Sound, Vibration & Acoustics Digest #3

Our latest selection of news and interesting stories from around the web. There’s definitely a motor sports theme to this edition of the digest, but with a bit of space flight thrown in for good measure.

And let’s not forget – the largest horn speaker in the UK!

F1 2014 Jerez Test - Interesting Ferrari Engine sound When Powering down - YouTube

Video: F1 2014 Jerez Test – Interesting Ferrari Engine sound When Powering downhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3hxI0IaAPkAn interesting sound made by the new 2014 F1 Ferrari. More reminiscent of a jet engine shutdown than a car engine.
Are formula 1 cars too quiet? | The Sound Blog

Are formula 1 cars too quiet? | The Sound Bloghttp://acousticengineering.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/are-formula-1-cars-too-quiet/An acoustic analysis of the changing sound of Formula 1 cars
Science Museum installation to feature 'UK's largest horn loudspeaker' | Pro Audio industry news | Audio Pro International

Science Museum installation to feature ‘UK’s largest horn loudspeaker’http://www.audioprointernational.com/news/read/science-museum-installation-to-feature-uk-s-largest-horn-loudspeaker/06937The largest horn loudspeaker in the UK will be the centrepiece of an installation at London’s Science Museum exploring “the quest for audio perfection.”
3D Acoustic Cloaking Device Hides Objects from Sound

3D Acoustic Cloaking Device Hides Objects from Soundhttp://nextbigfuture.com/2014/03/3d-acoustic-cloaking-device-hides.htmlUsing little more than a few perforated sheets of plastic and a staggering amount of number crunching, Duke engineers have demonstrated the world’s first three-dimensional…

Do you know what a Quindar tone is?

Do you know what a Quindar tone is?http://apollo17.ehartwell.com/MissionTranscriptCollection.htm#QuindarMuch of the information on this page was originally published on a NASA CD-ROM of the mission transcript scanning process. I’ve added additional information, diagrams and photos…
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Chris Mason

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Chris' passion for software, technology and innovation began in his teens with a diet of Sinclair ZX80's, Commodore Pets and early Apple products. Chris graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1983 and went on to have a career in software product development, software team management, web development, marketing and, now, general management. His other passions include bicycles, IoT, coffee, running, walking, cooking and supercharged Jags.

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