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Coherence length as a figure of merit in multireference near-field acoustical holographya)
a)Portions of this work were presented at the 157th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Portland, Oregon and at Inter-Noise 2009 in Ottawa, Canada.
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2012-08-09
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Abstract

Multireference partial field decomposition (PFD) can be used to generate coherent holograms for near-field acoustical holography measurements. PFD is most successful when the reference array completely senses all independent subsources, but meeting this requirement is not straightforward when the number of subsources and their locations are ambiguous (such as in aeroacoustic sources). A figure of merit based on spatial coherence lengths, called references per coherence length (RPL C ), is a useful metric to guide inter-reference spacing in the array design. For numerical, extended, arbitrarily coherent sources one reference per coherence length results in a sufficient reference array.

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