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Intelligent Structures for Low Noise Environments


Published: 8 September 2020

PhD research students Kristian Hook and Lawrence Singleton recently presented some of their work at ISMA-USD 2020, a biennial conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering held in Leuven.

Kristian presented ‘Feedback active control using an acoustic black hole’, which details the use of a feedback control architecture to simultaneously reduce taper vibration and reflection within an acoustic black hole and Lawrence presented ‘An adaptive electrodynamic metamaterial for robust absorption of vibration’, which proposes an adaptive tuning method to improve the performance and robustness of an electrodynamic metamaterial. Videos of each presentation can be viewed below.


ISMA-USD 2020 was moved to an electronic format due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

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