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Acoustic Engineering Laboratory
at the
College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture


The Acoustics Laboratory, part of the Engineering Applications Center, is a professional acoustics facility which serves the educational needs of our students, research needs of faculty, and consultation needs of businesses and organizations throughout the United States.

Facilities:
Our new Lab features the Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation Anechoic Chamber (dedicated October 2010), and a Reverberation Room. Both are Eckel Chambers and have 100 Hz third-octave low frequency cutoffs. Equipment includes Brüel & Kjær Pulse spectral measurement systems, Dual–Channel FFT and 1/24 octave spectrum analyzers, portable sound level meters, impedance tube, community noise monitoring equipment, vibration & modal analysis equipment, and room acoustics & auralization simulation software. Students work on real–life acoustics application projects coordinated with sponsors from across the USA.

Industry and Organizations:
Whom has the Acoustics Lab done projects with? ...updated 2014
 

Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation Anechoic Chamber

Reverberation Room

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