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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.

Our new Lab features the Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation (P.S.V.R.F.) Anechoic Chamber (dedicated October 2010), and a Reverberation Room (dedicated May 2014). 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

P.S.V.R.F. Anechoic Chamber

P.S.V.R.F. Reverberation Room

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