General Course Information
|Course code||VTA141, course description|
|Lecture hall||Lecture room at TA|
|Exam||Written exam (see also detailed info below)|
The course starts on Aug. 29.
The course literature will be available for download as the course progresses.
- Lecture notes by Per Sjösten
- 0 Introduction
- 1 Electrical Circuits
- 2 Radiation
- 3 Loudspeakers
- 4 Microphones
- 5 Stereophony
- 6 Microphone Arrays
- 7 Loudspeaker Arrays
- 1 Electrical Circuits
- 1 Electrical Circuits Solutions
- 2 Analogies
- 2 Analogies Solutions
- 3 Radiation
- 3 Radiation Solutions
- 4 Loudspeakers
- 4 Loudspeakers Solutions
- 5 Microphones
- 5 Microphones Solutions
Suggested Further Reading
- Beranek and Mellow: Acoustics: Sound Fields and Transducers, Academic Press, 2012 (accessible with a Chalmers IP)
- Newell and Holland: Loudspeakers for Music Recording and Reproduction, Focal Press, 2007
- Kleiner: Electroacoustics, CRC Press, 2013
This is extra reading for those of you who are interested in loudspeaker design.
- Thiele – Vented boxes part I
- Thiele – Loudspeaker alignments
- Small – Vented box systems
- Small – Vented box systems part IV
- Stahl – Loudspeakers
NB: Equation and chapter numbers in the list of equations refer to Mendel Kleiner’s book: Audio Technology & Acoustics (same numbers in the Swedish edition).
A typical exam consists of 1–2 essay tasks and 4–5 problems (5–6 in total). Correct answers/solutions are awarded 5 points. A minimum of 12 points is required for a passing grade, as well as an approved lab report. The following aids are allowed at the test: Mathematical tables, electronic calculators without text memory and our list of equations for the course (without self-written notes).
The date of the regular exam will be announced.
Tools you are allowed to use during the exam:
Your favorite dictionary, should you need one.
Mathematical tables such as such as Beta, Standard Mathematical Tables, Physics Handbook, Tefyma
Electronic calculator without a text memory or with a cleared text memory
List of useful formulae for the present course: Useful Formulas for Electroacoustics
List of useful formulae for VTA136: ATA – Useful formulae (VTA136)
Note that no notes, except for corrections to errors, are allowed in any material which you bring to the exam.
Do not forget to specify all assumptions applied in your solutions to the problems, to motivate the steps undertaken, and to state the units whenever relevant!
The following document contains a set of knowledge questions that you may want to use as guidance: