Abstract

Diffraction phenomena in acoustic fields of ultrasonic frequency in air have been photographed by schlieren technique and by shadow methods employing a spark of extremely short duration. Variations of intensity in the field are observed in the immediate vicinity of apertures and obstacles as indicated by theoretical treatment of the problem in a more rigorous manner than that of Kirchhoff.

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  1. Sommerfeld, Math. Ann. 47, 317 (1896).
  2. Morse and Rubenstein, Phys. Rev. 54, 895 (1938).
  3. Andrews, Phys. Rev. 71, 777 (1947).
  4. Compare, e.g., Osterhammel, Akustische Zeits. 6, 73 (1941).
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  6. Beams, Kuhlthau, Lapsley, McQueen, Snoddy, and Whitehead, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 37, 868 (1947).
  7. Pohlmann, Naturwiss. 23, 511 (1935).

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Sommerfeld, Math. Ann. 47, 317 (1896).

Morse and Rubenstein, Phys. Rev. 54, 895 (1938).

Andrews, Phys. Rev. 71, 777 (1947).

Compare, e.g., Osterhammel, Akustische Zeits. 6, 73 (1941).

Alleman, Dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1938; Phys. Rev. 55, 87 (1939).

Beams, Kuhlthau, Lapsley, McQueen, Snoddy, and Whitehead, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 37, 868 (1947).

Pohlmann, Naturwiss. 23, 511 (1935).

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