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Acoustics: Sound Fields, Transducers and Vibration, 2nd Edition by Tim Mellow, Leo Beranek

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References

[1] An authoritative discussion of horn loudspeakers is found in H, F Olson.  Elements of acoustical engineering . 2nd ed. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc.; 1947 [Chap. VII].

[2] Geddes E.R, Lee L.W.  Audio transducers . Michigan: GedLee; 2002:126–163.

[3] Freehafer J.E. The acoustical impedance of an infinite hyperbolic horn J Acoust Soc Am . 1940;11:467–476.

[4] Abramowitz M, Stegun I.A.  Handbook of mathematical functions . New York: Dover; 1964:721–769.

[5] Salmon V. Generalized plane wave horn theory J Acoust Soc Am . 1946;17(3):199–211.

[6] Martin P.A. On Webster's horn equation and some generalizations J Acoust Soc Am . 2004;116(3):1381–1388.

[7] Hélie T. Unidimensional models of acoustic propagation in axisymmetric ...

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