Understanding Active Noise Cancellation
CRC Press – 2001 – 176 pages
Understanding Active Noise Cancellation Provides a concise introduction to the fundamentals and applications of active control of vibration and sound for the non-expert. It is also a useful quick reference for the specialist engineer. The book emphasises the practical applications of technology, and complex control algorithms and structures are only discussed to the extent that they aid understanding. Extensive recommendations for further reading on the subject are provided, but the text will stand alone for those seeking an overview of the key issues: fundamentals, control systems, transducers, applications and possible future directions.
Chapter One: A Little History. Chapter Two: Foundations of Active control. Chapter Three: The Electronic Control system Chapter Four: Active Noise Control Sources. Chapter Five: Error Sensors. Chapter Six: Applications of Active Noise Control. Chapter Seven: Current and Future Directions, References. Useful Web-sites for more information.
Reader in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide, Australia