Publication list, J Woodhouse

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1. Toward a psychoacoustically realistic violin physics. 
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  Catgut Acoustical Society Newsletter
22, 18-19 (1974).
2. New results on the bowed string. 
    M. E. McIntyre, R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse.  Catgut Acoustical Society Newletter
28, 27-31 (1977).
3. The influence of geometry on linear damping.  PDF (1.2MB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  Acustica
39, 209-224 (1978).
4. The acoustics of stringed musical instruments.  PDF (1.6MB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
3, 157-173 (1978).
5. On the fundamentals of bowed-string dynamics.  PDF (1.3MB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  Acustica
43, 93-108 (1979).
6. An approach to the theoretical background to Statistical Energy Analysis applied to structural vibration.  PDF (1.4MB)
    J. Woodhouse.  J. Acoustical Society of America
69, 1695-1709 (1981).
7. An introduction to Statistical Energy Analysis of structural vibration. 
PDF (776kB)
    J. Woodhouse.  Applied Acoustics 14, 455-469 (1981). 
8. Aperiodicity in bowed-string motion.  PDF (1.7MB)
    M. E. McIntyre, R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse.  Acustica
49, 13-32 (1981).
9. The bowed string.  M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse. 
    Musical Instrument Technology
4 30-37 (1981).
10. Aperiodicity in bowed-string motion: on the differential slipping mechanism. 
    M. E. McIntyre, R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse.  Acustica
50, 294-295 (1982).
11. Vibration isolation from irregularity in a nearly-periodic structure: theory and measurements.  PDF (1MB)
    C. H. Hodges and J. Woodhouse.  J. Acoustical Society of America
74, 894-905 (1983).
12. On recognising violins: starting transients and the precedence effect. 
    J. Woodhouse.  Catgut Acoustical Society Newsletter
39 22-24 (1983).
13. On the oscillations of musical instruments.  PDF (2.2MB)
    M. E. McIntyre, R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse.  J. Acoustical Society of America
74 1325-1345 (1983).
14. A parametric study of the bowed string: the violinist's menagerie. 
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  J. Catgut Acoustical Society
42 18-21 (1984).
15. On measuring wood properties, Part 1.  PDF (820kB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  J. Catgut Acoustical Society
42 11-15 (1984).
16. On measuring wood properties, Part 2.  PDF (1.1MB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  J. Catgut Acoustical Society
43 18-24 (1985).
17. The use of the sonogram in structural acoustics and an application to the vibrations of cylindrical shells.  PDF (1MB)
    C. H. Hodges, J. Power and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound and Vibration
101 203-218 (1985).
18. The low frequency vibration of a ribbed cylinder, Part 1: theory.  PDF (880kB)
    C. H. Hodges, J. Power and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound and Vibration
101 219-235 (1985).
19. The low frequency vibration of a ribbed cylinder, Part 2: observations and interpretation.  PDF (1.2MB)
    C. H. Hodges, J. Power and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound and Vibration
101 237-256 (1985).
20. On measuring wood properties, Part 3.  PDF (1.2MB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  J. Catgut Acoustical Society
45 14-23(1986).
21. Theories of noise and vibration transmission in complex structures.  PDF (4.7MB)
    C. H. Hodges and J. Woodhouse.  Reports on Progress in Physics
49 107-170 (1986).
22. Friction and the bowed string.  PDF (570kB)
    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  Wear
113  175-182 (1986).
23. Measurement of coupling loss factors by matrix fitting: an investigation of numerical procedures.  PDF (1.1MB)
    C. H. Hodges, P. Nash and J. Woodhouse.  Applied Acoustics
22 47–69 (1987).
24. On measuring the elastic and damping constants of orthotropic sheet materials.     PDF (2.4MB)

    M. E. McIntyre and J. Woodhouse.  Acta Metallurgica 36, 1397–1416 (1988).

25. Microscopy of wood finishes. 
    C. Y. Barlow and J. Woodhouse.  J. Catgut Acoustical Society
, Series II, 1, 1–15 (1988).
26. Confinement of vibration by one-dimensional disorder: theory of ensemble averaging.  PDF (1.3MB)
    C. H. Hodges and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound and Vibration
130, 237–251 (1989).
27. Confinement of vibration by one-dimensional disorder: a numerical experiment on different ensemble averages.  PDF (1.2MB)
    C. H. Hodges and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound and Vibration
130 253–268 (1989).
28. Firm ground?  Old ground layers under the microscope, Parts 1 and 2. 
    C. Y. Barlow and J. Woodhouse.  The Strad
, March and April 1989.
29. Of old wood and varnish: peering into the can of worms.  PDF (3.5MB)
    C. Y. Barlow and J. Woodhouse.  J. Catgut Acoustical Society
Series II, 1, 4, 2–9 (1989).
30. Bordered pits in spruce from old Italian violins.  PDF (1MB)
    C. Y. Barlow and J. Woodhouse.  Journal of Microscopy
  160 203–211 (1990). 
    Also reproduced in The Strad
, 102, 234–239 (1991), under the title "Was old Italian spruce soaked?".
31. Tuning forks and train wheels, squealing brakes and violins: vibration in many guises. 
    Chapter 9, pp. 202–222, New applications of mathematics
, ed. Christine Bondi, Penguin Books (1991).
32. Vibration of an elastic strip with varying curvature.  PDF (4.3MB)
    J. F. M. Scott and J. Woodhouse.  Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London
A339, 587–625 (1992).
33. Probing the playability of violins by supercomputer. 
    R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse.  SIAM News
25, 5 (1992).
34. Micromechanics of permanent deformation in softwood. PDF (700kB)
     C. Y. Barlow and J. Woodhouse.  Proc. 13th Riso Symposium on Materials Science
, 213–219 (1992).
35. Physical modelling of bowed strings. 
    J. Woodhouse.  Computer Music Journal
16, 4, 43–56 (1992).
36. On the playability of violins: Part 1 Reflection functions.  PDF (930kB)
    J. Woodhouse. Acustica
78, 125–136 (1993).
37. On the playability of violins: Part 2 Minimum bow force and transients.  PDF (1.3MB)
    J. Woodhouse. Acustica
78, 137–153 (1993).
38. Idealised models of a bowed string.   PDF (1.3MB)
    J. Woodhouse.  Acustica
79, 233–250 (1993).
39. On the stability of bowed string motion.   PDF (1.3MB)
    J. Woodhouse.  Acustica
80, 58–72 (1994).
40. The influence of cell geometry on the elasticity of softwood.  PDF (900kB)
    E. Kahle and J. Woodhouse.  J. Mater. Sci
. 29, 1250–1259 (1994).
41. Vibration transmission through symmetric resonant couplings.  PDF (1.7MB)
    D J Allwright, M Blakemore, P R Brazier-Smith and J Woodhouse. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. London
  A346, 511–524 (1994). 
    Reprinted in Statistical energy analysis: an overview with applications in structural dynamics

    Ed. A. J. Keane and W. G. Price, Cambridge Univ. Press (1997).
42. Influence of a bow of finite width on bowed string motion: numerical modelling and experimental evidence. 
    R Pitteroff and J Woodhouse.  Journal de Physique IV, suppl_(c)ment au Journal de Physique III
, 4, C5-605–608 (1994).
43. Computer modelling of violin playing.  PDF (1.7MB)
    R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse.   Contemporary Physics
36, 79–92 (1995).
44. The transient behaviour of models of bowed-string motion.  PDF (1.4MB)
    R. T. Schumacher and J. Woodhouse. Chaos
5 ,509-523 (1995).
45. Self-sustained musical oscillators. 
    J. Woodhouse.  Chapter for Mechanics of Musical Instruments
(CISM lecture series, Springer Verlag 1996)
46. Investigation of damping effects on statistical energy analysis of coupled structures.  PDF (260kB)
    F. F. Yap and J. Woodhouse,  J. Sound Vib.
197, 351–371 (1996).
47. Stringed instruments: bowed. 
    J. Woodhouse.  Encyclopaedia of Acoustics
, Ed. M. J. Crocker, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 4, §131, 1619–1626 (1997).
[Many of the preceding articles relating to violins were reprinted in the two volumes of Research Papers in Violin Acoustics 1975–1993
,
   ed. C. M. Hutchins, Acoustical Society of America/American Institute of Physics (1997).]
48. Wheel-rail dynamics with closely conformal contact, Part I: dynamic modelling and stability analysis.  PDF (500kB)
    A. Bhaskar, K.L. Johnson, G. D. Wood and J. Woodhouse. Proc. I. Mech. E: J. Rail and Rapid Transit
  211 11–26 (1997).
49. Wheel-rail dynamics with closely conformal contact, Part II: forced response, results and conclusions.  PDF (700kB)
    A. Bhaskar, K.L. Johnson and J. Woodhouse.  Proc. I. Mech. E.: J. Rail and Rapid Transit
   211  27–40 (1997).
50. An investigation into robust force control through a constrained flexible beam.
     G D Wood and J Woodhouse.  Int. J. Control
   68  539–578 (1997).
51. Using laminate theory to predict vibration damping.  PDF (800kB)
    J. P. Talbot and J. Woodhouse.  Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing
  28A 1007–1012 (1997).
52. Mechanics of the contact area between a violin bow and a string Part I: reflection and transmission behaviour.  PDF (1.8MB)
    R Pitteroff and J Woodhouse. Acustica/Acta Acustica
  84  543–562 (1998).
53. Mechanics of the contact area between a violin bow and a string Part II: simulating the bowed string.  PDF (1.1MB)
    R Pitteroff and J Woodhouse.  Acustica/Acta Acustica
   84  744–757 (1998).
54. Mechanics of the contact area between a violin bow and a string Part III: parameter dependence.  PDF (1.4MB)
    R Pitteroff and J Woodhouse.  Acustica/Acta Acustica
   84  929–946 (1998).
55. Stick-slip motion in the Atomic Force Microscope.  PDF (400kB)
    K. L. Johnson and J. Woodhouse.  Tribology Letters
  5  155–160 (1998).
56. Linear damping models for structural vibration.  PDF (280kB)
    J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib.
  215 547–569 (1998).
57. The acoustics of “A0–B0 mode matching” in the violin.  PDF (850kB)
    J. Woodhouse.    Acustica/Acta Acustica
   84  947–956 (1998).
58. Power-flow analysis of quasi-one-dimensional systems with distributed coupling. 
    M. Blakemore and J. Woodhouse.  Proceedings, IUTAM symposium on Statistical Energy Analysis

    Ed. F.J. Fahy and W.G. Price, Kluwer, Dordrecht (1999)
59. Statistical power-flow analysis of an  imperfect ribbed cylinder.   PDF (220kB)
    M. Blakemore J. Woodhouse  and D. J. W. Hardie.   J. Sound Vib.
  222 813–832 (1999).
60. The torsional behaviour of cello strings.   PDF (690kB)
    J. Woodhouse and A. R. Loach.  Acustica/Acta Acustica
  85 734–740 (1999).
61. Acoustics, Bowed instruments, Bowing; Strings, Acoustics; Microscopic musical instruments. 
    Entries for New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
(2000).
62. The tribology of rosin.  PDF (1.2MB)
    J. H. Smith and J. Woodhouse.   J. Mech. Phys. Solids
48 1633–1681 (2000).
63. Reconstruction of bowing point friction force in a bowed string.  PDF (330kB)
    J. Woodhouse, R. T. Schumacher and S. Garoff.    J. Acoust. Soc. Amer
108 357–368 (2000).
64. Space-time visualization of vibration of a ribbed cylinder.   PDF (650kB)
    J. Woodhouse and J. Power. Proc. I. Mech. E. Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci.
214 1259–1271 (2000).
65. Identification of damping: Part 1: Viscous damping.  PDF (500kB)
    S Adhikari and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib
. 243 43–61 (2001)
66. Identification of damping: Part 2: Non-viscous damping.  PDF (580kB)
    S Adhikari and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib.
  243 63–88 (2001)
67. Identification of damping: Part 3: Symmetry-preserving methods.  PDF (340kB)
    S Adhikari and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib
. 251, 477–490 (2001)
68. Identification of damping: Part 4: Error analysis.  PDF (350kB)
    S Adhikari and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib.
  251, 491–504 (2001)
69. Body vibration of the violin — what can a maker expect to control?  PDF (90kB)
    J Woodhouse J. Catgut Acoust. Soc.
Series II, 4, 5, 43–49 (2002)
70. Quantification of non-viscous damping in discrete linear systems.  PDF (450kB)
    S Adhikari and J. Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib
. 260 499–518 (2003).
71. Bowed string simulation using a thermal friction model.  PDF (1.2MB)
    J. Woodhouse.  Acustica – Acta Acustica
89  355–368 (2003).
72. Instability of systems with a frictional point contact: Part 1, basic modelling.  PDF (1.1MB)
    P Duffour and J Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib.
271 365–390 (2004)
73. Instability of systems with a frictional point contact: Part 2, model extensions.  PDF (350kB)
    P Duffour and J Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib
. 271 391–410 (2004)
74. The bowed string as we know it today.  PDF (420kB)
    J. Woodhouse and P.M. Galluzzo.  Acustica – Acta Acustica
90 579–589 (2004).
75. On the synthesis of guitar plucks.  PDF (820kB)
    J. Woodhouse.  Acustica – Acta Acustica
90, 928–944 (2004).
76. Plucked guitar transients: comparison of measurements and synthesis.  PDF (3.2MB)  Errata
    J. Woodhouse. Acustica – Acta Acustica
90, 945–965 (2004).
77. Why is the violin so hard to play?  
    J. Woodhouse and PM Galluzzo.  Plus
31 October 2004,
    http://plus.maths.org/issue31/features/woodhouse/index.html 
78. On the "bridge hill" of the violin.  PDF (780kB)  Errata
    J. Woodhouse. Acustica – Acta Acustica
91, 155–165 (2005).

79. Probing the physics of slip-stick friction using a bowed string.  PDF (1.2MB)

    R.T. Schumacher, S. Garoff and J. Woodhouse.  J. Adhesion 81, 723–750 (2005).

80. Sound transmission through lightweight double-leaf partitions: theoretical modelling.  PDF (1.2MB)

    J. Wang, T. J. Lu, J. Woodhouse, R. S. Langley and J. Evans. J. Sound Vib.  286, 817–847 (2005)
81. Wave propagation in two-dimensional periodic lattices.  PDF (1MB)
  A. Srikantha Phani,  J Woodhouse and N. A. Fleck.  J. Acoust. Soc. Amer
119 1995–2005 (2006)

82. Studies of the sensitivity of brake squeal.  PDF (660kB)
  T. Butlin and J. Woodhouse.   Applied Mechanics and Materials  5–6 473–479 (2006)

83. Viscous damping identification in linear vibration.  (PDF available on request)

  A. Srikantha Phani and J. Woodhouse. J. Sound Vib.  303, 475–500 (2007)

84. Instability of systems with a frictional point contact: Part 3, experimental tests.  (PDF available on request)

  P Duffour and J Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 304 186–200 (2007)

85. Measurement of the elastic modulus of paperboard from the low-frequency vibration modes of rectangular plates. 

  J. Sato, I.M. Hutchings and J Woodhouse.  Japan TAPPI J. 61 71–85 (2007)

86. Perceptual thresholds for detecting modifications applied to the acoustical properties of a violin.      (PDF available on request) 

  C Fritz, I Cross, BCJ Moore and J Woodhouse.  J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 122 3640–3650 (2007)

87. Determination of the dynamic elastic properties of paper and paperboard from the low-frequency vibration modes of rectangular plates.  PDF (280kB)

  J. Sato, I.M. Hutchings and J Woodhouse.  Appita J. 61 291–296 (2008)

88. Experimental identification of viscous damping in linear vibration.  (PDF available on request)

  A Srikantha Phani and J Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib.  319 832–849 (2008)

89. Sensitivity of friction-induced vibration in idealised systems. (PDF available on request)

 T Butlin and J Woodhouse. J. Sound Vib. 319   182-198  (2009).

90. Further studies of the accuracy of clamp-on transit-time ultrasonic flowmeters for liquids.  (PDF available on request)

  D V Mahadeva, R C Baker and J Woodhouse.  IEEE Trans. on Instrumentation and Measurement.  58 1602–1609 (2009)

91. Sensitivity studies of friction-induced vibration.  PDF (1.4MB)

  T Butlin and J Woodhouse.  Int. J. Vehicle Design  51 238–257 (2009)

92.  Enhancing parametric sensitivity in electrically coupled MEMS resonators. (PDF available on request)

  P Thiruvenkatanathan, J Yan, J Woodhouse and A A Seshia.  J. Microelectromechanical Systems 18 1077–1086 (2009)

93.  Friction-induced vibration: Should low-order models be believed? (PDF available on request)

  T Butlin and J Woodhouse. J. Sound Vib. 328 92-108   (2009)

94.  Ultrasensitive mode-localized mass sensors with electrically tunable parametric sensitivity (PDF available on request)

  P. Thiruvenkatanathan, J. Yan, J. Woodhouse, A. Aziz and A. A. Seshia.   Applied Physics Letters 96, 081913, (2010).

95.  Perceptual studies of violin body damping and vibrato (PDF available on request)

  C Fritz, J Woodhouse, F P H Cheng, I Cross, A F Blackwell and B C J Moore. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 127 513-524 (2010)

96.  Friction-induced vibration: Quantifying sensitivity and uncertainty (PDF available on request)

  T Butlin and J Woodhouse.  J. Sound Vib. 329 509-526 (2010)

97.  What makes an object into a musical instrument?

J. WoodhousePlus 3 February 2011, http://plus.maths.org/content/what-makes-object-musical

98.  Manipulating vibration energy confinement in electrically coupled microelectromechanical resonator arrays. (PDF available on request)

  P. Thiruvenkatanathan, J. Woodhouse, J. Yan and A. A. Seshia.   J. Microelectromechanical systems 20, 157–164, (2011).  DOI 10.1109/JMEMS.2010.2090501

99.  The frequency response of dynamic friction: a new view of sliding interfaces (PDF available on request)

  S. K. Wang and J. Woodhouse.   J. Mech. Phys. Solids 59, 1020–1036, (2011).  DOI 10.1016/j.jmps.2011.02.005

100.  Limits to mode-localized sensing using micro- and nanomechanical resonator arrays.  PDF (1.3 MB)

  P. Thiruvenkatanathan, J. Woodhouse, J. Yan and A. A. Seshia.   J. App. Phys. 109, 104903-1–11, (2011).  DOI: 10.1063/1.3590143

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101.  The frequency response of dynamic friction: model comparisons (PDF available on request)

  J. Woodhouse and S. K. Wang.   J. Mech. Phys. Solids 59, 2294–2306, (2011).  DOI 10.1016/j.jmps.2011.08.006

102.  A systematic experimental study of squeal initiation (PDF available on request)

  T Butlin and J Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 330, 5077-5095, (2011).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2011.05.018

103.  Sound radiation from point-excited structures: Comparison of plate and sphere (PDF available on request)

  Wonjae Choi, J. Woodhouse and R. S. Langley.   J. Sound Vib. 331, 2156-2172, (2012).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2011.12.026

104.  Perceptual thresholds for acoustical guitar models (PDF available on request)

  J. Woodhouse, E.K.Y. Manuel, L.A. Smith and C. Fritz.   Acta Acustica united with Acustica 98, 475-486, (2012).  DOI 10.3813/AAA.918531

105.  Exploring violin sound quality: Investigating English timbre descriptors and correlating resynthesized acoustical modifications with perceptual properties (PDF available on request)

  C. Fritz, A.F. Blackwell, I. Cross, J. Woodhouse and B.C.J. Moore.   J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 131, 783-794, (2012).  DOI 10.1121/1.3651790

106.  Interpreting the input admittance of violins and guitars (PDF available on request)

  J. Woodhouse and R. S. Langley.   Acta Acustica united with Acustica 98, 611-628, (2012).  DOI 10.3813/AAA.918542

107.  Physical consequences of a nonparametric uncertainty model in structural dynamics (PDF available on request)

  J. Legault, R. S. Langley and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 331, 5469-5487, (2012).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2012.07.017

108.  Boundary effects on the vibration statistics of a random plate (PDF available on request)

  W. Choi, R. S. Langley and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 332, 850-866, (2013).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2012.09.029

109.  The dynamics of a ringing church bell

  J. Woodhouse, J. C. Rene, C. S. Hall, L. T. W. Smith, F. H. King and J. W. McClenahan.   Advances in Acoustics and Vibration Article ID 681787,

  19 pages, (2012).  DOI 10.1155/2012/681787

  The article may be found at http://www.hindawi.com/journals/aav/2012/681787/

110.  Shock transmission in a coupled beam system (PDF available on request)

  K. Vijayan and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 332, 3681-3695, (2013).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2013.02.024

111.  On the applicability of the lognormal distribution in random dynamical systems (PDF available on request)

  R. S. Langley, J. Legault, J. Woodhouse and E. Reynders.   J. Sound Vib. 332, 3289-3302, (2013).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2012.12.041

112.  Friction-induced vibration: Model development and comparison with large-scale experimental tests (PDF available on request)

  T. Butlin and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 332, 5302-5321, (2013).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2013.04.045

113.  Transient response of structures with uncertain properties to nonlinear shock loading (PDF available on request)

  M. Caresta, R. S. Langley and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 332, 5821-5836, (2013).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2013.06.014

114.  Sound radiation from point-driven shell structures (PDF available on request)

  C. M. Lynch, J. Woodhouse and R. S. Langley.   J. Sound Vib. 332, 7089-7098, (2013).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2013.08.044

115.  Modeling nonlinearities in MEMS oscillators (PDF available on request)

  D. K. Agrawal, J. Woodhouse and A. A. Seshia.   IEEE Trans. Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control 60, 1646-1659, (2013). 

  DOI 10.1109/TUFFC.2013.2747

116.  Shock amplification, curve veering and the role of damping (PDF available on request)

  K. Vijayan and J. Woodhouse.   J. Sound Vib. 333, 1379-1389, (2014).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2013.10.037

117.  High-performance bowing machine tests of bowed-string transients (PDF available on request)

  P.M. Galluzzo and J. Woodhouse.   Acta Acustica united with Acustica 100, 139-153, (2014).  DOI 10.3813/AAA.918694

118.  Sound radiation from a vibrating plate with uncertainty (PDF available on request)

  W. Choi, J. Woodhouse and R.S. Langley.   J. Sound Vib. 333, 3966-3980, (2014).  DOI 10.1016/j.jsv.2014.03.018

119.  Characterization and deformation response of orthotropic fibre networks with auxetic out-of-plane behaviour (PDF available on request)

  S. Neelakantan, W. Bosbach, J. Woodhouse and A.E. Markaki.   Acta Materialia 66, 326-339, (2014).  DOI 10.1016/j.actamat.2013.11.020

 

Plus:
 An interview with me by Joseph Curtin in The Strad, Aug 2005, 44-48

 Video of a public lecture on violin design at McGill University in March 2010

 Podcast interview with me on violin physics with Markus Voelter, for Omega Tau

 A feature about the bowed-string research by Linda Day: "Analyzing the tribology of sound",
    Tribology and Lubrication Technology Jan 2007, 30–37

Notes for violin makers on acoustical measurements, with Evan Davis


Inch Kenneth booklet

 

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