Monthly Archives: November 2011

NAG Meeting 11-07-11

Tweet At this week’s NAG meeting, James Dougherty presented on his Master’s of Architectural Engineering project which involves computationally modeling the attenuation through elbows in ductwork using COMSOL.  He is comparing both square and radiused elbows, using 1″ and 2″ … Continue reading

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ASA Conference in San Diego, Fall 2011

Tweet At least seven members of the Nebraska Acoustics Group (NAG) attended the recent Acoustical Society of America conference in San Diego, from Oct. 31 – Nov. 4, 2011.  Three students from our program presented papers at the conference.  A … Continue reading

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Lauren Ronsse receives ASA Women in Acoustics Young Investigator Travel Award

Tweet Lauren Ronsse, a recent PhD graduate from our program, received one of two Young Investigator Travel Awards given by the Acoustical Society of America’s Women in Acoustics Committee, to present her paper “Impacts of Classroom Acoustics on Elementary Student … Continue reading

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2011 NCAC Travel Award to Caleb Sieck

Tweet Caleb Sieck, an MS student, has received one of the inaugural 2011 National Council of Acoustical Consultants (NCAC) Student Travel Awards, to present his paper “Modeling Treatments to Reduce Sound Transmission through an Open Window into a Room: Effect … Continue reading

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