This thesis has moved to Jonathan Kemp Thesis at
Please change your bookmark/reference to reflect this change as this site may be discontinued
next up previous contents
Next: Projecting the impedance matrix Up: Review of input impedance Previous: Review of input impedance   Contents

The radiation impedance matrix

From section 3.6 the radiation impedance matrix for a cylindrical pipe terminated in an infinite baffle is:
$\displaystyle Z_{nm} =
\frac{\rho c}{S}
\int\limits_0^{\frac{\pi}{2}} \sin{\phi}
D_n(\sin{\phi}) D_m(\sin{\phi}) d \phi$      
$\displaystyle + \frac{i\rho c}{S}
\int\limits_0^\infty \cosh{\xi}
D_n(\cosh{\xi}) D_m(\cosh{\xi}) d \xi$     (4.1)

D_n(\tau) = \frac{-\sqrt{2} \tau J_1(\tau k R)}
{(\frac{\gamma_n}{kR})^2 - \tau^2}.
\end{displaymath} (4.2)

Jonathan Kemp 2003-03-24