ACOUSTIC MATERIALS AND METAMATERIALS 20 SEPTEMBER 2018 BIRMINGHAM

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ACOUSTIC MATERIALS AND METAMATERIALS 20 SEPTEMBER 2018 BIRMINGHAM

Post by Melanie.GarciaVillar on Mon Sep 10 2018, 12:22

Organised by the IOA Physical Acoustics Group, and co-sponsored by the recently established UK Acoustics Network; this meeting brings together many recognised specialists in acoustic materials and metamaterials from academia and industry. Delegates will be provided with a comprehensive programme of both theory and practice.  If you utilise, specify or carry out research into materials or their acoustic properties, then this meeting is intended to help the delegate to understand the terminology used for absorbing, scattering and the diffusing of sound. Application of these methods can lead to the minimising of unwanted noise and his well-balanced programme includes; general methods, and presentations that will focus in on various applications and recent case studies.

A POSTER SESSION will be conducted during break times, and we are delighted that Sonobex Ltd will be presenting a monetary prize for the best poster.

UKAN are subsidising 25 places for  Early Careers Researchers and Students, these places will be allocated on a first-come-first served basis

https://www.ioa.org.uk/civicrm/event/info%3Fid%3D361%26reset%3D1

08.30         Registration & Coffee

09.25         Welcome, Mike Swanwick, Rolls-Royce plc

09.30         Review of sound absorbing materials with nanopores,
Dr Olga Umnova, University of Salford

10.00         A review of measurement methods of sound absorption properties ‘in situ’, Dr Aglaia Foteinou, University of Wolverhampton

10.30         Macro- and micro-structure designs for broadband metaporous absorbers, Prof Keith Attenborough, Open University

11.00         Coffee

11.30         Sound absorbing materials and their acoustical properties,
Dr Haydar Aygun, London South Bank University

12.00         Acoustic materials Research - Gaps and future opportunities,
Prof Kirill Horoshenkov, Sheffield University

12.30         Lunch

1.30          An introduction to acoustic metamaterials - A state of art review,
Dr Daniel Elford, Sonobex

2.00          3D printing for acoustic performance,
Dr Arun Arjunan, University of Wolverhampton

2.30          Tea

3.00          Sound propagation near grazing incidence over periodically-rough surfaces, David Berry, University of Evora,  Portugal

3.30          Acoustic metasurfaces for acoustic control,
Prof Alastair Hibbins, Exeter University

4.00          Presentation to the Winner of the Poster Competition,
Dr Daniel Elford, Sonobex

4:10          Close, Mike Swanwick, Rolls-Royce plc

POSTERS
The design and experimental validation of acoustic metasurfaces with critically coupled resonators
Alexander J Dell, University of Sheffield

Tuning wave dispersion in one-dimensional granular crystals: sliding, rolling and torsion effects
Qicheng Zhang, University of Salford

Phononic band engineering for acoustic-magnetic tagging
Emily Glover, University of Exeter

Acoustic Performance of Aesthetic Micro-perforations on 3D Printed Titanium Panels.
Ahmed Latif, University of Wolverhampton.

Acoustic Metamaterials for Low Frequency Industrial Applications
Karol Bugaj, Sonobex Limited.

Broadband, slow sound on a glide-symmetric metasurface
J.G. Beadle, I.R. Hooper, J.R. Sambles & A.P. Hibbins, University of Exeter

Perforated plate metamaterial for absorption of airborne sound
T. A. Starkey, H. J. Rance, J. D. Smith, A. P. Hibbins & J. R. Sambles, University of Exeter

Experimental characterisation of radiative & bound acoustic modes supported by a compound grating
T. A. Starkey, J. G. Beadle, J. R. Sambles & A. P. Hibbins, University of Exeter


VENUE

The Arden Hotel Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull B92 0EH

We are a 10 minute walk to National Exhibition Centre (NEC) and Birmingham International Station;
1 mile by car
8 mile from Birmingham City Centre
250 parking spaces which are free of charge to all customers.

Caution Sat Nav users. We are within 1/2 mile of the NEC, Birmingham Airport and Junction 6 of the M42. In addition the Coventry Road is approximately
10 miles long with thousands of properties. Some systems inaccurately position our post code about a mile away from our actual location. If your
system does not include us as a “special location” you may be wise to use B92 0ED as your destination. This is the post code of the Esso Petrol
Station which adjoins our site. Once you are on the A45 and in the vicinity of the NEC and Airport, please be vigilant for our highway brown signs.

When
20 September 2018
Location
The Arden Hotel
Coventry Road
Bickenhill
Solihull, B92 0EH
United Kingdom

Melanie.GarciaVillar


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