An error sensing strategy is described for active structural acoustic control based on acoustic radiation modes, and an error analysis method for interferometric testing is presented.
What does ACCON stand for?
ACCON stands for Acoustic Control
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of ACCON
- Alpha Childcare and Community Development Organization (Uganda)
- Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Organization International (San Diego, CA)
- Access Overload Class
- Access Overload Control (UK telecommunications)
- Army Communications Command (St. Louis, MO)
- Abortion & Contraception Clinic of Nebraska (Bellevue, NE)
- acoustic condition
- Author, Consumer, and Computer Owner Protection and Security Act of 2003 (proposed legislation)
- Army COMSEC Central Office of Record
- Articulatory-Acoustic Correlations in Coarticulatory Processes
- Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes (clinical trial)
- ACTS (Advanced Communications Technology and Services) Broad-Band Communications Joint Trials and Demonstrations
- Administration and Control of Contracting and Regional Data
- African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes
- Application Coordonnée de Comptabilisation, d'Ordonnancement et de Règlement de la Dépense de l'Etat (French: Coordinated Implementation of Accounting, Scheduling and Regulations of State Expenditures)
- Arms Control Community On-Line Repository of Treaty Data
- ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and China Cooperative Operations in Response to Dangerous Drugs
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In ultrasonic mode, the Adaptive Control and Acoustic Control monitors the machining action and adjusts the feed and spindle speeds to maintain accuracies at the desired levels.
Elevations are treated separately: the southern double-glazed facade proves a strong transparent face to the street, with appropriate solar and acoustic control.
A system of vertically dropping banners covers six of the 10 wall surfaces allowing acoustic control for the amplified music events.
To maximize success under LEED, owners, developers and their design teams must address multiple issues such as natural ventilation, polluted outdoor-air locations, air-distribution effectiveness, heat recovery/energy savings, humidity control and acoustic control.