Master of Science (MS)
Semester of Degree Completion
Douglas E. Brandt
This study was conducted to examine the properties of sound in relation to echolocation, specifically in relation to its use by humans. Through my thesis, objects of varying shape and size were subjected to a sound wave to determine details about the object from the reflected sound. The shapes' comparisons were conducted at varying distances, measuring the intensity of the returning sound wave at several frequencies. The results demonstrated a correlation between the intensity of the sound in regards to distances, area of the reflector, and the shape of the reflector.
Heller, Brandon M., "A Study of Acoustic Reflections to Determine the Location, Size, Shape, and Orientation of Reflecting Objects" (2017). Masters Theses. 2697.