Profession acoustical engineer
Acoustical engineers study and apply the science of sound to various applications. They work in a wide range of areas including the consultation of the acoustics and elements affecting the transmission of sound in spaces for performances or recording activities. They can also consult on the levels of noise contamination for those activities that require compliance with standards on that matter.
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The study of sound, its reflection, amplification and absorption in a space.
- Engineering principles
The engineering elements like functionality, replicability, and costs in relation to the design and how they are applied in the completion of engineering projects.
- Engineering processes
The systematic approach to the development and maintenance of engineering systems.
- Acoustical engineering
The engineering discipline that applies acoustics to design new technologies to reduce unwanted noise, to create applications of ultrasound, to improve the acoustics in concert halls, etc.
- Adjust engineering designs
Adjust designs of products or parts of products so that they meet requirements.
- Perform scientific research
Gain, correct or improve knowledge about phenomena by using scientific methods and techniques, based on empirical or measurable observations.
- Approve engineering design
Give consent to the finished engineering design to go over to the actual manufacturing and assembly of the product.
Optional knowledge and skillsphysics develop audio system designs advise architects develop product design operate audio-signal processors building codes audio editing software examine engineering principles use sound measuring instruments design transportation systems computer science ensure compliance with noise standards advise on building matters draft design specifications create software design electrical engineering design principles audio technology architecture regulations
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