Recent advances in computer power, numerical algorithms and signal processing techniques have allowed a number of advanced theoretical and numerical methods for acoustic porous media modelling and characterization to be developed. A majority of this research is for noise control applications or to predict sound propagation in highly heterogeneous porous materials and composite. As a result, this work has not been communicated sufficiently to researchers working in adjacent disciplines outside noise control. These disciplines include polymer extrusion, pharmaceutical and food industries, medical research, soils and underwater sediment characterisation.
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