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Auralization of streamline vorticity in computational fluid dynamics data

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2 Author(s)
C. R. Volpe ; GE Corp. Res. & Dev., Schenectady, NY, USA ; E. P. Glinert

Presents a new method for auralization of the vorticity of a streamline in a vector field. This technique involves using a composite tone formed by superimposing sine waves of various amplitudes whose frequency and amplitude vary in such a way as to give the perception that the resulting sound increases or decreases endlessly in pitch without ever extending beyond the listener's range of audible frequencies. Continuous clockwise or counterclockwise rotations of a streamline resulting from vorticity can then be displayed aurally as an apparently continuous increase or decrease in pitch.

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Visualization '97., Proceedings

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24-24 Oct. 1997