acoustic area

a·cous·tic ar·e·a

in the brain, the floor of the lateral recess of the fourth ventricle, extending medially to the limiting sulcus and overlying the cochlear and vestibular nuclei of the rhombencephalon.
Synonym(s): area acustica

acoustic area

A part of the brain that lies over the vestibular and cochlear nuclei.
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Also of interest is to compare the total mass and its components values at different models and their modifications due to hydrodynamic conditions in the acoustic area generated by the HDR under study.
If the energy density in a cavitation producing acoustic area is compared with the crashing cavitation bubble, it is seen that there is an approximately one trillion increase in the sound volume [20].
For example, in the male voice, German/y/reaches to a more forward acoustic area than English /u/, although it never gets as close to /i/ as does the French/y/.
The fayre will also have an acoustic area where visitors can bring an instrument, a talking corner where people can ask questions and discuss issues they are interested in, and a children's corner with familyfriendly activities.