Cars & Driving
- noun the weight and space restrictions of modern cars call for sound absorption using thin-walled materials, whose thickness is small in relation to the wave length of the sound to be absorbed
- The process of dissipating sound energy.
- The measure of the absorptive ability of a material or object, expressed in sabins or metric sabins.
- sound energy which is retained or dissipated by a medium which has had sound waves pass though or strike it. Also called acoustic absorption.