Particle velocity probe

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A particle velocity probe is a probe capable of measuring the acoustic particle velocity.

The only particle velocity probe to date has been produced by Microflown Technologies and is called the Microflown.

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To model a tri-axial particle velocity probe's measurement of a source incident from the near field, see:

The tri-axial particle velocity probe's azimuth-elevation beam pattern:

A tri-axial particle velocity probe may be used to enhance speech reception in a video conferencing scenario: