Thomas Moore, Ph.D., Publications

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Articles in Scientific Journals

Thomas R. Moore, Ashley E. Cannaday*, and Sarah A. Zietlow, “Imaging of vibrating objects using speckle subtraction,” Journal of the Optical Society of America A 27, 1863-1867 (2010). 

Thomas R. Moore, Daniel W. Zietlow*, Christopher W. Gorman*, Donald C. Griffin, Connor P. Balance, and David J. Parker*, “Transient motion of a circular plate after an impact,” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America - Express Letters 125, EL63-69  (2009).

Nicholas G. Horton* and Thomas R. Moore, “Modeling the magnetic pickup of an electric guitar,” American Journal of Physics 77, 144-150  (2009). 

Laurie A. Stephey* and Thomas R. Moore, “Experimental investigation of an American five-string banjo,” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124, 3276-3283 (2008). 

Thomas R. Moore and Jacob J. Skubal*, “Time-averaged electronic speckle pattern interferometry in the presence of ambient motion. Part I. Theory and experiments,” Applied Optics 47 , 4640-4648 (2008). 

R. Perrin, G.M. Swallowe, Sarah A. Zietlow, and Thomas R. Moore,  “The normal modes of cymbals,” Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics 30,  460-467 (2008).

Thomas R. Moore and Sarah A. Zietlow*, "Interferometric studies of a piano soundboard," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119, 1783-1793 (2006).

R. Perrin, G.M. Swallowe, Thomas R. Moore, and Sarah A. Zietlow*, "Normal modes of an 18 inch crash cymbal," Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, Spring 2006, Southampton, UK, 653-662 (2006).

Thomas R. Moore, Erin T. Shirley*, Isaac E. W. Codrey*, and Amy E. Daniels*, "The effects of bell vibrations on the sound of the modern trumpet," Acta Acustica, 91, 578-589 (2005).

Thomas R. Moore, "A simple design for an electronic speckle pattern interferometer," American Journal of Physics, 72, 1380-1384 (2004).

Bradley M. Deutsch*, Cherie L. Ramirez*, and Thomas R. Moore, "The dynamics and tuning of orchestral crotales," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 116, 2427-2433 (2004).

Bradley M. Deutsch*, Alexandra R. Robinson*, Richard J. Felce*, and Thomas R. Moore, "Non-degenerate normal-mode doublets in vibrating flat circular plates," American Journal of Physics, 72, 220-225 (2004).  

Thomas R. Moore, Erin T. Shirley* and Amy E. Daniels*,  "Trumpet bell vibrations and their effect on the sound of the instrument," Proceedings of the Stockholm Music Acoustics Conference 2003, Stockholm, Sweden, 213-215 (2003).

R. Perrin, B. Deutsch*, A. Robinson*, R. Flece*, T.R.  Moore and G.M. Swallowe, "Normal modes of the elephant bell," Proceedings of the Stockholm Music Acoustics Conference 2003, Stockholm, Sweden, 343-346 (2003).

Thomas R. Moore, "The effect of bell vibrations on the acoustic spectrum of the trumpet," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (4), 2315 (2003).

Thomas R. Moore, Joseph D. Kaplon*, Gregory D. McDowall* and Kristy A. Martin*, "Vibrational modes of modern trumpet bells," Journal of Sound and Vibration, 254, 777 (2002).

Timothy Pritchett, Gregory McIntyre*, James Smith*, Thomas R. Moore, and Bruce Oldaker, "Dependence of the gain in stimulated rotational Raman scattering in H2 on pump ellipticity," Journal of  Modern Optics 46, 949 (1999).

Thomas R. Moore, Rex L. Blair*, Anthony J. Megofna, Mark P. Riegner and Barry L. Shoop, "Holographic interferometers with photorefractive recording media," Applied Optics 37, 5176 (1998).

Thomas R. Moore, George L. Fischer, and Robert W. Boyd, "Measurement of the power distribution during stimulated Brillouin scattering with focused Gaussian beams," Journal of  Mododern Optics 45, 735 (1998).

Thomas R. Moore, Jonathan B. Redmond*, Steven J. Frederiksen*, George R. Gray, Ming W. Pan, and Peter Guernsey, "Thick optical films for use as interference filters," Surface and Coatings Technology 99, 60 (1998).

G. L. Fischer, R. W. Boyd, T. R. Moore, and J. Sipe, "Nonlinear-optical Christiansen filter as an optical power limiter," Opt. Lett. 21, 1643 (1996).

T. R. Moore and R. W. Boyd, "Three dimensional simulations of stimulated Brillouin scattering with focused Gaussian beams," The Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics and Materials 5, 387 (1996).

G. L. Fischer, T. R. Moore, and R. W. Boyd, "Enhancement of the uniformity and rotation of large aperture, permanent magnet, tunable Faraday rotators," Journal of Modern Optics 42, 1137 (1995).

H. Zhang, Z. Tang, T. R. Moore, and R. W. Boyd, "High-order diffraction in photorefractive SBN:Ce due to non-sinusoidal gratings formed by beams of comparable intensity," International Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics 2, 221 (1993).

T. R. Moore and R. W. Boyd, "Improvement of the photorefractive efficiency of BaTiO3 by g irradiation," Applied Physics Letters 61, 2015 (1992).

O. Kulagin, G. A. Pasmanik, A. L. Gaeta, T. R. Moore, G. J. Benecke, and R. W. Boyd, "Observation of Brillouin chaos with counterpropagating laser beams," Journal of the Optical Society of America B 8, 2155 (1991).

G. F. Albrecht, H. F. Robey, and T. R. Moore, "Optical technique for the measurement of turbulent spectra using the photorefractive properties of BaTiO3," Applied Physics Letters 57, 864 (1990).

A. V. Nowak, T. R. Moore, and R. A. Fisher, "Observations of internal beam production in barium titanate phase conjugators," Journal of the Optical Society of America B 5, 1864 (1988).

T. R. Moore and D. L. Walters, "Observations on centrosymmetric and asymmetric scattering in barium titanate," Journal of the Optical Society of America B 5, 1806 (1988).

 

Articles for non-scientists


Thomas R. Moore, "Modifying your mouthpiece: What really happens and why you shouldn't do it,"  International Trumpet Guild Journal 30 (4), 58 (2006).

Thomas R. Moore, "What causes the sizzle point?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 30 (3), 68 (2006).

Thomas R. Moore, "The science of the mouthpiece: what is and isn't known," International Trumpet Guild Journal 30 (2), 57 (2006).

Thomas R. Moore, "Why can't we make a perfectly tuned trumpet," International Trumpet Guild Journal 30 (1), 64 (2005).

Thomas R. Moore, "Some final thoughts on bell vibrations," International Trumpet Guild Journal 29 (4), 77 (2005).

Thomas R. Moore, "A close look at bell vibrations," International Trumpet Guild Journal 29 (3), 66 (2005).

Thomas R. Moore, "How loud is loud?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 29 (2), 54 (2005).

Thomas R. Moore, "The complicated phenomenon of buzzing lips," International Trumpet Guild Journal 29 (1), 67 (2004).

Thomas R. Moore, "Another look at cryogenics," International Trumpet Guild Journal 28 (4), 63 (2004).

Thomas R. Moore, "Can Mouthpiece Pressure Substitute for Embouchure Control?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 28 (3), 67 (2004).

Thomas R. Moore, "The vocabulary of response," International Trumpet Guild Journal 28 (2), 54 (2004).

Thomas R. Moore, "Is the trumpet bell open or closed?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 28 (1), 68 (2003).

Thomas R. Moore, "Where do the harmonics come from?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 27 (4), 66 (2003).

Thomas R. Moore, "How long is your B-flat trumpet?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 27 (3), 68 (2003).

Thomas R. Moore, "A comment on the importance of air flow," International Trumpet Guild Journal 27 (2), 53 (2003).

Thomas R. Moore, "What is impedance and why do we care?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 27 (1), 70 (2002).

Thomas R. Moore, "Does your body size really affect the pitch of your horn?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 26 (3), 51 (2002).

Thomas R. Moore, "A quick look at bell vibrations," International Trumpet Guild Journal 26 (1), 72 ( 2001).

Thomas R. Moore, "Playing without buzzing: fact or fiction?" International Trumpet Guild Journal 25 (4), 51 (2001).

Thomas R. Moore, "The effect of temperature on pitch," International Trumpet Guild Journal 25 (3), 62 (2001).  

 

Book Chapters


Thomas R. Moore, "Teaching through scholarship: Ten strategies for successful student-faculty collaborative research," in Fiat Lux: Teaching in Paradise, M. O'Sullivan, ed., Rollins, Winter Park, 2004.

I. J. Bigio, R. A. Fisher, T. R. Gosnell, N. A. Kurnit, T. R. Loree, T. R. Moore, A. V. Nowak, and D. E. Watkins, "New Developments in Optical Phase Conjugation," in Gas Flow and Chemical Lasers, S. Rosenwaks, ed., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1987.

 

Patents


"Optical monitor for observing turbulent flow," #5,121,985, June 16, 1992.