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Acoustic-Wave Hearing Model, The Initial Stage-C:Hydroacoustics of the Inner Ear (Sound Field Formation in the Cochlea)

Acoustic-Wave Hearing Model, The Initial Stage-C: Hydroacoustics of the Inner Ear (Sound Field Formation in the Cochlea)

The auditory effect (hearing) is determined by the information coming into the brain from the peripheral part of the auditory analyzer. The signals (nerve impulses) are triggered by the receptors of Corti organ-hair cells .Being secondary structures the receptors themselves create the generator potential due to their interaction with the tectorial membrane and being distant they take sound energy in the cochlea experiencing multiple conversions. The article analyzes theformation ofthe sound fieldon the initial stage(in perilymphaticand the middlescaleof cochlea.

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