Definition of acoustic inertance
: the impeding effect of inertia upon the transmission of sound in a conduit, equal in a tubular conduit (as an organ pipe) to the mass of the vibrating medium divided by the square of the cross section : the acoustic analogue of alternating-current-circuit inductance —called also inertance
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