An Investigation of Loudspeaker Simulation Efficiency and Accuracy Using i) A Conventional Model, ii) The Near-To-Far-Field Transformation and iii) The Rayleigh Integral
R. Christensen, U. Skov
 iCapture ApS, Roskilde, Denmark
Simulation on loudspeaker drivers require a conventional fully coupled vibro-acoustic model to capture all effect. An accurate vibroacoustic model can be time-consuming to solve, especially in 3D. In practical applications, this results in poor efficiency concerning the decision-making process to move on to the next simulation model. To overcome this the loudspeaker designer can use either the ...
Influence of Thermal Conductivity and Plasma Pressure on Temperature Distribution and Acoustical Eigenfrequencies of High-Intensity Discharge Lamps
J. Schwieger, B. Baumann, M. Wolff, F. Manders, J. Suijker
Heinrich-Blasius-Institute of Physical Technologies, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Hamburg, Germany
Philips Lighting, Turnhout, Belgium
High-intensity discharge (HID) lamps are energy-efficient light sources with excellent color qualities. A three-dimensional model of a low-wattage lamp, which includes plasma, electrodes, and burner walls, was developed in COMSOL Multiphysics®. Most parameters appearing in the coupled differential equations of the model, such as viscosity, thermal and electrical conductivity are ...
T. Kaufmann, F. Kassubek, D. Pape , M. Lenner
ABB Corporate Research, Baden-Dättwil, Switzerland
Lamb waves are elastic waves propagating in free solid plates. In the case of plates loaded with a fluid, the equations describing these waves have to be modified to include the effects of the fluid. In our work we have tackled this problem using COMSOL Multiphysics®. We have used the two-dimensional plane strain model of the solid mechanics interface to calculate the eigenmodes of the coupled ...
Multiphysics Modelling of Sound Absorption in Rigid Porous Media Based on Periodic Representations of Their Microstructural Geometry
Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Sound absorption in porous materials with rigid frame and open porosity can be very effectively estimated by applying the Johnson-Allard model in order to substitute a porous medium with an equivalent effective fluid and then utilise the Helmholtz equation for time-harmonic acoustics. The model uses several parameters which characterize the micro-geometry of porous material from the macroscopic ...
N. Alcheikh, C. Ayela, I. Dufour
Univ. Bordeaux, IMS Lab, Pessac, France.
Electrostrictive polymers have been of significant interest over the last years for energy harvesting. Principle is based on the conversion of a mechanical deformation into electricity. The stored energy basically depends on the mechanical strain induced into an electrostrictive polymer by the mechanical resonant vibration of a microcantilever supporting the electrostrictive layer. In this work, ...
Surface Acoustic Wave Scattering Matrix Evaluation Using COMSOL Multiphysics®: Application to Surface Acoustic Wave Transmission Through 2D Surface Phononic Crystal
S. Yankin[1,2], A. Talbi, V. Preobrazhensky[1,3], P. Pernod, O. Bou Matar, A. Pavlova
 Joint International Laboratory LICS/LEMAC, IEMN UMR CNRS 8520, EC Lille, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France
 Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia
 Wave Research Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
This contribution is dedicated to numerical analysis of SAW propagation though 2D surface phononic crystal (PnC) and FE method is nowadays one of most common tool for such calculation. The device under investigation consists of two dispersive IDT and lattice of ferromagnetic pillars realized on 128°YX LiNbO3. In addition to dispersion curves calculations this work describes the results of ...
J. Soons[1,2], C. Steele, S. Puria
Lab of Biomedical physics, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Sound vibrations are collected from the external environment by the eardrum and are guided to the basilar membrane in the cochlea. Pressure differences in the two scalae of the cochlea result in a traveling wave on the basilar membrane. The tiny displacements are detected by the deflection of thousands of hair cells, situated along this membrane. It is hypothesized that some 3/4 of these hair ...
Anumeha Dwivedi, Dr. R. Dey
BITS Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Goa, India
Associate Professor, BITS Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Goa, India
Adulteration of automobile fuels, especially petrol and diesel is a rampant malpractice in India. With the rising prices of fuel and the subsidy on kerosene, getting away with even 10-15% adulteration is immensely profitable.To check adulteration effectively, it is necessary to monitor the fuel quality at the distribution point itself. The equipment for this purpose should be handy and the ...
Rakesh Kumar Pati , SK Mohammed ali, Sakuntala Mahapatra, Millee Panigrahi
MEMS Design Centre, Dept. of ETC, Trident Academy of Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Despite of the existing successful clinical applications, however, the interaction, i.e. artificial sensing, between the robot and the patient is still very limited. With the help of various cameras, vision is almost the only feeling that a robot can have. In order to imitate the human skin, various signals e.g., the strength of pressure, change of strength, speed and acceleration should be ...