Acoustics & Vibrations Blog Posts
How to Model Gearbox Vibration and Noise in COMSOL Multiphysics®
Compute the NVH, an important design consideration for automobiles, industrial machinery, and more, in a gearbox design using multibody analysis. Part 5 of a series on gear modeling.
Analyzing Hearing Aid Receivers with Lumped-Parameter Modeling
Modeling complete hearing aid systems is extremely computationally expensive. Enter lumped-parameter modeling, which enables you to couple a system component to a test setup for validation.
Using the Discontinuous Galerkin Method to Model Linear Ultrasound
You can easily model acoustically large problems, like linear ultrasound, with a predefined physics interface that uses a memory-efficient approach called the discontinuous Galerkin method.
Keynote Video: Solving 2 Transport Process Problems with Simulation
In a keynote presentation from the COMSOL Conference 2016 Boston, Carl Meinhart from the University of California, Santa Barbara and Numerical Design discusses simulating transport processes.
Keynote Video: Locating Leaks in Pipe Networks with a Simulation App
Sebastien Perrier of Echologics discusses a simulation application used to locate leaks in underground pipe networks in his keynote presentation at the COMSOL Conference 2016 Boston.
How to Model an Anechoic Coating
Modeling an anechoic coating involves finding the smallest unit cell, truncating the geometry, and analyzing the wave diffration. The COMSOL® software includes predefined interfaces to do so.
How to Use Acoustic Topology Optimization in Your Simulation Studies
Today, guest blogger René Christensen of GN Hearing discusses the importance of acoustic topology optimization and how to apply it in COMSOL Multiphysics. Topology optimization is a powerful tool that enables engineers to find optimal solutions to problems related to their applications. Here, we’ll take a closer look at topology optimization as it relates to acoustics and how we optimally distribute acoustic media to obtain a desired response. Several examples will further illustrate the potential of this optimization technique.
Optimizing a Tunable Organ Pipe for Ocean Acoustic Tomography
Ocean acoustic tomography systems measure temperature using an acoustic signal that travels between two instruments. These systems often need to cover a broad frequency band with low-frequency signals and require a high-power sound source. One option to achieve these goals is a tunable organ pipe, which balances efficiency and functionality. A researcher at the Advanced Technology Group, Teledyne Marine Systems used simulation to improve his tunable organ pipe design and compared the results to experimental tests.
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