Impedance Tube Parameter Estimation with Data Generation
Application ID: 71561
Impedance tubes are used for estimating the surface impedance of various samples, for example, a layer of porous material used for sound insulation. This model shows how the five material parameters of the Johnson-Champoux-Allard model can be estimated from the pressure at two measurement microphones. The model includes an initial study, which generates synthetic measurement data. Noise is added to the data before it is exported.
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- COMSOL Multiphysics® and
- Acoustics Module and
- either the Battery Design Module, Chemical Reaction Engineering Module, Nonlinear Structural Materials Module, Optimization Module, or Polymer Flow Module
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