Loudspeaker Driver in 3D — Frequency-Domain Analysis
Application ID: 92351
This tutorial shows how to best solve full 3D vibro-electroacoustic multiphysics models of loudspeakers. The model is based on a 3D representation of the existing 2D axisymmetric Application Library model loudspeaker_driver found in the software. The setup of the physics is essentially the same in this 3D version as in the 2D axisymmetric version. In the 3D model an iterative solver suggestion is selected for the frequency domain analysis. This suggestion ensures that the coupled acoustic, structure, and electromagnetic problem is solved efficiently.
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