Loudspeaker Radiation: BEM Acoustics Tutorial

Application ID: 59271

In this tutorial, the acoustic radiation pattern from a small generic loudspeaker is analyzed using the boundary element method (BEM). The loudspeaker is located on a small table above the floor and at a given distance from a wall. The model is set up using the Pressure Acoustics, Boundary Elements physics interface of the Acoustics Module.

The model shows the basics of setting up such an exterior radiation model with BEM as well as common postprocessing.

View more details in this related blog post: "How to Use the Boundary Element Method in Acoustics Modeling"

This model example illustrates applications of this type that would nominally be built using the following products: