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In this model, the acoustics of the Small Hall in the Konzerthaus Berlin is simulated with ray tracing. A full study of the room is performed in 1/3-octave bands with 10 pairs of source-receiver positions. The room acoustic parameters are derived from the calculated impulse responses, ... Read More
Flow over a cavity and the tonal noise generated is a typical flow noise source in piping systems that have valves and other cavities. This tutorial model represents a simple case of cavity flow noise in a ducted system. The model is set up based on an example from Lafon et al. The ... Read More
Angle beam ultrasonic units are used for nondestructive testing (NDT) of solid objects, such as metal pipes. They are especially useful for detecting flaws in and around welding areas, such as pores, small cracks, lack of fusion, etc. Angle beam NDT is often used where the straight beam ... Read More
Helmholtz resonators are used in exhaust systems, as they can attenuate a specific narrow frequency band. The presence of a flow in the system alters the acoustic properties of the resonator and the transmission loss of the subsystem. In this tutorial model, a Helmholtz resonator is ... Read More
Ultrasonic flowmeters determine the velocity of a fluid flowing through a pipe by sending an ultrasonic signal across the flow at a skew angle. When there is no flow, the transmitting time between the transmitter and the receiver is the same for the signals sent in the upstream and ... Read More
This example shows how to model a loudspeaker driver of the dynamic cone type, common for low and medium frequencies. The analysis is carried out in the frequency domain and thus represents the linear behavior of the driver. The model analysis includes the total electric impedance and ... Read More
This model presents a practical and efficient method to compute the sound transmission loss (STL) through a building component, specifically this example treats the case of a concrete wall. The method used here is valid as long as the component has little influence on the acoustic field ... Read More
A piezoelectric transducer can be used either to transform an electric current to an acoustic pressure field or, the opposite, to produce an electric current from an acoustic field. These devices are generally useful for applications that require the generation of sound in air and ... Read More
Liquid or gas acoustics coupled to structural objects such as membranes, plates or solids are important applications in many engineering fields. This model is a general demonstration of an acoustic fluid phenomenon in 3D that is coupled to a solid object. The walls of the solid object ... Read More
The tonpilz (sound mushroom) piezoelectric transducer is a transducer for relatively low frequency, high power sound emission. The transducer consists of piezoceramic rings stacked between massive ends and pre-stressed by a central bolt. The tail and head mass lower the resonance ... Read More