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Designing structures and open spaces with respect to sound quality is important for concert halls, outdoor environments, and even the rooms of a house. Simulating acoustics in the high-frequency limit, where the wavelength is smaller than the geometrical features, can be done with ray ... Read More
This tutorial shows how to include local nonlinear effects when simulating the acoustics of an exponential horn. Nonlinear effects become important when an acoustic horn is used for high amplitude signaling. The Nonlinear Acoustics (Westervelt) feature available for the Pressure ... 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
Reflective mufflers are best suited for the low-frequency range where only plane waves can propagate in the system, while dissipative mufflers with fibers are efficient in the mid- to high-frequency range. Dissipative mufflers based on flow losses, on the other hand, also work at low ... Read More
This model sets up a linear array of nine tonpilz piezoelectric transducers in a 3x3 grid. A voltage is applied that includes a phase change across the three rows. The transducers are located in a box below the sea surface. The exterior acoustics are modeled using the *Pressure ... Read More
This tutorial shows how to model the propagation of acoustic waves in large pipe systems by coupling the *Pipe Acoustics* interface to the *Pressure Acoustics* interface. The tutorial is set up in both the time domain and the frequency domain. 1D pipe acoustics is used to model the ... Read More
A plane-wave mode feeds an axisymmetric horn radiating from an infinite baffle toward an open half space. The radius of the feeding waveguide is assumed to be fixed, as well as the depth of the horn and the size of the hole where the horn is attached to the baffle. By varying the ... Read More
Fluid acoustics coupled to structural objects, such as membranes or plates, represents an important application area in many engineering fields. Some examples are: * Loudspeakers * Acoustic sensors * Nondestructive impedance testing * Medical ultrasound diagnostics This model ... Read More
A Coriolis flowmeter, also known as a mass flowmeter or an inertial flowmeter, is used to measure the mass flow rate of a fluid traveling through it. It makes use of the fact that the fluid's inertia through an oscillating tube causes the tube to twist in proportion to the mass flow ... Read More
Micromirrors are used in certain MEMS devices to control optic elements. This model of a vibrating micromirror surrounded by air uses the Thermoacoustic-Shell Interaction user interface to model the fluid-solid interaction, and it thus includes the correct viscous and thermal damping of ... Read More