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Lumped Loudspeaker Driver Using a Lumped Mechanical System

Example of a moving-coil loudspeaker where lumped parameters represent the behavior of the electrical and mechanical components. The Thiele-Small parameters (small-signal parameters) serve as input to the lumped model, which is represented using the Electric Circuit interface. The ... Read More

Shape Optimization of a Rectangular Loudspeaker Horn in 3D

This model demonstrates how to use the Control Function feature to perform shape optimization on a rectangular horn for an improved on axis response. The results of the initial design are exported to a new component via a Filter dataset. Further, the off-axis spatial response is improved ... Read More

Lumped Loudspeaker Driver Transient Analysis with Nonlinear Large-Signal Parameters

This model shows how to include the nonlinear (large signal) behavior of certain lumped components in a simplified loudspeaker analysis. The mechanical and electrical system is modeled using an equivalent electrical circuit. The large signal compliance CMS(x) and force factor BL(x) are ... Read More

Lumped Loudspeaker Driver

This is a model of a moving-coil loudspeaker where a lumped parameter analogy represents the behavior of the electrical and mechanical speaker components. The Thiele-Small parameters (small-signal parameters) serve as input to the lumped model, which is represented by an Electric Circuit ... Read More

Baffled Membrane

Learn how to use the Acoustic-Shell Interaction interface in this tutorial example of a thin vibrating membrane set in an infinite baffle. This example demonstrates how to model the acoustic interaction between a vibrating membrane and the surrounding air. In order to focus on the ... Read More

Bessel Panel

The Bessel panel is a way to arrange a number of loudspeakers so that the angular sound distribution resembles that of a single speaker. This model combines five Bessel panels in the same pattern to approximate a purely radial sound field. The speakers are driven with different ... Read More

Electrostatic Speaker Driver

This tutorial demonstrates a full electro-vibroacoustic analysis of a conceptual electrostatic speaker driver, composed of thin conducting plastic diaphragm residing between two perforated metal sheets called grids or stators. When an audio signal is applied to the grids (out of phase), ... Read More

Wax Guard Acoustics: Transfer Matrix Computation

In this tutorial, the acoustic properties of a wax guard are analyzed. A wax guard is a small perforated mesh used to protect the receiver (the miniature loudspeaker in a hearing aid) used for receiver-in-the-ear (RITE) or receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids. Because of the very small ... Read More

Headphone on an Artificial Ear

Headphones are closely coupled to the ear, and so it is not possible to measure their sensitivity in a classical acoustic free-field setup used for loudspeakers. The measurement requires the use of artificial heads and ears to accurately represent the usage conditions. This model shows ... Read More

Small Concert Hall Acoustics

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