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A Comparison of Modelling Techniques for Small Acoustic Spaces Such as Car Cabins
This paper results from a case study comparing the relative cost effectiveness of three modelling techniques applied to a small acoustic space such as a car cabin. The techniques considered are finite element analysis, analytical solutions, and the quasi-analytical ray-trace or image method. A simple test-case is used to compare solution times and accuracy.
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