Finite element based software for simulating loudspeakers has been around for some time but is being used more widely now, due to improved solver functionality, faster hardware and improvements in links to CAD software and other preprocessing improvements. The analyst has choices to make in what techniques to employ, what approximations might be made and how much detail to model.
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