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Computerized Analysis and Observation of the Vibration Modes of a Loudspeaker Cone

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Traditionally loudspeaker cones have been designed in a trial-and-error fashion. Because of complex difficulties encountered in loudspeaker cone design, no mathematical approach had been thought useful until the recent introduction of the finite-element method. This method has been applied to the simulation of cone vibrations and to the sound radiation from loudspeaker cones, and the results are in favorable agreement with measurements.

JAES Volume 30 Issue 3 pp. 98-106; March 1982
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