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Calculation of the Sound Radiation of a Nonrigid Loudspeaker Diaphragm Using the Finite-Element Method
The numerical calculation of the sound radiation of a loudspeaker is a computer-aided design/engineering tool for use in a loudspeaker development department. It consists of two parts: the calculation of the mechanical vibration of a loudspeaker diaphragm and the calculation of the resulting sound radiation. The latter, which uses an efficient implementation of the finite-element method, is described.
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