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Calculation of Sound Radiation from an Unbaffled, Rectangular-Cross-Section Horn Loudspeaker Using Combined Analytical and Boundary-Element Methods

Methods are described for calculating the sound radiation from an unbaffled, rectangular-cross-section horn loudspeaker using a minicomputer. The boundary-element method is used for smaller horn loudspeakers and, in combination with the analytical method, for larger units. The results of the calculation have shown good agreement with measurement.

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JAES Volume 38 Issue 5 pp. 340-349; May 1990
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