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

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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.

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