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Loudspeaker System Sound field and Vibration Behavior Computer Simulation
Loudspeaker system's sound field and moving assembly vibrations are simulated by using original modifications of the boundary-element method and the Galerkin method. The software for accurate calculation of sound-pressure level, directivity patterns, and loudspeaker moving assembly forced vibrations over a wide-frequency range has been developed. The results obtained are in favorable agreement with measurements.
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