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Electroacoustical Simulations by Using PSPICE
The program PSPICE, known as a simulator for electronic circuits, can be used effectively in each case where mechanical and acoustical transmission lines are applicable. This paper describes subcircuits which will make the coupling between electrical, mechanical, and acoustical systems easier. It further describes the conversion of Thiele-Small parameters to equivalent PSPICE devices and the extraction of device data from simple experiments.
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