The Application of the Finite-Element Method to the Prediction of Soundfields of Small Rooms at Low Frequencies
Finite-element modeling (FEM) is a useful tool for investigating the acoustical properties of rooms and transducers. Examples of results obtained by FEM analysis of the low-frequency acoustics of small rooms are discussed. Properties of software are also described from the viewpoint of usefulness and user friendliness.
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