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The Use of Computer Simulation in Electroacoustic Transducer Teaching
One of the problems detected by the authors in their audio engineering careers is the need to teach theoretical and practical credits of specific subjects to a great number of students. The solution developed to tackle the electroacoustic transducer behavior is the use of conventional software programs and the generation of specific software packages to simulate this phenomena.
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