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Distributed-Mode Loudspeaker Simulation Model
This paper demonstrates the implementation of the Distributed Mode Loudspeaker into an electro-mechano-acoustical network simulator based on the lumped element method. To be able to take into account the mechanical coupling to the frame, the DML is separated in electro-mechanic and in mechanic-acoustical transducer-modules. In this way the necessary flexibility in modeling is maintained as well as a straightforward application for panel and system design.
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