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Numerical Modeling of Sound Intensity Distributions around Acoustic Transducer

The aim of this research study is to measure, simulate, and compare sound intensity distribution generated by the acoustic transducers of the loudspeaker. The comparison of the gathered data allows for validating the numerical model of the acoustic radiation. An accurate model of a sound source is necessary in mathematical modeling of the sound field distribution near the scattering obstacles. An example of such obstacle is a human head. Preparation of a robust mathematical model of the sound field generated by a loudspeaker is one of the important factors in simulation of sound waves scattering by the human head. The numerical model is developed for the purpose of this kind of research.

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