In this paper we present a set of solutions that may be used for prototyping and simulation of acoustic scattering devices. The system proposed is capable of measuring sound field. Also a way to use an open source solution for simulation of scattering phenomena occurring in proximity of acoustic diffusers is shown. The result of our work are measurement procedure and a prototype of the simulation script based on FEniCS - an open source computing platform for the FEM-based solution of differential equations. A visualization and comparison between data obtained from measurement and an example of the simulation scenario are presented and discussed.
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