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Modeling of loudspeaker using hp-adaptive methods

KOUDELA, L., KARBAN, P., TUREČEK, O., ZUZJAK, L. Modeling of loudspeaker using hp-adaptive methods. COMPUTING, 2013, roč. 95, č. 1, s. 473-485. ISSN: 0010-485X
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Modeling of loudspeaker using hp-adaptive methods
Rok vydání: 2013
Autoři: Ing. Lukáš Koudela , Doc. Ing. Pavel Karban Ph.D. , Ing. Oldřich Tureček Ph.D. , Ing. Ladislav Zuzjak
Abstrakt EN: Numerical modeling of harmonic acoustic field produced by a common commercial loudspeaker is carried out. The goal is to obtain the directional characteristic of the device. So far, these characteristics could only be obtained by measurements, which was very complicated and also expensive. Another benefit of the model consists in obtaining a reference mathematical model for other acoustic devices, such as diffusors or resonators. The continuous mathematical model is derived from the physical laws and is considered for the ideal fluids with properties of a perfect continuum. The model of the loudspeaker in the axial symmetry (2D) is described by the Helmholtz differential equation for harmonic acoustic field and for the correct solution the appropriate boundary conditions and material properties are also defined. The task is solved numerically by a fully adaptive higher-order finite element method developed by the hp-FEM group. The convergence of results is discussed for the different adaptive techniques and the advantages of the use of hp -adaptivity are demonstrated. Selected results of the computations are then compared with experiments performed in an anechoic chamber at the University of West Bohemia and based on the standard CSN EN 60268-5.
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