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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Sound Field Radiated By A Spherical Loudspeaker Array Using A Flexible Membrane Model|
De Arruda J.R.
|Abstract:||Two approaches for sound field prediction of a spherical loudspeaker array operation are presented and compared to experimental measurements. In the first, real membrane modes from experimental modal analysis are used as input for BEM vibroacoustic simulations using LMS Virtual.Lab® software. In the second, an analytical solution based on the spherical harmonic expansion of an idealized velocity pattern over the spherical array is used. Results are presented in terms of sound power and directivity patterns, showing that the former has the same trend in all comparisons for the low frequency range, and that the analytical solution cannot be used for the high frequency range since it does not include the effect of the flexible membrane modes. Directivity patterns, however, show a good degree of similarity in all cases, and are not strongly affected by the flexible membrane modes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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