Blog Posts Tagged Acoustics Module
Modeling Acoustic Energy Generation in Thermoacoustic Engines
Thermoacoustic engines do not use moving parts, keeping their structure very simple. Learn more about these engines and how to model them here.
Full Acoustic Room Impulse Response of a Small Smart Speaker
The acoustic response of a small smart speaker can be modeled using the built-in hybrid FEM–ray coupling functionality in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software. Learn more here.
Modeling Room Acoustics Using a Hybrid Approach
Explore a hybrid approach that combines ray-tracing and finite element methods for modeling room acoustics.
A Practical Implementation of Multiphysics Topology Optimization
A guest blogger from GN Audio A/S introduces a multiphysics topology framework developed with the COMSOL Application Programming Interface and LiveLink™ for MATLAB®.
Computing Transient Sound Pressure Levels in COMSOL®
Sound pressure level metrics are important to know when trying to make results from a transient simulation easier to interpret on a logarithmic scale. Learn how to compute 3 of these metrics here.
The Octave Band Plot for Acoustics Simulation
The Octave Band plot provides an easy and flexible way to represent any frequency response, transfer function, sensitivity curve, transmission loss, or insertion loss in your acoustics analyses.
Modeling Speaker Drivers: Which Coupling Feature to Use
Explore how to model 4 different speaker drivers, including moving-coil transducers, balanced armature receivers, piezoelectric drivers, and electrostatic drivers.
Modeling Piezoelectricity Using the Discontinuous Galerkin Method
COMSOL Multiphysics® version 6.0 introduced a feature for modeling piezoelectric devices that is more convenient than alternative methods. Here’s how to use it in your models.
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