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Simulating acoustic devices such as transducers usually involves coupling mechanical, electrical, and acoustic effects. Considering the necessary degree of detail, lumping certain parts, and accounting for viscous and thermal losses are important factors. In this presentation, we will demonstrate modeling small devices such as miniature loudspeakers, microphones, hearing aids, and mobile devices using COMSOL Multiphysics®. We will also discuss strategies for efficient simulation and show several examples.
The webinar will include a live demonstration and a Q&A session.
Register for Acoustics Simulation in Transducers, Mobile Devices, and Hearing Aids
March 31, 20212:00 - 2:45 p.m. BST
Log in or sign up to register. A COMSOL Access account is required to attend Acoustics Simulation in Transducers, Mobile Devices, and Hearing Aids.
James Gaffney works at COMSOL as an applications engineer for acoustics. He studied acoustical engineering at the University of Southampton, where he also earned his doctorate degree. His research involved predicting the fuselage installation effects from engine fan tones with analytical methods.