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Computational Analysis to Design Loudspeakers with Nonconventional Forms

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This word presents the study of the frequency response between two loudspeaker configurations, where the first is a conventional circular form and the second a nonconventional form with modification over its geometry. This analysis was done using the FEM computational ANSYS® software. This goal surged from the necessity to research how to improve the esthetic and electro- acoustical properties of a loudspeaker while the geometry of its diaphragm is modified and to get a new nonconventional loudspeaker models for the industry. A hendecagon loudspeaker model was simulated and compared to a conventional circular loudspeaker. The results presented were the modal analysis, harmonic response and frequency response.

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Polania Gutierrez, E., Polochè Arango, M.A., Guarnizo Mendez, H.F. (2020). Computational Analysis to Design Loudspeakers with Nonconventional Forms. In: Figueroa-García, J.C., Garay-Rairán, F.S., Hernández-Pérez, G.J., Díaz-Gutierrez, Y. (eds) Applied Computer Sciences in Engineering. WEA 2020. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1274. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-61834-6_13

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