Prediction of sound levels in rooms with local- and extended-reaction surfaces
Keywords:Acoustic wave propagation, Acoustic wave reflection, Boundary conditions, Frequency domain analysis, Interfaces (materials), Mathematical models, Numerical analysis, Surfaces, Extended reaction surfaces, Sound levels, Steady state sound pressure levels
AbstractA new wave-based model which predicts steady-state sound-pressure levels in rooms bounded by extended-reaction surfaces has been developed and used to study the effect of modeling room surfaces as of extended or of local reaction.
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