Compression Driver modeled on Plane Wave Tube
Voice coil displacement vs. frequency.
Induce Current Density In Motor. 935 Hz.
Static flux density in motor gap.
Axi-symmetric model of a 3" mid-range dome driver in a baffle
Frequency response of above. Good agreement between model and measurement over the band of interest.
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Loudspeaker Spider Analysis
Finite Element Modeling
Acoustic pressure in the compression chamber and plane wave tube at 825 Hz.
Deformed structure at 19kHz.
Frequency response predicted at 1 meter/on axis
Instantaneous sound pressure at 6.9kHz
Structural Mechanics Model Considering Geometric Non-Linearity. Design for symmetry and optimized linearity range.