|August 28, 2009, 01:52||
How to set oscillating pressure boundary condition
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I would like to simulate the flow inside a tube having one closed end and the other end is driven by a loud speaker.
The speaker creates an oscillating pressure (and velocity) which will have an effect on the acoustic field inside the tube.
so to be clear: which boundary type shall I choose in GAMBIT for the speaker end. (the other boundaries are "wall" type).
Thank you in advance for your help
|acoustics, boundary condition|
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