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Validation Examples - Indirect Model
Validation Examples - Indirect Model
Validation Examples - Indirect Model
Validation Examples - Indirect Model
实例 - 间接模型

Indirect model in Coustyx uses the indirect boundary integral formulation. The primary
variables in this formulation are the jumps in the pressure and velocity across
the structure boundary. Coustyx indirect models solve both the interior and exterior
problems simultaneously. Also note that the mesh in these models does not need to
enclose a volume. Go through the following indirect models to validate Coustyx.

- Boundary Excitation
- Acoustic Sources
- Muffler (Transmission Loss Computations)
- Muffler-1 : Simple Expansion Chamber
- Muffler-2 : Double Expansion Chamber
- Perforated Muffler

- Reciprocity Principle

Indirect model in Coustyx uses the indirect boundary integral formulation. The primary
variables in this formulation are the jumps in the pressure and velocity across
the structure boundary. Coustyx indirect models solve both the interior and exterior
problems simultaneously. Also note that the mesh in these models does not need to
enclose a volume. Go through the following indirect models to validate Coustyx.

- Boundary Excitation
- Acoustic Sources
- Muffler (Transmission Loss Computations)
- Muffler-1 : Simple Expansion Chamber
- Muffler-2 : Double Expansion Chamber
- Perforated Muffler

- Reciprocity Principle

Indirect model in Coustyx uses the indirect boundary integral formulation. The primary
variables in this formulation are the jumps in the pressure and velocity across
the structure boundary. Coustyx indirect models solve both the interior and exterior
problems simultaneously. Also note that the mesh in these models does not need to
enclose a volume. Go through the following indirect models to validate Coustyx.

- Boundary Excitation
- Acoustic Sources
- Muffler (Transmission Loss Computations)
- Muffler-1 : Simple Expansion Chamber
- Muffler-2 : Double Expansion Chamber
- Perforated Muffler

- Reciprocity Principle

- Boundary Excitation
- Acoustic Sources
- Muffler (Transmission Loss Computations)
- Muffler-1 : Simple Expansion Chamber
- Muffler-2 : Double Expansion Chamber
- Perforated Muffler

- Reciprocity Principle