Modelling Acoustics with Open Source Software: The Series

Elmer cases by the users for the users
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CrocoDuck
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Modelling Acoustics with Open Source Software: The Series

Post by CrocoDuck » 08 Mar 2020, 03:09

Hi Guys,

I started a series of articles on my blog about modelling Acoustics with Open Source software. My blog is here: https://crocoduckoducks.github.io/.

The articles are step-by-step tutorials on how to set up ElmerFEM acoustic problems, although other tools are covered such as FreeCAD, Salome Platform, Julia and few other things. Each tutorial has a related folder in a GitHub repo containing all the project files.

The cases for now are all very simple, as they are oriented at beginners (and I cannot quite claim to be an expert either). However, they can also be interesting as there is some comparison with exact theoretical solutions going on at the moment.

Hope you find it interesting!

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Re: Modelling Acoustics with Open Source Software: The Series

Post by mdc_elmer » 08 May 2020, 12:05

This is very cool, thanks so much! I am also playing with acoustic modelling with Elmer, at the moment for a bass reflex / vented speaker. No damping applied yet though

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Re: Modelling Acoustics with Open Source Software: The Series

Post by CrocoDuck » 19 Jun 2020, 21:40

Hey! Just letting you know I moved the project here: https://computational-acoustics.gitlab.io/website/

Cheers.

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