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\title{Modeling of Loud-Speaker with $hp$-Adaptive Methods}
\tocauthor{L. Koudela} \author{} \institute{}
{\large Lukas Koudela}\\
University of West Bohemia\\
\\ \vspace{4mm}{\large Pavel Karban}\\
University of West Bohemia\\
\\ \vspace{4mm}{\large Antonin Predota}\\
University of West Bohemia\\
\\ \vspace{4mm}{\large Oldrich Turecek}\\
University of West Bohemia\\
\\ \vspace{4mm}{\large Ladislav Zuzjak}\\
University of West Bohemia\\
This paper deals with the numerical solution of the acoustic field. Two objectives are followed. The first one is to create a computational model of the loud-speaker with respecting the possibility of diaphragm stiffness. \cite{1kk} The second goal is to obtain directional characteristics of the model with the help of the finite element method. \cite{3kk}
The mathematical model is described by the Helmhotz differential equation describing
the distribution of the acoustic field. The numerical solution is performed by a fully adaptive higher-order finite element method developed by the group. \cite{2kk} The results of modeling are compared with the results obtained using a commercial software and verified by measurement.
The measurement is realized in the anechoic chamber and based on standard. \cite{4kk} The low-frequency speaker is used in suitable frequency range to avoid the diaphragm uncontrolled breakup.
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