Resonance Frequencies of a Room

Resonance Frequencies of a Room

This example studies the resonance frequencies of an empty room by using the Helmholtz equation for the time-harmonic pressure field

Δp + k2 = 0

The resulting eigenmodes can be compared to and validated against the analytical solution for the resonance frequencies of a boxed enclosure, that is f = c/2*√( (i/lx)2 + (j/ly)2 + (k/lz)2 ) where i, j, and k are integer permutations 0 … n for the various modes.

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