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February 4, 2020

Here are some animations and figures from my presentation at the COMSOL Conference in Cambridge last year, showing how sound fields can be manipulated using topology optimization. You can cite [1] if you want to recreate any of these.

Criss-cross splitter:


Mode Converter I - 01-to-02 mo...

November 24, 2019

I am happy to announce that Acculution has launched its first product. This has been in the making for a few years, and now 'A Complete Guide to - Phase Decomposition' is here (link). I have written about Phase Decomposition before (link, link), but the implementation and especially the interpretati...

November 4, 2019

In a previous post (#028) I showed how you can convert an evanescent sound field into a propagating one by using topology optimization. Now, I will briefly show that you can also use shape optimization for the same task. First, the unperturbed tube response:

It is clearly seen that at this particular...

September 27, 2019

Back in December 2017 COMSOL released version 5.3a of Multiphysics. I used the software on a so-called Head And Torso Simulator, HATS for short, using COMSOL's newly implemented, and highly requested, Boundary Element Method for acoustics. I had tested it in an early version (https://www.a...

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