Reinhard Lerch

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Many surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices consist of quasiperiodic structures that are designed by successive repetition of a base cell. The precise numerical simulation of such devices, including all physical effects, is currently beyond the capacity of high-end computation. Therefore, we have to restrict the numerical analysis to the periodic substructure.(More)
Understanding vocal fold dynamics presents an essential part in treating voice disorders as it is the prerequisite to appropriate medical therapy. Various physical and numerical models exist for simulation purposes, all relying on simplified material parameters. To improve current approaches, data of realistic tissue behavior, i.e., in natural surroundings,(More)
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