A Fast Regularized Boundary Integral Method forPractical Acoustic Problems

@article{Qian2013AFR,
  title={A Fast Regularized Boundary Integral Method forPractical Acoustic Problems},
  author={Z. Qian and Z. D. Han and S. Atluri},
  journal={Cmes-computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={91},
  pages={463-484}
}
  • Z. Qian, Z. D. Han, S. Atluri
  • Published 2013
  • Mathematics
  • Cmes-computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences
  • To predict the sound field in an acoustic problem, the well-known non-uniqueness problem has to be solved. In a departure from the common approaches used in the prior literature, the weak-form of the Helmholtz differential equation, in conjunction with vector test-functions, is utilized as the basis, in order to directly derive non-hyper-singular boundary integral equations for the velocity potential φ , as well as its gradients q. Both φ -BIE and q-BIE are fully regularized to achieve weak… CONTINUE READING
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