Harmonic shells: a practical nonlinear sound model for near-rigid thin shells

@article{Chadwick2009HarmonicSA,
  title={Harmonic shells: a practical nonlinear sound model for near-rigid thin shells},
  author={Jeffrey N. Chadwick and Steven S. An and Doug L. James},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={119:1-119:10}
}
We propose a procedural method for synthesizing realistic sounds due to nonlinear thin-shell vibrations. We use linear modal analysis to generate a small-deformation displacement basis, then couple the modes together using nonlinear thin-shell forces. To enable audio-rate time-stepping of mode amplitudes with mesh-independent cost, we propose a reduced-order dynamics model based on a thin-shell cubature scheme. Limitations such as mode locking and pitch glide are addressed. To support fast… CONTINUE READING
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