Thermal conduction and viscous losses are important considerations in modeling the acoustic performance of small devices. Introducing thermoacoustic effects into a simulation properly accounts for these frequency-dependent losses. Learn how to model small acoustic devices including mobile devices, hearing aids, and microphones using COMSOL Multiphysics. This webinar features several example models and strategies for efficient simulation including coupling thermoacoustics to lumped models and classical pressure acoustics. The webinar will conclude with a 15-minute Q&A session.
Mads J. Herring Jensen, PhD, Technical Product Manager, Acoustics, COMSOL
Mads works as the Technical Product Manager for the Acoustics Module at COMSOL. He has previous experience working in the hearing aid industry as an acoustic finite element expert studying, among other things, the performance of miniature directional microphones and analyzing feedback problems in hearing aids.
John Dunec, VP of Sales, NW US, COMSOL
John Dunec received his PhD from Stanford University in 1983. John has over 25 years of experience in product analysis and development. He started his career at IBM, was successful at an early multiphysics startup, and then ran a product development consulting firm. As a consultant, he was one of COMSOL’s first US customers and is now VP of Sales, North West US and Manager of the Palo Alto office. He has been teaching COMSOL courses throughout the US since 2003.
Dexter is the author of IEEE Spectrum’s online blog The Nanoclast. He has researched and written reports and analysis in the areas of nanotechnology, sensors, IT, advanced manufacturing and economic trends within a number of different industries. He has been the program director for international conferences in the areas of telecommunications, digital content delivery and nanotechnology. In addition to his work at IEEE Spectrum, Dexter is a senior analyst with Cientifica, a UK-based business intelligence company for emerging technologies.
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