## Resonance Frequencies of a Room

## Resonance Frequencies of a Room

This example studies the resonance frequencies of an empty room by using the Helmholz equation for the time-harmonic pressure field Δp + k2 = 0 The resulting eigenmodes can be compared to and validated against the analytical solution for the resonance frequencies of a boxed enclosure, that is f = c/2*√( (i/lx)2 + …

## Two Material Wave Guide Interface

## Two Material Wave Guide Interface

This example studies the interface between two different materials in a section of a wave guide. The change in material causes the waves to travel at different speeds. This changing diffraction pattern of the planar time harmonic waves can be investigated by using the Helmholtz equation for the amplitude of the waves A …

## Interference and Diffraction

## Interference and Diffraction

The classic double-slit experiment considers a planar and periodic oscillating wave which hits and passes two narrow slits. Assuming the slits are narrow enough, the passing waves will bend and cause an interference pattern, while diffraction will attenuate the off axis resulting amplitude. In the example the Helmholtz …