Multiple Driver Modeling with a Modern Lumped Element Simulation Program
The dodecahedron loudspeaker, a design widely used in acoustic measurements, has been modeled using the components available in a computer-based electro-acoustic network simulator. The acoustic radiation and driver behavior simulation include specifying the physical position and radiation angle of each of the twelve drivers. A comparison is made with anechoic chamber measurements on a real loudspeaker.
Panzer, Joerg; Campbell, Richard H.: Multiple Driver Modeling with a Modern Lumped Element Simulation Program; 102th AES Convention, Munich, Feb 1997, Preprint 4441
A copy of the paper can be downloaded here as pdf-file [370kB]
The original paper will be available at the Electronic Library of the AES.