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Multiple sources in a gun range
PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2004 4:19 pm Reply with quote
Hyun Paek
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I have a few questions. I didn't get a response in the Speaker Base heading below, thus I try again. I would appreciate any help I can get.


1. In my model of the gun range I've put over 50 sources firing at the same time. The mapping seems to lump several sources into one. It seems to show only twelve sources in the mapping rather that the 50+ sources. Am I doing something wrong?


2. When I input the lobe data, do I need to enter the attenuation relative to 0 for the entire data including all the frequencies or do I need to treat the attenuation relative to 0 for each frequency?


3. Does the Sensitivity and Impedence play a large role in the data? If so any suggestions to what they should be?


Thank you.



Re: Multiple sources in a gun range
PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2004 8:44 pm Reply with quote
Hyun Paek
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Please strike out question #1 below. It worked by decreasing the size of patches. As for questions 2 and 3, I am still working on them.


>I have a few questions. I didn't get a response in the Speaker Base heading below, thus I try again. I would appreciate any help I can get.

>1. In my model of the gun range I've put over 50 sources firing at the same time. The mapping seems to lump several sources into one. It seems to show only twelve sources in the mapping rather that the 50+ sources. Am I doing something wrong?

>2. When I input the lobe data, do I need to enter the attenuation relative to 0 for the entire data including all the frequencies or do I need to treat the attenuation relative to 0 for each frequency?

>3. Does the Sensitivity and Impedence play a large role in the data? If so any suggestions to what they should be?

>Thank you.


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