Simulation of acoustic scattering by multiple obstacles in three dimensions

Mahadevan Ganesh, Stuart C Hawkins

Abstract


We present an algorithm for simulating acoustic scattering by multiple three dimensional sound-hard, sound-soft, or absorbing impenetrable particles. We demonstrate the high order accuracy of the algorithm by simulating multiple scattering at a range of frequencies. The high order multiple acoustic scattering algorithm in this work facilitates understanding of the interactions of acoustic waves scattered by multiple convex and non-convex bodies.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21914/anziamj.v50i0.1451



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