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Acoustic eigenanalysis of 2D open cavity with Vekua approximations and the method of particular solutions

Abstract : This paper discusses the efficient extraction of acoustic resonances in 2D open cavities using a meshless method, the method of particular solutions. A first order, local non-reflecting boundary condition is chosen to account for the opening and Fourier-Bessel functions are employed to approximate the pressure at the borders of the cavity and inside. A minimization problem is then solved for the complex frequency range of interest. For the investigated cavity, the minimum values obtained match those found in previously published studies or by other numerical methods. But, unlike the perfectly matched layer absorbing boundary conditions now usually employed, this approach is free from spurious eigenfrequencies. Moreover, the specific treatments of the geometric singularities allow this method to be particularly efficient in the presence of corner singularities.
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Alexandre Leblanc, Gilles Chardon. Acoustic eigenanalysis of 2D open cavity with Vekua approximations and the method of particular solutions. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, Elsevier, 2014, 43, pp.7. ⟨10.1016/j.enganabound.2014.03.006⟩. ⟨hal-01131092⟩

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