The field of acoustics encompasses the study of propagation of waves of sound and vibration in various media. One of the best ways to tackle acoustic problems is to use computational methods (virtual acoustics). The representation of dynamic systems depends on the frequency of analysis. Typically, wave based, deterministic methods are used at low frequencies and energy based, statistical methods are used at high frequencies. The governing equations at both low and high frequencies can be solved by many numerical methods.
We utilize widely applied finite element methods to solve the dynamic behavior of systems at both low and high frequencies. Our unified framework allows our users to focus on designing and optimizing products with improved acoustic characteristics instead of spending time on learning the intricacies of various numerical methods.