Acoustic Simulation

Acoustic modeling is the process of creating mathematical or computational representations of the way sound propagates in a given environment. This involves simulating how sound wave+9 interact with objects, surfaces, and the air in a particular pace. Acoustic modeling is used to predict and analyze how sound behaves in different settings, such as concert halls, recording studios, classrooms, or outdoor environments. It can be used to design and evaluate the acoustic performance of spaces, including assessing factors like reverberation time, sound absorption, and sound isolation.

Acoustic simulation is a practical application of acoustic modeling. It involves using computer software or mathematical models to simulate how sound behaves in a specific environment or under certain conditions.

Acoustic simulation finds diverse applications in fields such as Architectural Acoustics, Noise Control, Audio Engineering, and Environmental Noise studies.

CYAcoustics leverages a range of specialized software tools and advanced algorithms to create precise forecasts of sound behavior within specific scenarios. These predictions empower engineers and designers to make informed decisions regarding the design, construction, and operation of acoustic systems and environments. This valuable insight allows for the optimization of acoustic qualities in both indoor and outdoor spaces.

  • Acoustic Modelling.
  • Acoustic Simulation for indoor and outdoor cases.
  • Acoustic Modelling and Simulation for acoustic systems/materials.
  • Acoustic Auralisation.
  • 2D and 3D sound mapping.