acoustical model[ə′küs·tə·kəl ′mäd·əl]
A model used to investigate certain acoustical properties of an auditorium or room such as sound pressure distribution, sound-ray paths, and focusing effects.
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A model of an auditorium or room used to study certain acoustical properties of the full-sized enclosure, such as the distribution of sound pressure, the paths of sound rays, and focusing effects.
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