An intuitive visual interface for the Pseudo-Spectral Time-Domain method to simulate the propagation of sound
The openPSTD project aims to provide a full-fledged software tool, accessible for academic research purposes, which enables to efficiently and in detail compute urban sound propagation. To achieve this, the computational method behind the tool will be further developed. Within the project, the software tool will also be implemented and applied to studying both reduction of urban noise as well as to support the positive sound environment through auralization.
1 May 2022
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