📄️ Getting Started
Here we'll show a series of examples of what the Treble Software Development Kit (SDK) can be used for. The examples are based on Jupyter Notebooks but it is by no means necessary to use the SDK within a Notebook style environment. It is, however, a convenient way to do initial scripting, especially while getting a feeling for the SDK.
Acoustic wave propagation simulations are mainly governed by their media (geometries) and the boundaries of the media (materials - covered in the next tutorial).
📄️ Boundary Materials
How waves interact with the boundaries of their media plays an integral role in room acoustics. Aside from air absorption (attenuation), this is where the waves loose their energy. Either via transmission through the materials or via mechanical-to-thermal energy conversions within the materials.
📄️ First Simulation
In the previous tutorials we have created a project, defined a geometry and attached materials to the surfaces of that geometry. Then we are ready to run our first simulation. There are still a few things to consider and a few options to choose from in terms of source types, receiver types, simulation types and crossover frequencies.