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is used worldwide
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indoors and outdoors. You are one of over six thousand people who have
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11 was released
in August 2011
proudly present ODEON version
with tremendous increased calculation speed as well as customization of
acoustic parameters to fulfil your needs.
Introduction of the Fibonacci
makes version 11 twice as fast as version 10 because less rays are
obtain the same quality in the result.
The new parallel
processing makes version 11 an additional
five times faster than version
10 using a multicore computer (4 cores/ 8 threads).
Using the new Room
List you can also:
||In version 11, you decide which room
acoustic parameters you
want to look at in your result. This is specified in the new Room
Note! A service release of version
11.10 is available for download
with fixes and enhancements.
of Ancient Theatres
|| The ODEON software is
successfully used to recreate ancient theatre acoustics worldwide. The
software have repeatedly demonstrated its quality for these types of partly open spaces in research
In Japan comprehensive
public address (PA)
systems are used for delivering daily messages in urban areas. These PA
systems are also very importantly used for disaster prevention serving
as voice alarm (VA) systems. Students
and professors of the Chiba Institute of Technology have presented
convincing research results - comparing measured impulse responses from
systems with ODEON simulations.
|| Publication: J Mori, D
Yoshino, S Satoh, H
Tachibana. "Prediction of
outdoor sound propagation by applying
geometrical sound simulation technique". Internoise, Osaka,
Japan. Sept. 2011.
Download the conference
presentation in PDF format. For comments double
click on the speech bubbles in the top right corner of the presentation
slide. The presentation gives valuable input as to what level of
detail is needed in the geometrical model to achieve optimum quality
- Construction, Part 5, 2009
Part 4, 2000:
Early Scattered Rays
Part 5, 2009
around edges enables ODEON to predict sound diffraction around up to
two edges. Edge diffraction is important in outdoor spaces
where the sound is influenced more by direct sound level and by
described development from former
newsletters (grey bricks in
1, 2005: Reflection Based
2, 1984-1995: Ray tracing,
Scattering and Secondary Source Method
Part 3, 2000:
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