Originally Posted by diaz
These explanations need pictures lol..
They need more than pictures, they need real proof. I'm thinking about a way that I can provide some real data.
Originally Posted by LTD02
I was thinking about it again today and it is still backwards.
using the centerline model in hornresp gives a horn of length X.
that horn in actuality measures with a slightly lower corner than the model, which means the model is too SHORT and the real horn is too LONG.
Sorry for the delayed reply, I was away all day.
Yes, this is my current understanding of the centerline method.
using the advanced centerline method, the horn would be even LONGER which means that the model would be even further off.
Thanks for pointing this out. This seems to make sense, I'm not sure why I was thinking otherwise.
If these last two quotes are true that means some of my comments about the advanced centerline method in the last few posts are wrong.
I've been thinking about the best way to test this and get some real data, I think I have some good ideas but I'd appreciate your input so I'll be sending you a PM soon, maybe tomorrow.
Anyway, thanks for making me take a critical look at this issue.
Now in the meantime, the good news is that this issue is not life or death important, it makes very little real world difference unless the horn has a lot of bends. And even then it usually only amounts to 1 or 2 hz difference in the low corner frequency.