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Course Name

Design Project

Course Description

This course focuses on actual hands on design of multi-way loudspeaker systems. A typical system design workflow is introduced.  The basic relationship between driver parameters and performance is explained, and various enclosure and crossover configuration trade-offs are presented. Students will plan a speaker design project, commence with their project as planned or modified, present design explanations in design reviews, and develop an actual speaker system for verification, validation, and listening evaluation.

 

Correlation of course objectives and basic/core learning outcomes

Theme of learning levels (choose) 1. Knowledge  2. Comprehension 

3. Application  4.Analysis  5. Synthesis 6. Evaluation

Course objectives and basic/core learning outcomes

Correlation

Understand speaker driver parameters and their relevance to speaker systems design

A-1,2,3

F-1,2,3

Understand enclosure, driver, crossover, and amplifier interface performances and their interrelations in the design process.

A-1,2,3

F-1,2,3

Understand various enclosure design configurations.

A-1,2,3

F-1,2,3

Understand various crossover design configurations and trade-offs.

A-1,2,3

F-1,2,3

Know how to use various design and measurement tools.

D-1,2,3

Understand measurement data and listening impressions.

A-1,2,3,6

F-1,2,3,6

Practice the process of project planning, schedule control, and design review.

E-1,2,3

 

Basic/Core Learning Outcomes

1.     Student can apply basic science to discover, evaluate, diagnose, and solve electric-acoustic problems through systematic thinking.

2.     Students can apply mathematical models to describe and analyze electric-acoustic related questions as well as develop abilities to design and execute research.

3.     Students can collect data, define questions, and carry out analysis to obtain conclusions as well as to develop abilities in thesis writing.

4.     Students can integrate electro-acoustic engineering-related knowledge to analyze, design, and solve problems by themselves.

5.     Students can effectively communicate, clearly express themselves, serve in leadership roles, and collaborate with others in different fields.

6.     Students can develop the abilities of self learning innovative thinking, and sustained development in the electric-acoustic field.

7.     Students can master trends in international electro-acoustic industry and cultivate related skills.

8.    Students can possess professional ethics and carry out social responsibilities.