Good question. I haven't consider a reverse speaker, so if it is reverse, sim may differ a bit. But you can simulate this with anothers 2 segments which consider lost volume by the speaker in the end of the horn.
Right....now the next question is what value have to be reduced? I mean you have 2 segment so 3 height values and 2 lenght values one width...so...
h1= segment 1 throat
h2=segment 1 mouth segment segment 2 throat
h3=segment 2 mout
l12=lenght segment 1
l23=lenght segment 3
get the total volume of both segment because I can't figure how the driver volume is spreaded into them, and obtain value wich consider the driver...but what value have to be moltiplicated by the width?
here's the last part of the script... a few instruction..
if you want to switch from a reversed driver mount in a straight one you have to:
-In Vtc definition put -drivervolume instead of conevolume;
-In L56 and L67 definition put h6r instead of h6;
-change the radius in the cone area definition accordingly to your driver.
Lol, that’s a very complicated but physically correct script. Definitely was an interesting read, made my day.
To answer some other questions from this thread, as I finally have the time to do so (it’s vacation so my internet time has been decimated). Making a Cubo 212 with the horn mouth’s together is in my personal opinion the best way to go. You could use a divider panel USB-style, in fact the first Cubo 212 prototype was initially build without divider panel. If phase is reversed for one of the drivers, lacking a divider panel means that the output is reduced enormously. Therefore I would expect that, in the scenario where one of the drivers is permanently leaving this earth (during a performance), output is decreased substantially when there is no divider panel used at all. That would be a no-go.
Adding the beginning of the horn path’s together should work, however for reasoning mentioned above, I would use a divider panel in that case. The same goes for adding Cubo’s side by side.