Why are you the only one attacking me for asking questions if you aren't offended?
I understand what an open baffle speaker is. I understand what a dipole is, not just acoustic dipoles but electric, magnetic etc. If you cannot visualize sound waves creating various dipoles in the original three concepts. Then I cannot help you and perhaps you are simply dragging me for your own lack of ability to interpret what I have presented.
I’m not personally offended at all by you asking questions or anything else that you have said. It’s just that your posts show a serious lack of understanding with regard to open baffles and I’ve been trying to help you understand the subject better.
And I’m not the only one that has tried to help you. Go back and read some of the posts by others who also tried to help you understand OB physics.
Yet you still don’t seem to grasp the concept. You continue to maintain that your three enclosure designs in the first post will produce dipolar sound patterns. It’s not a matter of my lack of ability to interpret what you have presented. It’s a matter that you are totally wrong about it. You commented yourself that the second one is side ported and you believe it will not reflect any sound out. Pretty hard to have a dipole with sound only coming out of one place.
FullRangeMan also tried to tell you that your first design was nothing more than a vented enclosure without a resonant duct. But you pretty much ignored his post along with mine and others who don’t accept your designs as being even remotely related to OB.
However, if you believe that your unusual designs have some sort of merit, then by all means go ahead and construct them and run tests. At a minimum you should produce actual frequency response, impedance, harmonic distortion, and waterfall plots. You’ll also need to do nearfield polar tests to see if see if a dipole pattern is produce.
Publish those results here and maybe you can show that all of us being critical about these designs are wrong. I’d be surprised, but it’s up to you to demonstrate it.