The Boundary Element Method is one of the most used techniques for the simulation of acoustic problems especially for external ones. However, it leads to large computational time because of the complex character of the resulting linear system and the calculation of its different terms by surface integration. In this paper, the Rayleigh method is used to calculate the acoustical pressure at any point in the space. This method is very fast since it does not need to construct and to solve a linear system.

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