Today, specialized computational methods, modern modeling technology and parallel computing enable the analysis of full-vehicle acoustic and vibration behavior within few hours calculation time. Therefore, in many applications, NVH analysis is conducted as a standard workflow for product development.
Recent improvements in analysis methods now allow to broaden the scope of established NVH workflows, increasing their physical accuracy, and combine NVH models with results from road testing and multi-body dynamic simulation.
Subspace projection methods account for frequency-dependent material behavior, which is common in noise reduction treatments or acoustic trim panels. Fully coupled structural-acoustic analysis is capable of representing the NVH behavior of fluid-filled tanks and pipes. Specialized post-processing tools enable the efficient analysis of dynamic run-up scenarios.
This e-Seminar will give a short overview of the NVH analysis methods, recent developments and concepts for their integration in large-scale models and standard workflows.
The eSeminar will be taught in German language. The participation is free of charge.