Acoustic Simulation for Automotive and Heavy Equipment Industries

At present, noise quality is a crucial issue for automotive and heavy machinery manufacturers. In addition to the strict governmental regulations, it is important for automobiles to maintain the perception of quality in costumer’s mind. On the other hand, the sound of heavy machinery is a safety issue. Loud noises can make it harder for ...

Use of Multidiscipline Solutions to Improve Automotive Noise, Vibration and Harshness

Simulation software is being used extensively around the world due to their accuracy and cost-effectiveness. Instead of using different simulation tools for every different type of testing process, engineers can use multidiscipline tools to better improve NVH (noise, vibration, harshness). MD solution tools can be used for many different areas of testing, including:  Analysis of ...

Reducing Automotive Engine Noise with Multidiscipline Simulation

While companies can solve automotive engine noise problems by using engine mounts to stop vibration and the firewall to stop airborne noise, these solutions are not sustainable if one wishes to maintain quality. Therefore, car manufacturers taking advantage of finite element analysis (FEA) software to better understand noise and vibration. FEA can be used to ...

Understanding Automotive Engine Noise

One of the most significant pressures on car manufacturers today is sound quality. There are many factors that engineers must consider when analyzing the sound emitted by a car. Aside from being a marketing tool, there are now government regulations on sound. New developing technologies including hands-free mobile and speech recognition require the clear voice ...

Automotive Noise Optimization with Simulation Software

Using Simulation Software to Predict Automotive NVH   One of the most pressing challenges for today’s automotive manufacturers is to make lighter cars. A lighter car will maintain a lower level of gas consumption and thus is more eco-friendly. To achieve this goal, many companies switched from aluminum to composite materials and put smaller engines ...

Identifying the Acoustic Contribution to Interior Noise

The aerodynamic sources acting on a car side window, generally defined as the small wavelength sources such as turbulent eddies and boundary layer structures, are generally much larger in amplitude than the acoustic sources, those with longer wavelengths. So naturally you would expect that the aerodynamic sources have a much greater contribution on vehicle interior ...
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