Tag - finite element analysis

19
May

Weight Reduction of an Engine Mount

Trelleborg is a global automotive supplier that offers sealing, damping, and protection solutions to the automotive industry. To reach their goal of complying with CO2 regulation, Trelleborg uses material modeling and simulation software.   Challenge To comply with CO2 regulations (2015: 130g   2020: 95g) To reduce the average weight of a car by 200 kg ...
3
May

Multidisciplinary Solutions For Brake Squeal

Although engineers have started to use simulation software to test brake squeal, its complex nature usually requires more than one different software and discipline. This makes it difficult to transfer data from one software to another and to work in different environments. To address complex brake squeal in one environment, multidisciplinary solutions (MD) can be used. ...
2
May

Acoustic Simulation Helps Airbus Reduce Aircraft Noise

Airplane noise is an important factor for airlines to consider due to several industry changes in recent years. Increased competition, more air traffic, and construction of communities near airports has created several new issues for aerospace engineers to take into consideration, including quality perception from customers and new regulations from both local and federal governments.  Turbofan ...
27
Apr

Acoustic Simulation for the Aeronautical Industry

  Acoustic Simulation For the Aeronautical Industry   With the expansion of air travel around the world, competition between airlines has become much tougher. Airplane companies are under constant pressure from governments around the world to reduce noise and from consumers to reduce the cost of air travel. For many companies, noise is a chronic ...
26
Apr

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 ...
22
Apr

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 ...
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