Numerical Methods for Predicting Noise and Vibration in Complex Systems

Posted in Computational Acoustics, Events, Vibro-acoustics

  • Jan 14 - Jan 15, 2021
  • 12:30 — 12:15
  • Webinar
  • Website

Massive reduction in fuel consumption and costs are foreseen by the use of advanced lightweight composite materials in the coming decades. However, composite structures exhibit poor acoustic isolation levels compared to conventional metallic materials. There is thus an urgent need for the development of novel materials and reliable modelling and design approaches for silent and lightweight multifunctional sound packages. As part of the No2Noise training network, we aim to develop efficient high-fidelity, high-frequency numerical simulation tools to predict noise and vibration transfer in and through multifunctional composites having poroelastic inclusions.

The workshop will bring together leading experts giving an overview over the state-of-the art of noise and vibration modelling in complex structures. The Programme for this workshop is here: Agenda NSC3 N2N FINAL

Registration: Open to all. Download the invitation from here.

 

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