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[01] Comparison of Objective Functions for Engine Mounts Optimization

[02] Comparison of Objective Functions for Engine Mounts Optimization

[03] BIW Damping Package Evaluation/Optimization Using FEA/SEA Combined Approach

[04] A new automated SEA tool for the analysis of interior noise of automobiles

[05] Using Simulation Technology to Evaluate and Demonstrate the Benefit of Laminated Glass

[06] Modeling Vibro-Acoustical Behavior of Cockpit Module Using Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) Method

[07] Analysis of Interior Noise of Vehicles Using An Automated SEA Model Building Tool – A Case Study

[08] Validation of the inverse method of acoustic material characterization

[09] Building 3D SEA Models from Templates Created using Efficient Model Building Tools – New Developments

[10] Rapid SEA Model Building Using Physical Measurements on Vehicles

[11] Full Vehicle SEA Model Uses Detailed Sound Package Definition To Predict Driver’s Headspace Acoustic Response

[12] Development of a Modeling Technique for Vehicle External Sound Field Using SEA

[13] Statistical energy analysis of a scroll compressor using Auto SEA and SEAM software

[14] Modelling of Transmission loss for trimmed vehicle components

[15] Theoretical Foundation for the Modeling of Transmission Loss for Trimmed Panels

[16] Modeling the Vibro-Acoustic Effect of Trim on Full Vehicle and Component Level Analysis

[17] Building SEA Predictive Models to Support Vibro-Acoustic Ship Design

[18] Investigation of the Vibrational and the Flow-Induced Sound Due to the Turbulent Flow Over Different Plate Structures

[19] Full Frequency Transmission Loss Modeling Using FEM, BEM, SEA and “FE/SEA Coupled”

[20] Interior Noise Structureborne Path Prediction in a High Speed Train Using FE/SEA Hybrid Modelling Methodologies

[21] Interior Structureborne Noise Prediction of the Cabin of a High Speed Train using FE-SEA Hybrid methods

[22] Effect of Beading on Radiated Noise

[23] Integrated Vibro-acoustic Calculation Procedure of Composite Structures using Coupled Finite and Boundary Element Method

[24] Acoustic Trim Modelling: Traditional Spring/Mass System vs Biot Theory

[25] Predicting Noise Radiation for Full Frequency Engine Design

[26] “FE/SEA Coupled” A breakthrough in Aerospace, Rail, Automotive and Ship Noise Prediction (Vessel noise aspects)

[27] Predicting the Effect of Engine Structural Design Changes on Radiated Noise for Full Frequency Spectrum

[28] Design of Acoustic Insulation in Ships Based on Predictive vibro-acoustic Models

[29] Windnoise: Coupling Wind Tunnel Test Data or CFD Simulation to Full Vehicle Vibro-Acoustic Models

[30] Windnoise: Coupling Flow Data to Full Vehicle Vibro-Acoustic Models

[31] Using VTM (Vehicle Trim Modeler) to Represent Acoustic Trim Effect on Full Vehicle Level

[32] Combined Effect of Beads and Carpet on Structureborne Sound Radiated from an Automobile Floor

[33] Holistic Approach to Automotive Floor Design: Considering Structural Construction, Beads, Damping Layers and Acoustic Trim Simultaneously to Improve Floor Design

[34] Predicting Interior Noise due to Fluctuating Surface Pressures from Exterior Flows

[35] Modeling Interior Noise Due To Fluctuating Surface Pressures From Exterior Flows

[36] Predicting underwater sound radiation and directivity pattern of vibrating structures in deep and shallow water

[37] Modeling Water Loading And Underwater Sound Radiation Of Vibrating Structures In Deep And Shallow Waters

[38] Recent advances in shallow waters sound radiation modeling using FMM-BEM

[39] Modeling Interior Noise due to Fluctuating Surface Pressures from Exterior flows

[40] On the use of Full-Frequency Vibro-Acoustic models for windnoise predictions

[41] Seabed Topology And Material Composition Effects On Underwater Sound Radiation Of A 70m Steel Hull Vessel

[42] Windgeräusch eines generischen Fahrzeugmodells: Synchrone Nahfeld-Fernfeld und Fernfeld-Innenraum Messungen sowie Simulationen

[43] Full Frequency Noise And Vibration Control Onboard Ships

[44] Wind Noise Source Characterization and How It Can Be Used To Predict Vehicle Interior Noise

[45] Prediction of Structureborne Noise in a Fully Trimmed Vehicle Using Poroelastic Finite Elements Method (PEM)

[46] Validation of a wind noise source characterization method for vehicle interior noise prediction

[47] Combining CFD/FEM/BEM/SEA to Predict Interior Vehicle Wind Noise – Validation Case Hyundai BMT4

[48] “FE/SEA Coupled”, 10 years after first implementation

[49] Predicting a room sound field to derive speech intelligibility criteria. Application to Deutsche Bahn test train cabin

[50] Using HPC BEM to Resolve Large Wind Noise Problems

[51] Resolving A Large Windnoise Case Using HPC BEM

[52] Wind Noise Contribution to Vehicle Interior SPL – Case study

[53] Combining Modeling Methods to Accurately Predict Wind Noise Contribution

[54] Coupling CFD,FEM,BEM,PEM and SEA to Improve Acoustics in Vehicles, 10 years after first implementation

[55] Applying Complex Turbulent Cross-Correlation Function to an SEA Side Glass to Predict Interior Wind Noise