NVH assessment of intake and exhaust systems using 3D Acoustic simulation technologies

Air intake systems as well as exhaust systems are significant noise sources, which contribute to both interior and exterior noise of vehicles. For interior noise, reducing noise from intake systems and tuning the sound is key to optimize passenger comfort. For exterior noise characterization, legislation for pass-by-noise forms a major concern.

At the end, time will be reserved for a question and answer session to get further information on Fast Multipole BEM, LMS Virtual.Lab Acoustics and its technology.

The web seminar will give an overview of the different applications for intakes and exhausts, such as airborne and structure borne related noise. We'll highlight how the latest technologies integrated in Acoustics simulation software are applied to efficiently study the noise from intake and exhaust systems. Efficiency of the process, speed and accuracy of the solver will be shown and some specific topics, such as the influence of temperature and flow effects, will be addressed.

In this web seminar you will learn:

  • How to analyze the transmission loss of intake and exhaust systems
  • How different measures improve the acoustic performance of intake and exhaust systems
  • The effect of temperature, flow and perforations on the noise characteristics

Register (US session 11AM EST - European session 10AM CET) for this free LMS web seminar on June 24th.

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