How do I perform vibro-acoustic design at high frequency using SEA
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In many cases acoustic engineering is performed at the prototype stage in industrial structures, which results in expensive rework and cost to meet noise targets. Simulation deployed early in the design cycle can contribute to a ‘get it right first time’ approach removing the need for post prototype interventions.
During this webinar we will import a CAD model of an elevator cabin from which we construct an SEA model capable of predicting interior noise in the cabin from structural and acoustic sources in the elevator shaft.
We then show this model being exercised to understand the effect of noise transfer paths and leaks found within the cabin structure. Further assessments will be made on the effect of internal wall and floor finishes (trim) on interior noise levels.
Attendees of this webinar will gain an understanding of how to create predictive SEA models of industrial structures and how to exercise these models at a point in the design cycle where inexpensive changes can be made to meet noise targets and as a consequence reduce the time to market through virtual prototyping.