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Cabin & Cockpit of the Future: Meeting Brand Objectives for Aircraft Acoustics

TYPE: Webinar
LENGTH: 30min

Quiet as a mouse - To enhance an optimal passenger experience, it is critical to ensure that aircraft interiors meet the cabin brand acoustic targets whilst minimizing its weight.

Aircraft interior noises arise from exterior sources transmitted through a variety of paths into the interior, coupled with on board noise sources such as HVAC, pumps and generators.

This has the potential to greatly reduce the passenger’s comfort. Engineering simulation is essential to meet acoustic requirements without hindering the on-time certification and production targets.

Join our upcoming webinar to discover how virtual acoustic prototyping can provide answers early in the design cycle to avoid costly late interventions.

KEY TOPICS

  • Ensure optimal cabin & cockpit acoustic comfort
  • Performing virtual acoustic modelling to meet operator acoustics targets for cabin brands
  • Ensuring PA systems (Speech Clarity) perform to safety expectations
  • Design cabin interiors to meet weight and cost constraints

PRESENTERS

Massimiliano Calloni, VA Product Marketing Manager at ESI Group. Dott. Ing. Massimiliano Calloni has a M.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering obtained at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. He has more than 20 years’ experience in Noise and Vibration and he worked as a consultant for both test and simulation at AgustaWestland Helicopters for six years. He works in Business development at ESI Group in the role of VA Product Marketing Manager and support activities in Europe and Asia with emphasis on Italy, India, China, Korea and Japan.

Trevor Edwards, VA Global Business Development Manager at ESI Group. Trevor ensures that the product’s focus meets the evolving user requirements. With over 25 years’ experience working in vibro-acoustics, Trevor has created many knowledge exchange forums to widen awareness of vibro-acoustics solutions across the industry spectrum. He obtained an Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Aston in Birmingham, UK.