SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING DESIGN

NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL IN SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING DESIGN 8 NOVEMBER 2018 NOVOTEL, 1 WEST QUAY ROAD, SOUTHAMPTON SO15 1RA
Organised by the Noise and Vibration Engineering Group
NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL IN SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING DESIGN
THURSDAY 8 NOVEMBER 2018
NOVOTEL, 1 WEST QUAY ROAD, SOUTHAMPTON SO15 1RA
 

As world culture develops improved understanding of the need to preserve our environment, the expectations of consumers and legislators are pivoting towards sustainable products and services. This provides a new set of challenges for engineers working to deliver noise and vibration solutions. This meeting provides a unique opportunity to meet with peers from a wide range of industries to gain new perspectives on how to rise to the challenge of sustainable noise and vibration engineering.

0915       Registration and refreshments

0945       Welcome
 
Morning session chaired by Nathan Thomas
1000       Acoustic design of lightweight cabin walls for cruise ships
 Malcolm Smith, ISVR Consulting, University of Southampton, Tom Royle, Wizz Consultancy
 
1030       Validating Vehicle Designs for NVH using Driving Simulators
Ashley Gillibrand, Craig Edwards, Gavin Stout, Jaguar Landrover
 
1100       Refreshments
 
1130       Conceptual design of mufflers using Actran optimisation scripting
Erika Quaranta, Simon Roberts, Malcolm Smith, ISVR Consulting, University of Southampton
 
1200      The use of Statistical Energy Method (SEA) to help optimise the sound package desgn within a refined vehicle
Steve Fisher Jaguar LandRover .
 
1230       Lunch
 
Afternoon session chaired by Ashley Gillibrand
 
1330       Case Study: New Energy Centre at Marlowe Road Estate Regeneration –   Sustainable Noise Control Design & Ventilation Strategy under an onerous planning condition
Josh H Wilson, RPS Planning & Environment
 
1400       Re-engineering the Airblade V hand dryer
Nathan Thomas, Kondwani Kanjere, Dyson
 
1430       Refreshments
 
1450       Panel discussion on the critical sustainability issues facing our industries, including:
  • What new noise and vibration challenges are on the horizon due to changes in legislation?
  • How will the skillset of noise and vibration engineers need to change, to meet the needs of a sustainable future?
  • What industry trends do we expect (power density / smaller / lighter / recycled materials), and how will this impact noise and vibration engineering?
1600       Close
08 November 2018
Novotel
1 West Quay Road
Southampton, SO15 1RA
Event Fee(s)
IOA Members £ 183.00
Non-Members £ 222.00
IOA Young Members £ 95.00
Students £ 90.00
Retired Members £ 90.00
IOA Sponsors £ 146.00

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Event Fee(s)
IOA Members £ 183.00
Non-Members £ 222.00
IOA Young Members £ 95.00
Students £ 90.00
Retired Members £ 90.00
IOA Sponsors £ 146.00