Aim: the aim of the workshop is to introduce state of the art methods for the prediction of noise and vibration developed during recent EPSRC-funded research. Numerical and experimental methods will be presented in a tutorial style. New ways of integrating experimental and numerical vibro-acoustic models will be described and illustrated by practical case studies including an industrial case study to be presented by Dyson.
Applications: vibro-acoustic modelling and design, product design, building acoustics and vibration.
Who should attend: consultants, acoustic and vibration engineers, researcher in vibro-acoustic measurement and modelling. The techniques presented are relevant for applications including automotive, aerospace, buildings, domestic appliances, marine, offshore and others.
10:00 Welcome and Introduction - Andy Moorhouse, University of Salford
10:05 Experimental methods for vibro-acoustics - Andy Moorhouse, University of Salford
10:35 FEM, SEA and the Hybrid Method - Robin Langley, University of Cambridge
11:30 Embedding measured data in a Hybrid model, Arnau Clot, University of Cambridge
13:30 Case study 1 - Andy Elliott, University of Salford
14:00 Dealing with uncertainties - Josh Meggitt, University of Salford
15:00 Dyson Case Study - Guy Banwell, Dyson
15:30 Discussion and questions - All
James Dyson Building, University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, CB2 1QA
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