PREDICTING NOISE AND VIBRATION

NEW METHODS FOR PREDICTING NOISE AND VIBRATION WEDNESDAY 1 MAY 2019 THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL
NEW METHODS FOR PREDICTING
NOISE AND VIBRATION
WEDNESDAY 1 MAY 2019 
0930 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
JAMES DYSON BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE,
TRUMPINGTON STREET, CAMBRIDGE CB2 1QA

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.

Programme:

09:30    Registration and refreshments
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
11:05    Refreshments
11:30    Embedding measured data in a Hybrid model, Arnau Clot, University of Cambridge
12:00    Discussion
12:30    Lunch
13:30    Case study 1 - Andy Elliott, University of Salford
14:00    Dealing with uncertainties - Josh Meggitt, University of Salford
14:30    Refreshments
15:00    Dyson Case Study - Guy Banwell, Dyson
15:30    Discussion and questions - All
16:00    Close

 

James Dyson Building, University of Cambridge

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Cancellations are payable in full. In most cases it will be possible to transfer your registration to another person.
01 May 2019
James Dyson Building
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street
Cambridge, CB2 1QA
Event Fee(s)
Delegates £ 50.00
Dietary Requirements Please email linda.canty@ioa.org.uk £ 0.00

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