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Tutorials and Model Library

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CEM-HF Parameters Setting
Basic recommendations (guidelines) for the setting of major CEM-HF parameters
Electromagnetics

How to calibrate EWK from tensile test data
Guidelines to prepare EWK model in PAM-STAMP
Sheet Metal Forming

Presto Tutorials
This is a set of basic tutorials to introduce the user to ESI Presto's capabilities.

HVAC Duct - FE acoustic
This FE model is representative of a HVAC cylindrical duct. The aim of this model is to predict average sound pressure along the duct by recovering data on several locations of the duct.
Vibro-Acoustics

Transmission loss in a cover - Hybrid FE-SEA model
This Hybrid FE-SEA model is representative of an aluminum cover. The outlet face of the cover is excited by a diffuse acoustic field. The aim is to compute the transmission loss between the DAF on the outlet face and the semi-infinite fluid (SIF) in the...
Vibro-Acoustics

Loudspeaker - FE-BEM model
This FE-BEM model is representative of a generic loudspeaker. The aim of this model is to predict low-frequency noise generated by the loudspeaker due to mechanical excitation . The loudspeaker is represented by its structure (speaker box) with an...
Vibro-Acoustics

Helicopter - BEM-FMM model
This model is representative of a simplified helicopter structure subjected to a monopole load applied in the exterior air space and represented by a BEM fluid. The aim of this model is to predict pressure distribution at a frequency of 1000 Hz. The...
Vibro-Acoustics

Factory building - SEA model
This SEA model is representative of a generic factory building. The aim of this model is to predict sound pressure distribution due to airborne noise generated by the heavy machinery in the building interior.
Vibro-Acoustics

Escavator CAB - SEA model
This SEA model is representative of an excavator cab. The aim of this model is to predict energy flow and sound pressure in the cabin interior due to structure-borne noise.
Vibro-Acoustics

Elevator Cabin - Hybrid FE-SEA Model
This Hybrid FE-SEA model is representative of an elevator. The aim of this model is to predict structural velocity response of the frame holding the cabin (FE structural modes contribution) and sound pressure in the cabin interior space (Hybrid FE-SEA )...
Vibro-Acoustics