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How can I model interior noise in Aircraft or Helicopter fuselage

How can I model interior noise in Aircraft or Helicopter fuselage
Prediction of Interior noise level within an aircraft fuselage, arising from both induced flow and mechanical sources are an important aspect of aircraft design.  Let ESI VA engineers show you how vibro acoustic models can be quickly created from differing... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How can I model underwater radiation

How can I model underwater radiation
Underwater radiation is fast becoming an important aspect of marine design due to pressure from the environmental lobby to introduce legislation aimed at protecting both the marine environment and marine ecology. This webinar will demonstrate how VA One... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How can I model Muffler radiation taking into account flow and thermal effects

How can I model Muffler radiation taking into account flow and thermal effects
Ducts and mufflers come into contact with gases that flow through from source to the open environment. This flow exhibits a mean flow component and an acoustic pressure component which results in convected acoustic wave propagation. See how VA One working... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I create automation scripts to increase effectiveness of noise simulation

How do I create automation scripts to increase effectiveness of noise simulation
As noise engineering moves from highly specialized acoustic simulation groups to engineering development functions, there comes a need to have access to automation tools that can be deployed by designers who need answers quickly. The use of automated tools... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I use CFD time histories to perform vibro acoustic analysis

How do I use CFD time histories to perform vibro acoustic analysis
Flow induced noise is a major contributor to both interior noise and environmental noise, from fans and ducts, in transportation. Currently, flow induced noise engineering is performed using methods like physical test wind tunnels and noise laboratories,... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I perform vibro-acoustic design at high frequency using SEA

How do I perform vibro-acoustic design at high frequency using SEA
In many cases acoustic engineering is performed at the prototype stage in industrial structures, which results in expensive rework and cost to meet noise targets. Simulation deployed early in the design cycle can contribute to a ‘get it right first time’... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How can I estimate the Speech Transmissibility Index

How can I estimate the Speech Transmissibility Index
Speech clarity is regarded as a strategic product differentiator by manufacturers in markets where a high quality of experience is desired and noise is of specific importance. During this webinar, we demonstrate the Speech Clarity Module of VA One. This... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I model acoustic treatments to balance weight reduction and cost with vibro-acoustic requirements

How do I model acoustic treatments to balance weight reduction and cost with vibro-acoustic requirements
Vibro-acoustic engineers responsible for controlling noise transmission use noise control treatments extensively. However, designers are challenged to control both cost and weight when deploying these materials. In addition the properties of these... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How can I perform Industrial Cabin Noise Simulation using VA One

How can I perform Industrial Cabin Noise Simulation using VA One
An industrial cabin is a working environment and because of this it can subject to noise regulations. This can dictate noise thresholds in enclosed working environments and can also be directly related to operator productivity. Cabin noise can arise from a... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How can I build predictive noise models of marine vessels and structures

How can I build predictive noise models of marine vessels and structures
Large, lightweight space structures, such as antennas, deployed in space programs, need detailed qualifications to ensure they can withstand the aggressive force experienced during a launch. A VA One model of a space antenna will be used to demonstrate how... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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