NVH analyses of powertrains: From excitation to noise radiation
Join ESI's WEBINAR on System Modeling
System simulation has been a proven method for many years for efficient analyses of vibrations in the powertrain – from excitation in the combustion engine (or torque ripple in an electric motor) to the suspension/mounting of the powertrain to the loads (driving resistance, propeller etc.). Combined with Finite Element Methods/Boundary Element Methods (FEM/BEM), this creates a powerful toolchain for the evaluation of NVH behavior in terms of comfort and noise ranging from the vibration source to sound radiation.
Highlights of the WEBINAR:
- Reducing vibrations perceptible to vehicle passengers for enhanced driving comfort
- Identifying critical torsional stresses in a powertrain to increase vehicle safety and operational life
- Minimizing undesired noise from powertrain components
Register now for the WEBINAR on Tuesday, July 10, 10:00 am (London); 11:00 am (Berlin); 2:30 pm (New Delhi); 5:00 pm (Beijing); 6:00 pm (Tokyo):