Publication detail

Simulation and Experimental Tools For Powertrain Noise Reduction

AMBRÓZ, R. PÍŠTĚK, V. NOVOTNÝ, P. PROKOP, A.

Original Title

Simulation and Experimental Tools For Powertrain Noise Reduction

English Title

Simulation and Experimental Tools For Powertrain Noise Reduction

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The automotive industry has constantly been pursuing ways to reduce the vehicle noise and vibrations in response to the ever-increasing customer demand on comfort and government regulation on noise emission. The first stage of the noise prediction procedure is made to quantify noise levels for different design concepts and has to be available in time for the concept design decision. Due to shorten design phases it is nowadays necessary to evaluate the acoustic behaviour in the design phase based on CAEA data.

English abstract

The automotive industry has constantly been pursuing ways to reduce the vehicle noise and vibrations in response to the ever-increasing customer demand on comfort and government regulation on noise emission. The first stage of the noise prediction procedure is made to quantify noise levels for different design concepts and has to be available in time for the concept design decision. Due to shorten design phases it is nowadays necessary to evaluate the acoustic behaviour in the design phase based on CAEA data.

Keywords

Dynamics, NVH, vibration, noise

RIV year

2011

Released

08.09.2011

Publisher

TU v Žilině

Location

Žilina

Pages from

28

Pages to

36

Pages count

129

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT74043,
  author="Richard {Ambróz} and Václav {Píštěk} and Pavel {Novotný} and Aleš {Prokop}",
  title="Simulation and Experimental Tools For Powertrain Noise Reduction",
  annote="The automotive industry has constantly been pursuing ways to reduce the vehicle noise and vibrations in response to the ever-increasing customer demand on comfort and government regulation on noise emission. The first stage of the noise prediction procedure is made to quantify noise levels for different design concepts and has to be available in time for the concept design decision. Due to shorten design phases it is nowadays necessary to evaluate the acoustic behaviour in the design phase based on CAEA data.",
  address="TU v Žilině",
  chapter="74043",
  institution="TU v Žilině",
  journal="Technológ",
  number="3",
  volume="2011",
  year="2011",
  month="september",
  pages="28--36",
  publisher="TU v Žilině",
  type="journal article - other"
}