Could reverse engineering possibly serve another purpose than the one of creating insipid copies of well-engineering vehicles? Surely it can. Discover at the 2017 SAE Noise and Vibration Conference how a reversed engineering approach combining test and CAE (1D/3D) modelling helps fully understand and predict vehicle behavior with respect to driveline torsional oscillations and low-frequency booming noise and vibration. The investigation was carried out on a rear-wheel drive vehicle equipped with a centrifugal pendulum vibration absorber (CPVA) and delivers excellent results in a first step to accelerate system driven product development into a consolidated model-based system engineering framework.
Interested in more innovative noise and vibration engineering approaches?
Join us in the technical sessions or meet our Siemens experts on booth 233
Target Setting and Prediction for Cabin Noise and Vibration in Aircraft Development on Monday 12 June at 10:20 a.m.
Reverse engineering by combination of test and simulation methodologies for NVH investigation and improvement of a rear wheel drive vehicle on Tuesday 13 June at 10:00 a.m.
Fan Noise Prediction for Off-Highway vehicle on Wednesday 14 June at 08:30 a.m.
Study on the low frequency airborne noise from exhaust tailpipe into the vehicle interior on Wednesday 14 June at 2:30 p.m.
Assessment of Combustion Mechanical Noise Separation Techniques on a V8 Engine on Thursday 15 June at 10:30 a.m.
When? June 12-15, 2017
Where? Siemens Booth 233 - DeVos Place Convention Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA