Today more and more auto OEMs are seeking to distinguish their offering by adding cabin comfort as a differentiator. Designing the vehicle to obtain a desired sound for luxury or sport and eliminate disturbing noise requires mastering several noise sources including powertrain, HVAC, wind noise and their associated transfer paths. As the weight targets continue to go down to reduce a vehicle’s fuel consumption, the attenuation of unwanted noises in the cabin is becoming again more difficult as lighter panels are used for vehicle construction. In absence of an IC engine, the passengers in electric vehicles are also more subject to wind noise at lower vehicle speeds and to HVAC noise, related to the cabin climate control but also to the battery cooling. Join us for a webinar that's focused on the solutions offered by Siemens PLM software to simulate accurately and rapidly interior acoustics problems for vehicles
In this web seminar you will learn:
What is cabin noise composed of and how to simulate them individually?
How can I predict aero-acoustic noise contributions inside the cabin, such as wind noise and HVAC noise?
How to enhance the sound attributes of an existing the sound system?