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Structure-borne sound and vibration, Vibro acoustics, Virtual acoustic prototypes, Low frequency sound
Vibro-acoustics is now an essential aspect of design for many products, for example in automotive and aerospace engineering and domestic products. However, whilst computer design aids are highly advanced in many areas, it... more >>.
Many measurement approaches in acoustics and vibration rely on inverse methods to obtain unknown inputs or system properties from measured outputs. For example, methods like inverse force synthesis are able to probe insid... more >>.
The concept of Virtual Acoustic Prototypes (VAPs) is explained and is illustrated with examples. A VAP is a computer representation of a machine (e.g. a lawnmower), such that it can be he... more >>.