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Is vehicle virtual prototyping possible? Predict your car’s NVH performance.

Virtual prototyping: fiction or reality? Learn how you can predict the vehicle’s noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) performance before it…

The interior of the Karma Revero electric car is sleek and acoustically optimized.

Adopt a people-centric approach to electric vehicle sound engineering

How does your electric vehicle sound? Discover why Simcenter adopts a people-centric approach to the NVH performance engineering of electric…


SimRod experience: structural dynamics engineering

Learn how Simcenter tools allow engineers to evaluate and balance different performance attributes within one platform for Structural Dynamics Engineering.

Component-based transfer path analysis

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Component-based transfer path analysis allows to leverage measured modular component models into full-vehicle noise predictions.

Simcenter Testlab 2019.1: NVH Synthesis component-based TPA

Simcenter Testlab 2019.1 introduces new technologies such as NVH syntehsis and component-based TPA to advance the NVH product development.

Why transfer path analysis is not established technology

280.000.000 results. That’s what you get when typing ‘transfer path analysis’ in Google Search. No wonder. The TPA methodology exists for over 20 years and is widely applied across all industries. Ho…

Reduce test setup time & boost FRF testing with Qsources

To manufacturers, properly assessing the  acoustic performance of a new vehicle design is of prime importance. And so is fast and accurate FRF testing.
In order to evaluate and quanti…

Setting up LMS QSources right the first time

I remember getting Legos for six straight birthdays when I was young.
Back then; the fierce anticipation to finish my next miniature masterpiece was much greater than the patience I could foster to…