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
Find more information on the conference website