15-19 June 2020 10:00 - 12:00 am CEST.

Product sound quality is more than ever a key technological differentiator.

The increased awareness of noise pollution combined with an acceleration of more stringent noise regulations challenges every industry sector. Innovation is required to meet new customers' expectations and state regulations. 

Accuracy, performance, usability, and openness, are software characteristics engineers from all industries are looking for in order to make the most of the outcomes of the simulation during all phases of product design and manufacturing.

We invite you to join us for an online events series dedicated to Acoustics. During this events series, both the acoustic industrial challenges as well as their existing modeling approach will be reviewed through a combination of industrial case studies, Actran concepts explanations, and live demos. 

  


Agenda
Day 1 - Industrial Context & Challenges

Monday 15 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

Analysis of current trends impacting acoustic engineering and noise-related regulations across industries. 

Introduction to existing solutions for efficient acoustic predictions during design phases or firefighting scenarios.

Day 2 - Acoustic Radiation

Tuesday 16 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

Understanding the variety of applications involving acoustic radiation analysis as well as the required input data for CAE 

model set-up.  

Review of typical Actran analysis definition involving structural, multi-body dynamics, or electro-magnetic results.

Live demonstration of acoustic post-processing and analysis modification to represent realistic environment

scenarios. 

Day 3 - Acoustic Transparency

Wednesday 17 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

How to achieve interior noise comfort or great room-to-room acoustic insulation performances? 

Learn how to virtually reproduce transmission loss tests and study the influence of materials, acoustic foam

and geometrical modifications. 

Day 4 - Duct Acoustics

Thursday 18 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

Acoustic propagation in ducts is involved in a variety of applications from ventilation systems to engine exhaust lines. 

Temperature, flow, aero-acoustic sources or complex dissipation mechanisms in narrow channels are all effects engineers

and designers need to be able to account for. 

Day 5 - Introduction to Actran JumpStart

Friday 19 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

During this session, we will wrap up the week and present the Actran JumpStart package. A compact, yet complete package with essential theory and practice on small application cases. 


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15-19 June 2020 10:00 - 12:00 am CEST.


Product sound quality is more than ever a key technological differentiator.

The increased awareness of noise pollution combined with an acceleration of more stringent noise regulations challenges every industry sector. Innovation is required to meet new customers' expectations and state regulations. 

Accuracy, performance, usability, and openness, are software characteristics engineers from all industries are looking for in order to make the most of the outcomes of the simulation during all phases of product design and manufacturing.

We invite you to join us for an online events series dedicated to Acoustics. During this events series, both the acoustic industrial challenges as well as their existing modeling approach will be reviewed through a combination of industrial case studies, Actran concepts explanations, and live demos. 

  


Agenda
Day 1 - Industrial Context & Challenges

Monday 15 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

Analysis of current trends impacting acoustic engineering and noise-related regulations across industries. 

Introduction to existing solutions for efficient acoustic predictions during design phases or firefighting scenarios.

Day 2 - Acoustic Radiation

Tuesday 16 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

Understanding the variety of applications involving acoustic radiation analysis as well as the required input data for CAE 

model set-up.  

Review of typical Actran analysis definition involving structural, multi-body dynamics, or electro-magnetic results.

Live demonstration of acoustic post-processing and analysis modification to represent realistic environment

scenarios. 

Day 3 - Acoustic Transparency

Wednesday 17 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

How to achieve interior noise comfort or great room-to-room acoustic insulation performances? 

Learn how to virtually reproduce transmission loss tests and study the influence of materials, acoustic foam

and geometrical modifications. 

Day 4 - Duct Acoustics

Thursday 18 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

Acoustic propagation in ducts is involved in a variety of applications from ventilation systems to engine exhaust lines. 

Temperature, flow, aero-acoustic sources or complex dissipation mechanisms in narrow channels are all effects engineers

and designers need to be able to account for. 

Day 5 - Introduction to Actran JumpStart

Friday 19 June - 10:00 - 12:00 AM CEST

During this session, we will wrap up the week and present the Actran JumpStart package. A compact, yet complete package with essential theory and practice on small application cases. 


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