Application of finite element analysis (FEA), boundary element analysis, or computational fluid dynamics simulation techniques to product design is well established in many industry sectors for fundamental static, thermal and dynamic environments.
There are a number of methods reported with respect to Vibro-Acoustics and Shock excitation, classical methods, FEA, boundary elements and Statistical Energy Methods.
Is there a coherent summary of the methods and benchmarks that illustrate and verify the application of these techniques such that the methods can be as routinely applied as a design tool?
Modelling Vibro-Acoustics: Why, How What and WhereNext? - An overview of the workshop theme and possible issues for discussion
Colin McCulloch, Dynamic Structures and Systems Limited
Vibro-Acoustic Analysis of Spacecraft Structures, Tools and Methodologies
J. Santiago Prowald & I. Ngan, European Space Agency
Air-Borne and Structure-Borne Noise Analysis in a Luxury Yacht
Kevin Hamson, Frazer-Nash Consultancy
Railway Vibro-Acoustic Analysis
Chris Jones, ISVR Southampton University
High Frequency Acoustic Analysis via Energy Finite Elements
Jesus Blanco, Advanced Analysis Ltd
Waves and Finite Element Analysis
Yoshiyuki Waki, ISVR, Southampton University
Vibro and Aero-Acoustic Simulations
Jean-Louis Migeot, FFT, Louvain-la-Neuve
Innovative Solutions for Low, Mid and High Frequency Vibro-Acoustic Simulation
Trevor Edwards, ESI
Innovative Solver Technology to Beat the Boundary Element Computational Bottleneck
Peter Segaert, LMS CAE Division
Applications of Coupled Fluid-Structure Acoustics
Reinhard Helfrich, INTES
The workshop included presentations on Vibro Acoustics and Shock simulation techniques from users and vendors. There was opportunity to discuss the maturity of Vibro Acoustics and Shock modelling and analyses tools and identify the scope of future developments to encourage the effective application of the techniques to product design for Vibro-Acoustics and Shock excitation.