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Webseminar - Aero-Acoustics: Flow Induced Noise Simulation
In this web seminar you will learn how to: - Model flow-induced noise. - Find the root cause of flow-induced noise problems fast - Improve the noise characteristics of your product and minimize design risk
Date: April 20, 2006
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Organizer: LMS International
Special Fields: Boundary Element Methods, Aeroacoustics & Noise
Softwares: LMS SYSNOISE, LMS Virtual.Lab
Type of Event: Online Event, International

Do your products suffer from flow-induced noise? Are you 
facing severe noise problems due to rotating blowers, fans 
or HVAC systems? Would you like to reduce noise at the 
design stage or quickly model the noise radiated by an 
open sunroof, wing mirrors or A-pillars, in order to 
improve your product quality? The aero-acoustics 
simulation tools from LMS help you evaluate the noise from 
unsteady flow phenomena like vortex shedding and turbulent 
boundary layers by coupling Computational Fluid Dynamics 
(CFD) methods with Computational Acoustics. The aero-
acoustics simulation tools from LMS offer a set of 
capabilities and user-friendly interfaces to transform the 
time-domain CFD data into equivalent aero-acoustics 
sources in the frequency domain. State-of-the-art acoustic 
BEM analyses will then return accurate predictions of the 
noise levels generated by these sources. Interfaces to 
leading CFD codes such as FLUENT, STAR-CD and CFX are 
Event record first posted on April 7, 2006, last modified on April 14, 2006

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