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Old   June 19, 2018, 07:06
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Hi, I am a Mtech student.
I am doing my final year project on Vibro-acoustics topic and using Ansys Workbench to do acoustic analysis of a structural plate in reverberation chamber. I have to do acoustic induced structural vibration on the plate through acoustic but I am not getting how to simulate acoustic PSD through acoustic to get response on the structural.
Question: How to input acoustic pressure PSD through acoustic to get vibration response of structural plate using Ansys Workbench with Acoustic extension.?
Please help me.
Thanks, Anup

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