Program - Noise and Vibration Conference & Exhibition - Noise and Vibration Conference & Exhibition

Noise and Vibration Conference & Exhibition

June 10-13, 2019 │ Grand Rapids, MI, USA

Explore the Possibilities with Noise, Vibration, and Harshness

The Noise and Vibration Conference & Exhibition is the premier technical event dedicated to mobility, noise management, vibration reduction and harshness. Build your professional network at the 4-day forum where leading automotive, commercial vehicle, and aerospace professionals share the latest technologies surrounding NVH and sound quality.

NVH issues are critical to consumer satisfaction and safety, and greatly affect the bottom line of all OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers. Join more than 1,000 mobility professionals and learn how industry pacesetters are addressing challenges such as noise source identification, vibration prevention, and harshness reduction.

 

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Event Workshops

Engineering for Automotive Pass-by and Minimum Noise Requirements

June 10, 2019
2:40 - 4:00 p.m.

This workshop will highlight the engineering solutions available to support the vehicle development with a focus on noise requirements. After introducing the regulations for field pass-by noise, indoor pass-by noise and minimum noise for electric vehicles, it will also present the challenges posed when trying to meet these regulations together with other internal or customer requirements for sound quality and performance.
 

Hybrid & Electric Vehicles Systems – How to Resolve Issues Relating to System Integration and evaluate multi-attribute Trade-offs like NVH and Drivability

June 10, 2019
2:40 - 4:00 p.m.

This workshop will provide a high-level of understanding of the hybridization and electrification technologies implemented in the recent vehicle platforms. It also covers the complexity of the hybrid and electric architecture in conjunction with their corresponding components such as the battery pack, motors and power electronics.

An Overview on NVH Measurements Made Easy Workshop

June 10, 2019
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

The workshop will outline multiple easy to use methods that will help in understanding measurement quality and how to reach the goals, with the proper accuracy. A focus on “no-box” approaches will expand your toolbox for NVH measurement and analysis!

Fundamentals of Acoustical Materials & Vehicle Applications Workshop

June 10, 2019
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

This workshop will cover fundamentals of acoustical materials and basics of noise control for engineers who are new in the field of noise and vibration. It will also discuss application examples to reduce noise in electric vehicles and Class A vehicles by experts from the automotive industry.

Fundamentals and Insights of Sound Quality Engineering Workshop

June 12, 2019
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

This workshop will begin with a new, unique step back from the usual foreground topics of sound quality to consider “the forest instead of the trees:” what the human brain on Soundscape does, to reset understandings. This is taught to introduce the practice of sound quality engineering to clarify for any sound quality engineer what happens in perception and what to do. Following this start the topics will be simple yet refocused and reorganized: analyses in frequency and in time; performing two or more simultaneous measurements to quantify according to the human receiver, and a variety of straightforward tips proven fruitful.

Fundamentals of Structure Borne NVH Workshop (Sponsored by Altair)

June 12, 2019
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

This workshop covers the fundamental NVH Source-Path-Receiver concepts. Since its inception in 2003, the SB NVH workshop has been a primer for the newly initiated NVH Engineer covering isolation and attenuation principles including practical methods for reducing noise and vibration.

The Fundamentals of Muffler and Silencer Design Workshop

June 12, 2019
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

This workshop will summarize a) plane wave simulation techniques, b) numerical simulation using finite and boundary element methods, c) analysis of catalysts and diesel particulate filters, d) source models, e) muffler testing, and f) special concerns for the analysis of large silencers.

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