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2001-04-30

Rattle Noise Prediction of a Seat Belt Sensor Using Numerical Methods 2001-01-1551

This paper describes the use of numerical methods in the rattle noise prediction of a seat belt sensor mechanism, requiring the solution of transient and highly non-linear acoustic radiation parameters. Hence, the computational model involves flexible body dynamics and boundary element acoustic codes. The predicted sensor motion and the acoustic response have been correlated with experimental results.

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