Assessing Design Concepts for NVH Using HYFEX (Hybrid Finite Element/Experimental) Modeling 951249
This paper outlines several methodologies which use finite element and experimental models to predict vehicle NVH responses. Trimmed body experimental modal subsystem models are incorporated into the finite element system model to evaluate engine mounting systems for low frequency vibration problems. Higher frequency noise issues related to road input are evaluated using experimentally derived acoustic transfer functions combined with finite element subsystem model responses.
Specific examples of system models built to simulate idle shake and road noise are given. Applications to engine mounting, suspension design, and body structure criteria are discussed.
Citation: Voutyras, M., Thomson, K., Alghanem, J., Goetchius, G. et al., "Assessing Design Concepts for NVH Using HYFEX (Hybrid Finite Element/Experimental) Modeling," SAE Technical Paper 951249, 1995, https://doi.org/10.4271/951249. Download Citation
Mark Voutyras, Kevin Thomson, Jamal Alghanem, Greg Goetchius, Walter Wolf
SAE Noise and Vibration Conference and Exposition
Proceedings of the 1995 Noise and Vibration Conference-P-291