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SAE technical paper series, Volume 951251.
This paper discusses a road noise analysis application on a passenger car. It involves a study of the interior noise in the car, which is explained in function... 
Road tests | Vibration | Noise
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 962489.
Vibro-acoustical optimization of vehicles is a complex task, due to the many interactions that exist between subcomponents and car body in a broad acoustical... 
Vehicles
eJournal
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, 11/1996, Volume 100, Issue 5, pp. 3172 - 3181
For low-frequency applications, a modal approach can be useful to describe vibro-acoustical coupling. Based on combined vibrational/acoustical frequency... 
Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology | Acoustics | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Technology | Science & Technology
Journal Article
International Modal Analysis Conference, 16th, Santa Barbara, CA; UNITED STATES; 2-5 Feb. 1998, 02/1998, pp. 26 - 29
Dynamical analysis of prototype components and assemblies is a very important step in design optimization for noise, vibration, and comfort applications. An... 
Conference Proceeding
Proceedings of the International Modal Analysis Conference - IMAC, ISSN 1046-6770, 1998, Volume 2, pp. 1213 - 1218
Conference Proceeding
International Modal Analysis Conference, 13th, Nashville, TN; UNITED STATES; 13-16 Feb. 1995, 02/1995, pp. 97 - 103
This paper presents a consolidation of the theory behind the vibro-acoustical modal model. The model formulation is shown to be a nonsymmetrical formulation.... 
Conference Proceeding
Illumina Technology Records - unstructured, 04/2006
Due to the trend to build more vehicle models on a common platform, body development is very often on the critical path in the automotive development process.... 
Conference Proceeding
Int Inst of Noise Control Eng/et al Proc of the 1994 Int Congress on Noise Control Eng Inter Noise 94 Noise-Quantity and Quality, Yokohama, Japan, 08/1994, Volume 1, pp. 653 - 653
To reduce noise levels inside automobiles, it becomes important to understand the energy transmission paths from the car suspension to the car interior... 
Journal Article
Proceedings of the International Modal Analysis Conference - IMAC, ISSN 1046-6770, 1997, Volume 2, pp. 1463 - 1468
Conference Proceeding
Acustica, ISSN 0001-7884, 09/1997, Volume 83, Issue 5, pp. 796 - 804
The subjective quality of sounds is a topic of increasing importance in the automotive industry. The first consideration when dealing with a specific noise... 
Technology | Acoustics | Science & Technology
Journal Article
International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC), 15th, Orlando, FL; UNITED STATES; 3-6 Feb. 1997, 02/1997, pp. 1463 - 1468
When performing FRF-based substructuring, one synthesizes the free-free FRFs of the individual substructures in order to predict the FRFs of the coupled... 
Conference Proceeding
Inst Noise Control/et al ACTIVE 95: Int Symp on Active Control of Sound and Vibration, Newport Beach, CA, 07/1995, pp. 755 - 755
When attempting to reduce the interior noise in automobiles, two active control approaches can be taken, involving the use of acoustical exciter systems or... 
Journal Article
AGARD, Impact of Acoustic Loads on Aircraft Structures 11 p (SEE N95-19142 05-71); INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION, 01/1994
In order to investigate the contribution of individual sources and source transmission paths, a method referred to as 'Transfer Path Analysis' has been... 
Conference Proceeding
01/1997
For the prediction of the vibro-acoustical vehicle behavior up to higher frequency ranges, modal approaches are not very applicable. Hybrid frequency response... 
Report
SAE technical paper series, 10/1996, Volume 1996-, Issue October
Journal Article
SAE transactions, ISSN 0096-736X, 1/1996, Volume 105, pp. 2075 - 2084
The subjective quality of sounds is a topic of increasing importance in the automotive industry. The first consideration is to describe the perceptual... 
Design engineering | Vibration | Acoustical engineering | Acoustic noise | Engine noise | Signal noise | Sound | Automobiles | Modeling | Automotive engineering
Journal Article
05/1995, SAE Technical Paper Series
This paper discusses a road noise analysis application on a passenger car. It involves a study of the interior noise in the car, which is explained in function... 
Technical Report
Int Inst of Noise Control Eng/et al Proc of the 1994 Int Congress on Noise Control Eng Inter-Noise 94: Noise-Quantity and Quality, Yokohama, Japan, 08/1994, Volume 3, pp. 2023 - 2023
Automobile noise up to 300 Hz consists mainly of structure-borne noise, which is caused by structural excitation of the body through the suspension. The... 
Journal Article
SAE technical paper series, 10/1996, Volume 1996-, Issue October
Journal Article
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