Road and tyre noise present a significant challenge to vehicle manufacturers, particularly with the electrification of vehicles. This “Electrifying Challenges for Road and Tyre Noise” seminar offers an opportunity to discover and discuss recent novel experimental and analytical methods for understanding and controlling road noise transmission in vehicles, in addition to hearing case studies in the reduction of road noise both at the wheel and body of modern vehicles.
Engineering an Electric Vehicle for Road Noise – Abstract
Mark Burnett, HORIBA MIRA
Lightweight noise isolation concepts for electric vehicles – Abstract
Joe Oxenham, Autins
TPA-based road noise assessment method – Abstract
Andrew McQueen. Siemens
Doughnuts all sound the same so why don’t tyres? – Abstract
Alan Bennetts, Bay Systems
Combining Finite Elements (FEM), Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) and Measured Data in a Hybrid Tool for Vibro-Acoustic Simulation – Abstract
Prof Robin Langley, University of Cambridge and Prof Andy Moorhouse, University of Salford
Virtual replacement of mounts in a vehicle simulator of a Bentley – Abstract
Dr Andy Elliott, University of Salford and Graham Franks, BKSV.
Dynamic Response to Road Excitation and Noise Reduction – Abstract
Dr Weiji Wang, University of Sussex