Applied acoustics for the engineer
This course offers industry engineers, especially transportation engineers, an introduction to digital and experimental acoustics and vibration tools and their integration into the design process.
The course lasts 4.5 days (30 hours) and includes:
- 13 lectures
- 7 sessions with application exercises
- 1 panel discussion
The course focuses on:
- the physical understanding of the phenomena
- the implementation of methodologies used in design studies
Each topic leads to a presentation followed by tutorials.
At the final panel discussion, learners will have the opportunity to present their own issues.
Course level: Basic
Basic knowledge of theoretical acoustics, vibration mechanics, signal processing and digital analysis is desirable.
Research Engineer in Acoustics at ONERA/DMAE, Toulouse
With the collaboration of specialists from ONERA and the aeronautical sector.
- General acoustics
- Pressure, intensity, power
- Types of acoustic waves
- Acoustic radiation
- Acoustic circuits
- Room and conduit acoustics
- Vibration dynamics of beams/plates
- Acoustic radiation of plates
- Acoustic transmission of plates (homogeneous, double-walled, composite sandwich)
- External (free field propagation)
- Internal (guided environment propagation)
- Introduction to experimental methods
- Modal analysis
- Acoustic intensity
- Acoustic antennas
- Introduction to digital vibro- and aeroacoustic methods
- Finite elements and border elements
- Hybrid methods
- Stability studies
- Aeronautical and automotive acoustics
- Standards and certification procedures
- Associated noise reductions
- Acoustic quality
- Anatomy and physiology of the auditory system
- Introduction to psychoacoustics
- Criteria for assessing sound sensation
- Perception tests - Sound design
- Measuring equipment
- Noise reduction solutions
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE: 7 to 11 October 2019
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,660 excluding tax (20% VAT)