This webcast deals with aero-vibro-acoustics and explores how engineering simulation can be used to understand how turbulent flow acoustically excites structures in many transportation industry sectors. One of the main challenges in the development of aero-vibro-acoustic applications is simulating very wide frequency and wave-number ranges. Many tools have been developed to handle these problems and progress has been made, however, engineers are continually faced with the challenge of modeling the sources of noise in these types of problems.
This webcast introduces a new approach using STAR-CCM+ for handling these types of applications. Additionally, attendees learn how an aero-acoustics simulator combined with vibro-acoustics modeling can deliver an entirely new set of capabilities. Our invited speaker is Paul Bremner, who has played a lead role in aero-vibro-acoustics analysis since 1992. Paul is the Principal Consultant at aerohydroPLUS, providing expert knowledge in experimental and computationally-based analysis including CFD and SEA.