Webinars & Multimedia

Simulation Solutions to Mitigate Factory Machinery Noise

Webinars & Multimedia ID    WM342
Status:    Published
Published date:    09/19/2016
Updated:    08/21/2017
Reported In:   Actran
Created with Version:   Actran


In the last decade, stringent noise standards for quieter residential and work environment have been forcing design engineers to pay closer attention to the noise generated by factory equipment. It is imperative to assess noise performance of factory equipment as early as possible to avoid expensive retrofitting costs.

Actran, the acoustic simulation tool from MSC Software, offers a cost efficient and effective solution to evaluate and optimize acoustic performance of the machinery. With its extensive capabilities to accurately model the complex noise sources and environment, Actran can be used to mitigate the noise emissions, helping to create a quieter and healthier workplace.

Join a webinar for an overview of the capabilities of Actran for this type of applications, along with several industrial case studies.

Date and Time: September 27, 2016 at 10:00 AM Eastern
Duration: 45 minutes

Presented by: Dr. Diego Copiello, Product Marketing Manager, FFT
Webinar Host: Dr. Srinivas Reddy, Sr. Product Marketing Manager

Join this webinar to learn about...

  • Understand, analyze and identify factory equipment noise sources
  • Learn the methodology and techniques for predicting noise propagation
  • Learn the methodology for mitigating machinery noise issues

Who Should Attend?

  • CAE Analysts
  • Product Design Engineers
  • Engineering Managers

About Actran
This Software, based on the finite element method, is currently used by engineers worldwide to improve both acoustic performances of their products as well as the efficiency of the development process. Actran is perfectly suited for studying aeroacoustic and vibroacoustic response of factory equipment.

Following the presentation, you will be able to join in a live Q&A to have your specific questions answered.

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