Acoustics and Vibrations Analysis

Thursday, March 13th, 2014 - 2:00 p.m. EDTPerforated Muffler


Considering acoustics and vibrations is an important aspect of the accurate design of devices, such as microphones, speakers, and sensors. The optimal, controlled, and correct functioning of the simulated application is also ensured by considering and mitigating side effects such as vibratory displacement, resonances, and chatter.

This webinar will demonstrate how to use COMSOL Multiphysics to simulate acoustics in fluids and structural vibrations, and the ways these and other physics phenomena are coupled in mechanical and acoustics systems.

The webinar concludes with a Q&A session.

 

Simulation of a complex hybrid muffler in which the dissipative effects stem from acoustic losses in perforated pipes and plates.

 

John Falcioni, Editor-in-Chief, Mechanical Engineering Moderator: John G. Falcioni, Editor-in-Chief, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

John G. Falcioni is Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Mechanical Engineering, the flagship publication of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
 
Linus Andersson, Global Technical Support, COMSOL Speaker: Linus Andersson, Global Technical Support, COMSOL

Linus Andersson received his M.Sc. degree in Engineering Physics at the Royal Institue of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. He joined COMSOL in 2003, after completing his diploma thesis at CERN, Switzerland. Linus specializes in electromagnetics and acoustics.
  

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