Specialist noise and vibration engineers are constantly assessing methods to reduce the related challenges to NVH, including stress concentration, wear, reduced component life and worse friction conditions. This event will address the challenges in design, measurement and analysis of noise, vibration and harshness across complex systems.
With case studies from automotive, military, aerospace, power generation and marine contexts, learn how engineers are effectively measuring and analysing their complex systems from a NVH perspective, with speakers including Jaguar Land Rover, Ricardo UK and BAE Systems Land.
Take back successful strategies for more accurate measurement and reduction of noises and vibration that will enable you to meet acoustic targets within your organisation.
WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND:
- Learn from the latest case studies in reduction, design and quality assurance of interior/exterior vehicle NVH
- Gain cross industry insights across the transport sectors
- Hear about the best new technologies and approaches available to engineers
- Understand how to improve product efficiency while maintaining power and propulsion
- Learn from pioneers and thought leaders on how best to design and test for reduced NVH
- Build new and existing relationships with transport engineers
KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
- Marcus Potter, Head of Mobility, BAE Systems Land
- Sean Biggs, Principal Technical Specialist, Manual Transmissions and Inline Automatic Transmissions, Jaguar Land Rover
- Kian Banisoleiman, Principal Consultant, Analysis/Hull – Section Leader, Marine Consulting, Lloyds Register
- Robin Wareing, Global Mechanical and Vibration Specialist, Cummins Generator Technologies
- Simon Tate, Manager NVH Department, Ricardo UK
Plus Ford Motors, AVL Powertrain UK, Horiba MIRA, Loughborough University and more
WHAT IS THE NUMBER 1 CHALLENGE FOR NVH ENGINEERS?:
"Time. A significant chunk of the system performance is inherently connected to architecture decisions taken. So we are constantly trying to understand the system as early as possible, so that should we have a cross attribute conflict, we still have time to change the system. If we get it wrong it invariably means a late change which is both costly and stressful."
Sean Biggs: Principal Technical Specialist, Manual Transmissions and Inline Automatic Transmissions, Jaguar Land Rover
"Development of accurate methods of predicting NVH phenomena, with an appropriate level of modelling complexity to enable the results to be delivered in a useful timescale."
Simon Tate: Manager NVH Department, Ricardo UK
"The late development stage that NVH issues come to the surface gives limited time to engineers to react and investigate the root causes of the occurring issues."
Stephanos Theodossiades: Professor of Non-Linear Dynamics, Loughborough University
Read full interviews with this seminar's speakers here.
One venue, two seminars: join the Noise, Vibration and Harshness seminar to meet and network with NVH and powertrain engineers.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
All engineers involved in the following areas will benefit from this seminar:
- NVH engineer
- Dynamics Engineer
- Head of Vehicle Dynamics Development
- Director Chassis Development
- Chief Engineer
- Dynamics Functional Leader
- Dynamics Performance Engineer
- Head of Vehicle Physics
- Head of Acoustics
- Vibro-Acoustic expert
- Chassis NVH Engineer
- Acoustic Specialist