Structural Dynamics and Acoustics of Aerospace and Air Transportation Vehicles
This webinar deals with structural dynamics and acoustic design of aerospace and air transportation vehicles. The vibroacoustic response of aerospace and air vehicles is a rather complex phenomenon, which is normally studied considering the dynamics and acoustics of sub-components, such as fuselage sections, wings, flaps, and landing gears. Therefore, the webinar will focus specifically on the vibro-acoustics analysis of elementary mechanical components (e.g. lightweight aluminium framework and panel structures, double-wall structures, composite panels and shells), from a different point of view (theoretical, numerical and experimental). Several topics will be discussed, such as interior noise mitigation, noise transmission control and vibration attenuation. The physics, design and implementation of both passive vibration attenuation and sound insulation treatments/techniques and active semi-active control systems will be discussed in detail.
Target audience: This webinar is addressed to graduate students, scientists, and engineers with an interest in the effects of vibration and noise emissions from an engineering and technology point of view.
Course Code: 20220929
Course platform: Webex, a link will be sent via email as the registration is complete. At the end of each course, attendance certificates will be sent to participants via email.
This course is part of the 2022 institutional activity for AIDAA members. The registration requires the purchase of one of the packages described here and the completion of the online form available on AIDAA webpage.
For further info contact firstname.lastname@example.org.