International Conference : Automotive NVH Comfort English

  • 1919 & 20 October 2016
  • Le Mans

Context & Objectives

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SIA and CTTM will jointly organise the 9th edition of the Automotive NVH Comfort that will take place on 19-20 October 2016 in Le Mans, France. As for the previous editions, the 2016 conference will address a specific topic, which presents a major interest for the automotive NVH community and trends for new technologies.

 

The specific topic of interest for the 2016 edition is, what one can call, “Active acoustic and vibrations”, which includes active noise and vibrations cancelation, active sound enhancement and active undesirable noise masking.   

 

This specific topic is selected by the conference committee, for two main raisons:
1. In the context of ambitious weight reduction objectives and in addition to the well established passive solutions, the ‘active’ solutions are alternative technologies which present an important design potential.
2. Without ICE noise masking, the NVH design of electrical and hybrid vehicle becomes a very difficult task. The ’active acoustic treatment’, via car loudspeakers, can be used to mask the undesirable high frequency noises and improve the sound quality in the passenger cabin.


Besides of this specific topic, a large scope of NVH items will be addressed, such as: vehicle & ICE NVH, new materials, progress in testing technologies and CAE and new challenge of electrical & hybrid vehicle acoustics.    

 

 

Programme OF the 2014 EDITIONPhotos OF the 2014 EDITION

COMMITTEE

Conference Chair:

Charles ZHANG - Renault

 

 

Members:

Pascal BOUVET - Vibratec
Nicolas DAUCHEZ - UTC
Arnaud COURJAL - Siemens
Arnaud DUVAL - Trèves
Léon GAVRIC - Groupe PSA

 

 

Jean GRATADOUR - SIA

Daniel JUVE - Ecole Centrale de Lyon

Saïd NAJI - Valeo
Christophe Le Roux - CTTM
Laurent POLAC - Renault
Kresimir TRDAK - Autoneum

 

TROPHYYOUNG ENGINEER PRICE

 

In order to encourage the vocation and the motivation for technical careers, a specific PRICE FOR THE BEST PAPER written by young engineers and/or researchers, will be delivered by the Scientific Committee of the conference.

 

The price concerns the principal authors under 35 years of all the accepted conference papers.

 

CRITERIA FOR WINNING THE PRICE

→ relevance of presented topics

→ scientific interest

→ rigor of used methods

→ limpidity and clarity of presentation

 

 

 

 

 

ingénieurs_siaMoreover, the winner's article will be published in the magazine Ingénieurs de l'automobile.

 

Programme

08:30

Attendees registration & Breakfast

09:00

Keynote #1

The New 4-Cylinder Diesel Engine - The NVH Concept

C. Meier - Daimler

09:30

Keynote #2

20 Years Evolution of Active Acoustic & Vibrations in Automotive Industry, from Active Engine Mount to Multi-sense

C. Zhang - Renault

10:00

Coffee break

Pass-by noise L. Gavric - Groupe PSA + A. Duval - Trèves Systems - Components K. Trdak - Autoneum + N. Dauchez - UTC
10:30

Numerical Assessment of Car Pass-by Noise

A. Appel de Gardane - Free Field Technologies - MSC Software

10:30

Adaptive Coatings on Gears to improve NVH Behaviour

G. Eitzinger - High Tech Coatings

10:55

Sensitivity Analysis of Models for the Prediction of Vehicle Pass-by Noise

H. Hamdad - Renault

10:55

Comparing frequency and time-domain simulation for NVH predictions in reluctance machines

C. Faria - Siemens Industry Software

11:20

Renault's Z.E. Voice: an Avant-Garde to Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Regulation

T. Schmitt - Renault

11:20

Weight Reduction and Functionality Increase on Lightweight Absorptive Packages

M. Seppi - Autoneum

11:45

Toward Indoor Pass-by Noise to improve Development Process from Experimental to Virtual Testing

L-F. Pardo - UTAC CERAM

11:45

Simulation & Optimization Driven Design Process for S&R Problematic – Groupe PSA Application for Interior Assembly

S. Gourg - Groupe PSA

12:10

Drastic Exterior Noise Reduction through Optimization of Acoustic Shielding Package

M. Thivant - Vibratec

12:10

Microstructure Morphological Optimization of Foam-based Lightweight Insulators

M T. Hoang - Faurecia

12:35

Lunch break

Powertrain L. Gavric - Groupe PSA + P. Bouvet - Vibratec air flow acoustics S. Naji - Valeo + D. Juvé - Ecole Centrale de Lyon
14:05

Optimisation of Wheel Suspension for NVH Comfort

I. Chapelier - Groupe PSA

14:05

Predicting Acoustic Performance of Perforated absorbing Silencers, taking into account Flow

A. Gallet - ESI

14:30

Keeping Transmission & Powertrain NVH Under Control: Systemic Approach by a Tier 1 Supplier

S. Charles - Schaeffler

14:30

Sound Intensity Measurements in Turbocharger Compressor Ducts using Multi-microphone Arrays

I. Jaimes - CRITT M2A

14:55

Air Intake Acoustic Radiation on an Internal Combustion Engine. Numerical and Experimental Analysis at Component State

C. Chaufour - Groupe PSA

14:55

Modeling of Acoustical Porous Materials under Flow

F. Chevillotte - Matelys

15:20

Coffee break

Active noise control C. Zhang - Renault + A. Courjal - Siemens Methods J. Gratadour - SIA + C. Pezerat - LAUM
15:50

Application of Virtual Microphone Method for Active Noise Control

U. Shotaro - Panasonic

15:50

Trends in Aeroacoustics Vehicle Engineering

B. Verrecas - Siemens Industry Software

16:15

Powertrain Vibration Control using Active Technology - Experience of a Carmaker

J. Dusi - Groupe PSA

16:15

The Benefits of Experiencing NVH and CAE Data from Pre-concept to Production

D. Bogema - Brüel & Kjær

16:40

The Practice of the Narrow-Band Active Noise Control for Fan BPF Noise

P. Li - China Automotive Engineering Research Institute

16:40

Improving Vehicle NVH CAE Prediction Capability to prevent Expensive Late Design Changes

A. Burke - Altair

17:05

Insulation Performance of Plastic Parts with Active Control

B. Surowiec - Plastic Omnium

17:05

Integration of an End-Of-Line System for Vibro-acoustic Characterization and Fault Detection based on Acoustic Particle Velocity Measurements

D. Fernandez Comesaña - Microflown Technologies

17:30

Active Noise Cancellation in a Passenger Car Exhaust System with Finite Elements

X. Robin - Free Field Technologies - MSC Software

17:30

Comprehension of Phenomena generating Acoustic Noise inside the Passenger Compartment of Cars. Sources Identification and Simulations

J. Carpentier - LAUM

17:55

End of first day

19:00

CULTURAL VISIT

20:00

Gala Dinner

Registration

VAT Exc.

 

○ 970 € - Non members
○ 860 € - SIA, CTTM, SFA members
○ 490 € - Co-authors/Small companies/Labs/Researchers/Univ.* (<100 employees)
○ 120 € - PhD students
○ 40 € - Students

 

 

Select your fee

Exhibition and Sponsorship

 

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Exhibitors

  • Bruel & Kjaer

    Bruel & Kjaer

  • CEVAA

    CEVAA

  • Free Field Technologies

    Free Field Technologies

  • Genesis

    Genesis

  • Head Acoustics

    Head Acoustics

  • Hutchinson Stop-Choc

    Hutchinson Stop-Choc

  • Le Mans Acoustique

    Le Mans Acoustique

  • Microflown

    Microflown

  • Müller-BBM

    Müller-BBM

  • PCB Piezotronics

    PCB Piezotronics

  • Siemens

    Siemens

Conference venue

Palais des Congrès

rue d'arcole

72 000 Le Mans

 

Carpark available: entrance on Boulevard Demorieux or Rue Barbier

Train: exit "gare nord" → the Palais des Congrès is at 10 minutes by foot (take rue Paul Ligneul)

Bus: Line 17, stop at « Palais des Congrès »