International Congress : Automotive NVH comfort

  • 22 & 23 October 2014
  • Le Mans

Presentation

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CTTM and SIA joined together to organize the 8th edition of the AUTOMOTIVE NVH COMFORT | LE MANS 2014 congress on October the 22nd and the 23rd 2014 in Le Mans (France).

What is new this year?
The event took place in the Palais des Congrès in Le Mans and we benefited from new partners support: Société Française d’Acoustique, China Automotive Engineering Research Institute and Beijing Motor.

Thanks to their contribution, a special session had been dedicated to the state-of-the-art of NVH in China with speeches from Chinese academic researchers, local automotive OEM and international companies where they have R&D centers in China.

Like previous editions, this congress addressed a large scope of NVH topics and the lastest developments in the automotive industry by the leading experts from OEMs, suppliers, engineering companies and research institutes such as PSA Peugeot Citroën, Daimler, Renault, Valeo, Faurecia, Müller BBM, HEAD Acoustics, TÜ Munchen, INSA de Lyon…who presented their recent progress.
 
We particularly looked forward to listening to the two major keynote speakers of the congress: Dr Peiffer (EADS) who presented the new composite materials applied to the aeronautic industry, and Dr Liraut (Renault) who presented the technical features of the prototype “Véhicle 2 litres / 100 km” which had been displayed at the Paris Motor Show in 2014.
 

Keynote speakers

Jürgen KOHLER

Jürgen KOHLER

Mercedes-Benz

Gérard LIRAUT

Gérard LIRAUT

Renault

Alexander Peiffer

Alexander Peiffer

Airbus Group

Toshiyuki Tabata

Toshiyuki Tabata

Beijing Motor

Programme

08:30

Attendees registration

keynote speeches
09:00

Impact of Composite Material on Interior Acoustics of Aircrafts

A. Peiffer, Head of Department Noise and Vibration Control - Airbus Group, Germany

09:30

Composite Materials: a Future for Automotive Industries? The Renault Point of View

G. Liraut, Expert Leader for Polymers - Renault, France
P. Mordillat, Expert simulation NVH - Renault, France

10:00

Coffee break

10:30

Keynote speech: NVH Architectures for the New Customer Requirements in China

T. Tabata - Beijing Motor, China

11:25

Reducing Turbocharger Whoosh Noise for a Gasoline Engine MPV

P. Li - China Automotive Engineering Research Institute, China

11:50

3M Acoustic Solution in China

T. Tang - 3M, China

12:15

Analysis and Active Control of Low-Frequency Booming Noise in Car

Y. Cao, Z. Deng - China Automotive Engineering Research Institute, China

12:40

lunch break

 

simulation Perception
14:00

Improvement of CAE Prediction Quality of NVH Full Vehicle Models by Applying Hybrid Methods

J. Kohler - Daimler, Germany

14:00

Psychoacoustic Evaluation of Vehicle Sounds

R. Sottek - HEAD Acoustics, Germany

14:25

Road noise radiation inside and outside a vehicle

P. Gilotte - Plastic Omnium, France

14:25

Renault's R-Sound Effect: an App for Changing Engine Sound

T. Schmitt - Renault, France

14:50

Vibroacoustics FE Simulations of Automotive Insulators: Automatic Meshing Tool for Fast Modeling

J. Monet Descombey - Faurecia, France

14:50

Objectification of the quality impression of a heavy duty vehicle, related to the noise generated by the engagement of new air compressor concepts. Towards validation criteria for compressor suppliers

B. Mazeaud - Volvo, France

15:15

Modeling composite materials using the Transfer Matrix Method

L. Jaouen - Matelys, France

15:15

Transient Combustion Noise of Diesel Engines

B. Lafon - PSA Peugeot Citroën, France

15:40

Pressure Loss Acoustic Models of Automotive Exhaust Silencers: Prediction of Mean Mass Flow Impact on Silencer Acoustic Behavior

M. Boudoy - Faurecia, France

15:40

Steering Wheel Vibration and Human Perception

C. Dendievel - Valeo, France

16:05

Truck Acoustics: Simulation Method for Airborne Noise Propagation in Low Frequency Range

O. Danilov - Volvo, France

16:05

Auralization of ambient noise in vehicles

D. Arsic - Müller-BBM, German

16:30

coffee break

aeroacoustics experimental methodologies [1]
17:00

Numerical Prediction and Optimization of the Tonal Noise Radiated by an Automotive Alternator using a Lattice Boltzmann Method

V. Le Goff, V. Vidal | EXA corporation, France
M. Fakes, E. Le Goff | Valeo, France

17:00

A method to estimate automotive powertrain inertia properties using operational vibrations

F. Barillon, L. Polac, C. Thévenard | Renault, France

17:25

Direct Aeroacoustic Computation of Exhaust Mufflers Flow Noise

J-L. Adam, F. Morin | Renault, France

17:25

Operational Transfer Path Analysis of Air-borne and Structureborne Contributions to the Vehicle Noise

J. Putner, H. Fastl | TÜ München, Germany
D. Arsic, M. Lohmann | Müller-BBM, Germany

17:50

Prediction of Wind Noise using a Multi-disciplinary CFD and Vibro-Acoustic Approach

R. Hallez, K. Vansant | LMS, Belgium

17:50

Estimating Contributions of Vehicle Pass-by Noise Sources

A. Schuhmacher | B&K, Germany

18:15

Automotive HVAC Unit Noise Prediction

S. Bennouna, O. Cheriaux | Valeo, France
S. Moreau, J-M. Ville | UTC, France

18:15

PSA Diagnosis System for NVH Customer Complaints

C. Peronnet, G. Catusseau, L. Gavric | PSA Peugeot Citroën, France

18:40

exhibition visit | shuttle from conference venue to gala dinner venue

19:30

gala dinner

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