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Energy density field approach for low- and medium-frequency vibroacoustic analysis of a car body using a probabilistic computational model

Abstract : A new energy-density field approach is proposed for low- and medium-frequency vibroacoustic analysis of complex industrial structures, using a probabilistic computational model. The observed structure is composed of a trimmed body coupled and its internal cavity. The objective of this paper is to take advantage of some statistical properties of the frequency response functions to build a simplified vibroacoustic model. In this approach, the Frequency Response Functions (FRF) of the vibroacoustic system are expressed as the product of a dimensionless "smooth" matrix and local mobilities or impedances, depending on their type (acoustical, vibratory or vibroacoustic). The stochastic computational model of the vibroacoustic system is obtained from the reduced mean computational model and is using a nonparametric probabilistic approach.
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L. Gagliardini, M. Kassem, Christian Soize. Energy density field approach for low- and medium-frequency vibroacoustic analysis of a car body using a probabilistic computational model. Proceedings of SAE 2009 world congress, 2009., Apr 2009, Detroit, Michigan, United States. pp.Pages: 09NVC-0248-1 to 09NVC-0248-5. ⟨hal-00692154⟩

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