The course is an advancement and continuation of Technical Acoustics I. The course gives the students the opportunity to apply the theoretical base that was given in Technical Acoustics I to real life problems.
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The course focuses on analytical and numerical methods for describing vibrations and structure fluid interaction.
It includes the application of
- Wave approach
- Finite Element Methods
- Statistical Energy Analysis
- Boundary Element Methods
to a real life structure.
The application and functioning of the methods is validated by measurements results which are provided by the teachers.
In a final work noise reduction measures have to be designed where also vibration isolation and its application is included.
The suggested measures are implemented and experimentally validated.
For the course syllabus (e.g. intended learning outcomes) please see the course page at Chalmers.
Material produced by the department as well as recommended literature.