Experimental and numerical vibroacoustics

On the experimental side, the concept of direct transmissibility is exploited to carry out transmission path analysis without the need to measure operational forces, and to perform experimental statistical energy analysis without measuring input power. On the numerical side, mathematical graph theory is used to solve many problems related to vibroacoustic transmission path analysis in finite element, hybrid and statistical energy analysis models of structures.

Acoustics Oriol Guasch oguasch@salle.url.edu


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VITRASO: Theoretical, experimental and numerical methods for transmission path analysis in buildings.

The Project has consisted in comparing results from finite element (FEM), hybrid and Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) numerical models with measurements on test facilities and with in-situ measure

Acoustics - Experimental and numerical vibroacoustics

MICCONTROL MATH

Mathematical aspects concerning errors in the use of control microphones

Acoustics - Experimental and numerical vibroacoustics