Infoday Fatigue, Acoustics, NVH


At this information day, the theoretical basics of predicting vibro-acoustic phenomena will be discussed. The methods are typically based on the boundary-element method (BEM) and the finite-element method (FEM). Practical application examples will also be presented and the possibilities and limits of the methods with respect to industrial applications are discussed.


In LS-DYNA, acoustics simulations or general NVH-Analyses can be carried out using the BEM and FEM. For this reason, it is possible to investigate acoustic and vibro-acoustic problems in the time as well as in the frequency domain. Based on these computations, quantities such as the acoustic pressure (Pa) and the sound pressure level (dB) can be analyzed.


The aim of this information day is to give general information about the simulation of acoustic and vibro-acoustic problems, NVH and other frequency domain analyses using LS-DYNA. Besides the theoretical basics, the current state-of-the-art technology for typical industrial problems will be presented and the possibilities, limits and future developments of LS-DYNA are discussed.




  • Possibilities and areas of application of acoustics simulations
  • Basic theory
  • Coupled simulations (FEM/BEM)
  • Practical examples
  • Acoustics simulation using LS-DYNA
  • Possibilities and current developments
  • Control cards, definition of the problem, model generation
  • Evaluation of the results
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1 day Stuttgart (GER)
1 day Stuttgart (GER)
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