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Predict NVH performance earlier with future-proof strategy

Throughout industries, platform strategies are established re-using complex components across all product variants and the product-prototype availability for testing and NVH performance assessment is drastically reduced. Next to that there is the shift towards electrical propulsion in the automotive industry: engineers must investigate new powertrain concepts with complex load cases and have to take into account the increased importance of road noise and secondary noise sources. 

Component-based TPA is a technology that addresses these challenges. It allows to model a noise source component independently from the receiver structure and to predict its behavior when coupled to different receivers. This frontloads development and thereby considerably increases design flexibility. The method allows component suppliers to characterize their product independently from the receiver product and to predict the interface interaction with the receiving structure & noise comfort of the final product. 

The net result is preventing late troubleshooting, costly troubleshooting activities and expensive design modifications. It also assists in knowledge perseverance, since the key expert knowledge is embedded in a model-based development process.  

Component-based TPA

Throughout industries, platform strategies are established re-using complex components across all product variants and the product-prototype availability for testing and NVH performance assessment is drastically reduced. Next to that there is the shift towards electrical propulsion in the automotive industry: engineers must investigate new powertrain concepts with complex load cases and have to take into account the increased importance of road noise and secondary noise sources. 

Component-based TPA is a technology that addresses these challenges. It allows to model a noise source component independently from the receiver structure and to predict its behavior when coupled to different receivers. This frontloads development and thereby considerably increases design flexibility. The method allows component suppliers to characterize their product independently from the receiver product and to predict the interface interaction with the receiving structure & noise comfort of the final product. 

The net result is preventing late troubleshooting, costly troubleshooting activities and expensive design modifications. It also assists in knowledge perseverance, since the key expert knowledge is embedded in a model-based development process.  

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Component-based transfer path analysis: Your future-proof strategy‎ for advancing NVH vehicle development

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