Webinar Series

Online Masterclass on EV / HEV NVH Engineering

Electric and hybrid electric vehicles drastically reduce CO2 emissions but bring their own NVH challenges. Increasing comfort, quality, and reliability proved to be more complicated with introducing new powertrain technologies, engine and driveline subsystems. Wind noise and road noise are more prominent with no masking noise from the internal combustion engine.

Five 90-minute live sessions with open discussions:

  • EV Sound Quality & Sound Design
  • EV Driveline NVH
  • EV Road Noise & Wind Noise
  • Body & Driveline Integration
  • EV Auxiliaries Noise

EV Sound Quality & Sound Design

Sound Quality engineering is the key tool to develop high-performing sounds within the vehicle. Where sound quality is currently gaining importance, is the exterior artificial sounds generated by the acoustic vehicle alerting system (AVAS).

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EV Driveline NVH

The absence of the internal combustion engine (ICE) changes the signature of the interior cabin noise dramatically. The most obvious game changer is the fact, that the withdrawal of the traditional powertrain unveils the other noise contributors.

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EV Road Noise & Wind Noise

Critically important to you may need to find the noise root cause and act on it. Depending of the origin of the noise source, different NVH analysis techniques are required.

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Body & Driveline Integration

The compelling combination of test and simulation enables the NVH engineers to predict the final vehicle NVH performance before assembling the first full prototype.

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EV Auxiliaries Noise

For other auxiliaries, the key information can be provided by wide toolset of NVH tests and analysis techniques. For many of these subsystems the traditional transfer path analysis (TPA) can help to identify the component or structure causing the noise issue.

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Electric and hybrid electric vehicles drastically reduce CO2 emissions but bring their own NVH challenges. Increasing comfort, quality, and reliability proved to be more complicated with introducing new powertrain technologies, engine and driveline subsystems. Wind noise and road noise are more prominent with no masking noise from the internal combustion engine.

Five 90-minute live sessions with open discussions:

  • EV Sound Quality & Sound Design
  • EV Driveline NVH
  • EV Road Noise & Wind Noise
  • Body & Driveline Integration
  • EV Auxiliaries Noise

EV Sound Quality & Sound Design

Sound Quality engineering is the key tool to develop high-performing sounds within the vehicle. Where sound quality is currently gaining importance, is the exterior artificial sounds generated by the acoustic vehicle alerting system (AVAS).

Watch the webinar

EV Driveline NVH

The absence of the internal combustion engine (ICE) changes the signature of the interior cabin noise dramatically. The most obvious game changer is the fact, that the withdrawal of the traditional powertrain unveils the other noise contributors.

Watch the webinar

EV Road Noise & Wind Noise

Critically important to you may need to find the noise root cause and act on it. Depending of the origin of the noise source, different NVH analysis techniques are required.

Watch the webinar

Body & Driveline Integration

The compelling combination of test and simulation enables the NVH engineers to predict the final vehicle NVH performance before assembling the first full prototype.

Watch the webinar

EV Auxiliaries Noise

For other auxiliaries, the key information can be provided by wide toolset of NVH tests and analysis techniques. For many of these subsystems the traditional transfer path analysis (TPA) can help to identify the component or structure causing the noise issue.

Watch the webinar
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