Reducing HVAC noise: Mitigate flow-induced aero-(vibro) acoustic sound propagation

Webinar on demand | 48 minutos

Reducing HVAC noise efficiently using lean simulation techniques

Reducing HVAC noise using simulation
Reducing HVAC noise using simulation

HVAC (heating ventilation air-conditioning) system contains several mechanical (compressor, blower, motors) and flow-induced noise sources. Reducing HVAC noise requires modeling individual acoustical path, estimating total sound and adopting effective mitigation strategies.

Reducing HVAC noise using the design-build-test approach is expensive and time-consuming. Furthermore, balancing energy efficiency and noise aspect is a difficult art. During this webinar, we demonstrate how simulation facilitates the prediction of flow-induced noise even before committing to expensive prototypes.

Reducing HVAC noise webinar is designed for all HVAC manufacturers and suppliers endeavoring to predict and address flow-induced noise at an early stage of the design cycle.

You will learn:

  • Predict aero-vibro-acoustic source and its transfer path
  • Assess interior aerodynamic pressure field on HVAC duct components
  • Analyze the impact of aerodynamic pressure loading on noise generation

Read our case study to learn how Industrial and automotive supplier uses Simcenter 3D to verify and optimize thermal system designs