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NVH Automotive: End-of-Line Testing

For automakers to meet and exceed customers’ expectations, suppliers must provide excellent manufacturing quality. Customer dissatisfaction because of high NVH levels in vehicles are costly. Rework, scrap, product failures and recalls can all severely damage a business by creating inefficiencies, delays, direct costs, and low shareholder confidence.

Today manufacturers in the automotive industry must build products on time, correctly the first time to remain competitive in global markets. Quality assurance in manufacturing is enhanced with a reliable End-of-Line (EoL) testing process.

Watch our 6-part webinar series of tutorials for End-of-Line NVH quality testing processes.

Session 1: NVH Levels EoL Quality Inspection

General layout of End-of-Line (EoL) quality inspection system

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Session 2: Industrial Vibration Sensors

The second webinar focuses specifically on vibration and noise sensors for industrial applications.
Implement a 100% quality inspection system using end-of-line testing.

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Session 3: NVH Test Benches

The third webinar in our series will focus specifically on the integration of the NVH test system into the test bench.

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Session 4: Vibration Signal Processing

Noise and vibration signal processing at the production line. The core topic of NVH-based end-of-line testing: How can the recorded signals be used to determine parameters that are suitable for identifying component and assembly faults.

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Session 5: Software and rating concepts for industrial tests

Implemented signal to metric path using the functionality available in Simcenter Anovis. After describing the path from signal to metric in the previous webinar, this event shows how this path can be implemented using the functionality available in Simcenter.

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Session 6: Vehicle NVH fault & Component Detection

Component and assembly faults detection, We will present which component and assembly faults are detected by Simcenter Anovis systems installed at test benches.

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End-of-Line NVH Testing

In these sessions you will learn:

  • basic concepts
  • layout of inspection systems
  • choice of sensors and measurement point locations
  • test bench automation and test bench considerations
  • signal processing and metric determination
  • system integration
  • real life example cases

Join us for a full update on the NVH production quality testing process with best-in class methods available, including real life examples. For any further information please contact chuck.paglicco@siemens.com. Drive innovation and productivity in test-based engineering. Learn more about Simcenter Anovis.

Presenters

Olaf Strama

Director, Business Development Simcenter Anovis

Olaf Strama has more than 25 years of experience in NVH based production quality testing. After his graduation he worked at the Technical University of Ilmenau (Germany) on a scientific project: „Innovative methods of noise and vibration analysis on rotating machinery for the purpose of quality control and diagnosis”. Then he worked for more than 20 years at Saab Medav Technologies as head of the NVH department responsible for Industrial and Automotive Applications. He also worked on research projects including: “Innovative Quality Control for Rotating Machines Using Artificial Intelligence Methods“ and “Sorting and Quality Control Enabling Technologies Integrated by Neural Networks“.Since 2019, Mr Strama has been responsible for the Industrial Quality Testing department at Siemens Industry Software GmbH.

Michael Weidner (PhD)

Manager, Business Development - Industrial Quality Testing

Michael Weidner is focused on planning and performing scientific experiments and subsequent data evaluation, design and integration of high-end NVH measurement systems in industrial environments based upon specific customer requirements. He has over 15 years expertise of non-destructive testing in industrial environments. Mr. Weidner has a Master of Science in Physics at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen/Nuremberg (FAU), Germany.

Robust and reliable end-of-line testing using Simcenter Anovis

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For automakers to meet and exceed customers’ expectations, suppliers must provide excellent manufacturing quality. Customer dissatisfaction because of high NVH levels in vehicles are costly. Rework, scrap, product failures and recalls can all severely damage a business by creating inefficiencies, delays, direct costs, and low shareholder confidence.

Today manufacturers in the automotive industry must build products on time, correctly the first time to remain competitive in global markets. Quality assurance in manufacturing is enhanced with a reliable End-of-Line (EoL) testing process.

Watch our 6-part webinar series of tutorials for End-of-Line NVH quality testing processes.

Session 1: NVH Levels EoL Quality Inspection

General layout of End-of-Line (EoL) quality inspection system

Watch now

Session 2: Industrial Vibration Sensors

The second webinar focuses specifically on vibration and noise sensors for industrial applications.
Implement a 100% quality inspection system using end-of-line testing.

Watch now

Session 3: NVH Test Benches

The third webinar in our series will focus specifically on the integration of the NVH test system into the test bench.

Watch now

Session 4: Vibration Signal Processing

Noise and vibration signal processing at the production line. The core topic of NVH-based end-of-line testing: How can the recorded signals be used to determine parameters that are suitable for identifying component and assembly faults.

Watch now

Session 5: Software and rating concepts for industrial tests

Implemented signal to metric path using the functionality available in Simcenter Anovis. After describing the path from signal to metric in the previous webinar, this event shows how this path can be implemented using the functionality available in Simcenter.

Watch now

Session 6: Vehicle NVH fault & Component Detection

Component and assembly faults detection, We will present which component and assembly faults are detected by Simcenter Anovis systems installed at test benches.

Watch now

End-of-Line NVH Testing

In these sessions you will learn:

  • basic concepts
  • layout of inspection systems
  • choice of sensors and measurement point locations
  • test bench automation and test bench considerations
  • signal processing and metric determination
  • system integration
  • real life example cases

Join us for a full update on the NVH production quality testing process with best-in class methods available, including real life examples. For any further information please contact chuck.paglicco@siemens.com. Drive innovation and productivity in test-based engineering. Learn more about Simcenter Anovis.

Presenters

Olaf Strama

Director, Business Development Simcenter Anovis

Olaf Strama has more than 25 years of experience in NVH based production quality testing. After his graduation he worked at the Technical University of Ilmenau (Germany) on a scientific project: „Innovative methods of noise and vibration analysis on rotating machinery for the purpose of quality control and diagnosis”. Then he worked for more than 20 years at Saab Medav Technologies as head of the NVH department responsible for Industrial and Automotive Applications. He also worked on research projects including: “Innovative Quality Control for Rotating Machines Using Artificial Intelligence Methods“ and “Sorting and Quality Control Enabling Technologies Integrated by Neural Networks“.Since 2019, Mr Strama has been responsible for the Industrial Quality Testing department at Siemens Industry Software GmbH.

Michael Weidner (PhD)

Manager, Business Development - Industrial Quality Testing

Michael Weidner is focused on planning and performing scientific experiments and subsequent data evaluation, design and integration of high-end NVH measurement systems in industrial environments based upon specific customer requirements. He has over 15 years expertise of non-destructive testing in industrial environments. Mr. Weidner has a Master of Science in Physics at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen/Nuremberg (FAU), Germany.

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