ATI's Computational Acoustics course
Vibro-acoustics modeling using the latest
in Computer Aided Acoustics Design
Dr. Hamid Bouhioui, Instructor
At the beginning of the 20th century acoustics
seemed still to be nothing but a field of scientific
curiosity. Since then, noise control has become a
necessity, which has led to a diversification of the
approaches, methods and techniques used to
understand and resolve various categories of
problems. Computers provide a unique tool for the
analysis and design of these problems and they
have become instrumental in achieving optimal
solutions to complex acoustical problems.
Dr. Hamid Bouhioui is the founder of BC
Acoustics, a consulting company based in Vancouver
British Columbia, Canada. He is specialized in
Acoustics, Vibrations and Noise control. He managed
various projects including for companies such as
Boeing-USA, and High Speed Train-France. He has
been Invited lecturer at: The Boeing Company,
Seattle; The Audio Engineering Society, Vancouver
BC; The Acoustical Society of America, Seattle; The
Computer Science Department, UBC; Canadair –
Bombardier, Montreal; Saint-Gobain Vitrage
Company, Paris; The Composites Group at UBC; The
Civil Engineering Department at UBC and Several
International Acoustics meetings.
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What You Will Learn
- How to calculate the resonance frequencies of
- How to determine the pressure modes for a
resonance frequency in rooms.
- The basics of sound transmission through single
and multiple panels/walls.
- STC vs. Transmission-Loss (TL).
- The latest computer aided technology.
- The finite-element method (FEM).
- The boundary-element method (BEM).
- Why FEM and BEM are so powerful.
- Basics of acoustics. Wave motion. Wave cycle: Period, Amplitude and Frequency.
- Room acoustics. Room resonance, Natural frequencies.
Reverberation. Notion of diffuse field.
- Acoustic pressure distribution in rooms. Standing waves. How to
determine the acoustical mode shapes in typical rooms.
- Exercise. Calculation of resonance and mode shapes in typical
- Sound transmission through single panels. Factors Affecting
Sound Transmission Loss (TL).
- Mass Law. Effects of Stiffness. STC versus Transmission Loss.
- Sound transmission through multiple panels. Transmission
through double-panels and triple-panels. Comparison with single-panels.
- Case study. Transmission of sound through double-glazing
- The Finite-element method. What is FEM. Its history. Application
- The boundary element method. What is BEM. Its history.
- The use of FEM and BEM in acoustics. Examples of application
in acoustics modeling and prediction.
- Case study. Prediction of Sound Transmission Loss of double-glazing windows. Modeling using both FEM and BEM. Comparison
with experimental measurements. Discussion of a new type of
double-glazing window system
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