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Statistical Energy Analysis Applications

ATI's S.E.A. Design For Noise & Vibration course


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    Technical Training Short On Site Course Quote

      This three-day short course is designed to teach technical program managers and project engineers the essential theory and applications of the method of Statistical Energy Analysis. SEA is emerging as an important "system-level" design method. For the first time, engineers can begin to actually design complex products for noise quality or acoustic performance - instead of always having to "build and test."

      The fundamental SEA theory is developed from the familiar engineering principles of wave mechanics of infinite systems and the modal dynamics of finite systems. The implementation of this methodology is explained in detail. Auto SEA, a fully-graphical software program is used to "walk through" a comprehensive example of SEA modeling of the Sound Transmission Loss (STL) of single and double panel walls. The breadth of applications and technical depth of the SEA method is further illustrated by case studies likely to cover most industry interests - including Automotive, Consumer appliance, Naval/shipbuilding and Aerospace applications.

      Energy analysis is a rapidly developing new field of engineering design, so the last session describes current research and new technologies which are likely to further improve the engineers acoustic design capability. The course will bring you up-to-date in the current state of the art.

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    Instructors:

      Dr. Robert C. Haberman is a Principal Scientist at Bolt Beranek and Newman performing research in submarine structural acoustics and target strength. He has performed extensive analysis of the low and high frequency noise transmission in submarine seawater piping.

      Paul Bremmer is the General Manager of Vibro-Acoustic Sciences. He is a frequent speaker in SEA seminars and conferences, and a leading consulting engineer providing assistance to fellow engineers worldwide on noise and vibration control and design.

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    Tuition:

      Tuition for this three-day course is $1390 per person at one of our scheduled public courses. Onsite pricing is available. Please call us at 410-956-8805 or send an email to ati@aticourses.com.

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