Acoustic Symposium 2021

Dear Customers,

We are pleased to invite you to the 2nd Edition of Adler Pelzer Group Acoustic Symposium,
which will take place on Wednesday, 20 October 2021, as an Online Event. 

Participate and hear the latest development in automotive acoustics,
especially the new approaches needed for optimising acoustics of New Energy Vehicles.

How to master newly appearing noise sources with different focus on some parts for acoustic treatment,
e.g. accessories, aero noises, tires, beside of course e-motors.

How new simulation techniques can contribute reaching the target quicker and more efficiently,
either at early car architecture stage or at later component optimisation, and open new doors like aeroacoustics.

Which learnings from NEVs help to optimise further the acoustics of ICE’s car.

Enlarge your insight on the industry transformation pace by enriching networking opportunities,
meeting the experts of automotive acoustics.

Speakers/ Organizations & Topics

Speaker              OrganizationTopic
P. BonfiglioMateriacustica, (I)New perspectives and challenges into automotive acoustics
F. X. BecotMatelys, (F)Micro-Macro approach for poro-elasticmaterials: linking the micro-structure to the performance
K. HoroshenkovSheffield University, (UK)The acoustical properties of air-saturated aerogel powders
Y. DenoualRENAULT (F)Uncertainties in noise regulation and their management in vehicle development process
E. MinisciStrathclyde University, (UK)Uncertainties treatment for the aeroacoustics analysis of a car vehicle
F. PompoliFerrara University, (I)Modelling of the acoustic properties of mixtures of recycled fibers for automotive applications
K. AizawaTOYOTA, (JPN)Acoustic Package Consideration using Airborne Noise Analysis Method for Mid Frequency
A. OzkanTOFAS, (TK)Determination of a New Set of Sound Quality Metrics for a Better Correlation of Customer Perceptions and Vehicle Level
M. TarabraCNH, (I)Journey on the evolution of tractors, from the origin to digital farming: how noise and vibration performance has developed during the last century in agriculture
G. BattistaMarche Polytechnic University, (I) Advanced 3D acoustic source mapping in automotive wind tunnels
A. StarkeyUniversity of Exeter, (UK)Acoustic metasurfaces and their application to turbulent flow
S. BoltonPurdue University, (USA)The Acoustic Cavity Mode and the Effects of Modal Coupling and Rotation on Force Transmission to the Hub
B. VerrecasSiemens, (BE)Prediction of E-drive unit NVH performance using a mixed hybrid CAE+Test approach
F. SiniDucati, (I)The NVH development process in Ducati Motor Holding: the application on the new Multistrada V4
S. FisherJLR, (UK)Moving from Structure Borne to Air Borne, can CAE be used to predict this?
L. MarchesiniMANTA Aircraft, (CH)NVH challenges in HeV-STOL development

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Participation is free of charge, please register via email to apg-as(at)*

*The following information is mandatory: name and surname,/ title, company name & address, position, email, phone number.