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Spring School Modelling, manufacturing and application of porous sound packages in today's industry

When Apr 23, 2019 08:00 AM to
Apr 24, 2019 05:00 PM
Where Vaulx-en-Velin (greater Lyon, France)
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To face an increasing demand of ever better sound packages including all criteria of reduced weight and environmental footprint and improved acoustic & vibration performance, the N2N project aims at building models and methodology to design the treatments of future transportation.
In this context, this course aims at providing the fundamental understanding of porous dissipation mechanisms, the discussion of the appropriate modeling techniques according to various usage and the implementation of sound packages to meet the targeted performances.

The course is dedicated to engineers and early researchers willing to have state-of-the-art information transmitted by world leading experts in the domain, among which :
- Prof. Noureddine Atalla (GAUS)
- Dr. Gregory Lielens (FFT)
- Dr. Jean-François Rondeau (Faurecia)
- Drs. François-Xavier Bécot, Fabien Chevillotte & Luc Jaouen (Matelys) …

The course will include lectures on
 porous material theory and acoustic modeling
 analytical modeling of sound package at the component level
 numerical modeling at the system level
 manufacturing and application of porous sound packages.

The course + lunches + breaks are free of charge but submitted to registration.
Your registration, including
- a short CV,
- a summary of your current research work and a motivation letter,
- a letter of recommendation,
should be sent to before April 1st, 2019.

Additional information : http://apmr.matelys.com/SpringSchool2019.html

This event is co-organized by
Matelys - Research Lab (France), ENTPE (France) and Nottingham University (UK)

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