VNoise is a complete suite for acoustic analysis. The main
features include state of the art Finite Element and Boundary Element
Solvers for the analysis of acoustic and vibro-acoustics problems.
Typical fields of applications include NVH, design of absorbing barriers,
analysis of inlet and exhaust systems and many others.
Additional modules are available for aeroacoustics analisys via acoustic
analogy (FWH equation).
The advanced computational features are complemented by a powerfull and friendly
user interface for pre and post processing. Specific interface modules are
available for integrating VNoise with commercial FEM and meshing packages, and
a parallel distributed solver is also available for distributing large
scale calculations on a standard PC network.
Maximum Flexibility: VNoise does not pose any unnecessary or
unphysical constrain during model preparation. The user therefore can focus
only on what really matters, and can prepare a running model in an unexpected
Top Performances: The powerfull and scalable FEM solver for internal
analysis (million nodes analysis feasible on a desktop PC), coupled with
the fast BEM solver for external and coupled analysis makes VNoise the ideal
tool for performing complex coupled vibroacoustic analyses.
|VNoise has a number of advanced and user friendly
capabilities, and is specifically designed in order to make "life easy" for
users, ensuring at the same time the maximum power and flexibility:
Interfaces with NASTRAN, ANSYS, FEMAP, NEi Nastran, Patran, Fluent,
Advanced tool for mesh manipulation (Mesh Coarsening, hole closure,
Finite Element (FEM) and Boundary Element (BEM coupled solvers.
Coupled Multi Domain with different fluid properties.
Fully coupled structural acoustic analysis.
Frequency response and acoustic cavity modes.
Modelling of Perforated surfaces.
Plane, axial symmetries, and Half space formulations.
Evaluation of SoundPower, Intensity.
Transmission Loss of simple and multi input - multi output systems.
Fast external radiation with Velocity Contribuction vectors.
Fast Multi Domain.