Overview of AutoSEA2
Keywords:Acoustic noise, Computer aided analysis, Computer simulation, Finite element method, Statistical methods, Vibrations (mechanical), Software package AutoSEA2, Statistical energy analysis (SEA)
AbstractAn advanced version of statistical energy analysis (SEA), called AutoSEA2, is described. The three-dimensional subsystem was responsible for intuitiveness of SEA modeling and minimized cumulative guestimation errors. The auto-connect function reduced the modeling time and avoided manual data input errors. The implementation of full wave transmission theory improved the accuracy and minimized the need for user expertise in modeling junctions. AutoSEA2 delivered a `design evaluation' solution for addressing noise and vibration performance issues.
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