Part 2 - SAE

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Part 2 - SAE

September 21 - 25, 2009

SAE Automotive Headquarters

Troy, Michigan USA

Vehicle Noise

Control Engineering

Academy

This Engineering Academy covers a variety of vehicle noise control engineering principles and practice. Two

specialty tracks are available:

The Powertrain Noise track focuses on NVH issues generated by powertrain noise sources and the

design strategies to minimize them.

The Vehicle Interior Noise track focuses on the understanding and application of acoustical materials to

optimize NVH control in the passenger or operator compartment of a vehicle. Considerable attention is given to

current measurement and instrumentation technologies and their effective use.

What to Expect







Learning Objectives

By attending this Academy, you will be able to:

Vehicle Interior Noise Track

Powetrain Noise Track






Who Should Attend

This academy will be especially valuable for engineers who address interior and powertrain noise in the following types of vehicles:









Fees: $2,995; SAE Members: $2,745 (Fee includes lunch and refreshments)

CEUs awarded upon completion: 4.0 CEUs

When registering, refer to: Vehicle Interior Noise: I.D.# ACAD01 or Powertrain Noise: I.D.# ACAD02

To register, or for more detailed information visit

www.sae.org/academies

1-877-606-7323 (Toll-free U.S. and Canada) SAE or 2009 1-724-776-4970 Noise and Vibration E-mail: Conference CustomerService@sae.org

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Tech sessions week at a glance

Commercial and Specialty

Vehicles

Tues Wed Thurs

AM PM AM PM AM PM Room No. Page

No.

Aerospace (NVC802) - - - 4 - - Salon I, III, IV 32

Heavy Duty Truck / Off-Highway - - - 4 - -

(NVC800)

Amphitheatre 32

Power Sport Vehicles (NVC801) - - - 4 - - 34

Engine/Powertrain/Driveline Components / Accessories (Part 1 of 2) - - - 4 - -

(NVC102)

Broadway 32

A&B

Components / Accessories (Part 2 of 2) - - - 4 - -

33

(NVC102)

Diesel (Part 1 of 2) (NVC104) - - 4 - - - Amphitheatre 29

Diesel (Part 2 of 2) (NVC104) - - 4 - - - 30

Driveline (Part 1 of 4) (NVC103) - 4 - - - -

24

Driveline (Part 2 or 4) (NVC103) - 4 - - - - 26

Salon II

Driveline (Part 3 of 4) (NVC103) - - 4 - - - 29

Driveline (Part 4 or 4) (NVC103) - - - 4 - - 32

Intake / Exhaust (Part 1 of 3) (NVC101) - - 4 - - -

30

New Orleans

Intake / Exhaust (Part 2 of 3) (NVC101) - - - 4 - - 33

Ballroom

Intake / Exhaust (Part 3 of 3) (NVC101) - - - 4 - - 34

Structural Analysis: Engine/Powertrain/ 4 - - - - - Marsalis I, II

Driveline (NVC100)

23

NVH Measurement Facilities (NVC400) - - - - 4 - Broadway

A&B

38

Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and - 4 - - - -

Methods (Part 1 of 4) (NVC401)

25

Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and - 4 - - - -

Methods (Part 2 of 4) (NVC401)

Salon V

26

Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and - - 4 - - -

Methods (Part 3 of 4) (NVC401)

29

Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and - - - 4 - -

Methods (Part 4 of 4) (NVC401)

33

Sound Source Identification (Part 1 of 4 - - - - -

2) (NVC402)

23

Sound Source Identification (Part 2 of - 4 - - - -

2) (NVC402)

Broadway 25

A&B

Numerical Methods SEA (Statistical Energy Analysis) - - 4 - - -

30

Design (Part 1 of 2) (NVC601)

SEA (Statistical Energy Analysis) - - 4 - - -

Design (Part 2 of 2) (NVC601)

31

Structural Analysis: Numerical Methods - 4 - - - -

(Part 1 of 2) (NVC600)

Salon I, III, IV

25

Structural Analysis: Numerical Methods - 4 - - - -

(Part 2 of 2) (NVC600)

27

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 1 of 5) - 4 - - - -

(NVC602)

27

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 2 of 5) - - 4 - - -

(NVC602)

30

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 3 of 5) - - 4 - - - Marsalis I, II

(NVC602)

31

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 4 of 5) - - - 4 - -

(NVC602)

33

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 5 of 5) - - - 4 - -

(NVC602)

34

20

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Tech sessions week at a glance

Passive and Active NVH Active Noise and Vibration (NVC302) 4 - - - - - New Orleans

Control

Ballroom

23

Materials (Part 1 of 2) (NVC300) 4 - - - - -

23

Materials (Part 2 of 2) (NVC300) - 4 - - - - 25

Amphitheatre

Standards, Processes and Product Development Process

- 4 - - - -

27

Perspectives

(NVC501)

Subjective Response (Part 1 of 2) - - - - 4 -

37

(NVC503)

New Orleans

Subjective Response (Part 2 of 2) - - - - 4 -

38

(NVC503)

Vehicle Exterior Drive-By-Noise (Part 1 of 2) (NVC700) - 4 - - - -

24

Drive-By-Noise (Part 2 of 2) (NVC700) - 4 - - - - Salon VI 26

Windnoise and Aeroacoustics (NVC701) - - - - 4 - 39

Vehicle Subsystem NVH Body Structure / Chassis (Part 1 of 3) - 4 - - - -

(NVC200)

24

Body Structure / Chassis (Part 2 of 3) - 4 - - - - New Orleans

(NVC200)

Ballroom

26

Body Structure / Chassis (Part 3 of 3) - - 4 - - -

(NVC200)

29

Brakes (NVC201) - 4 - - - - Marsalis I, II 24

Buzz, Squeak and Rattle (NVC204) - - - - 4 - Salon II 37

Interior Noise and Vibration Sources - - - - 4 -

37

(Part 1 of 2) (NVC205)

Salon I, III, IV

Interior Noise and Vibration Sources - - - - 4 -

38

(Part 2 of 2) (NVC205)

Mounts and Shock Absorbers (Part 1 - - - - 4 -

37

of 2) (NVC206)

Amphitheatre

Mounts and Shock Absorbers (Part 2 - - - - 4 -

38

of 2) (NVC206)

Tires (NVC202) - - - - 4 - Salon V 39

Written Only (NVC999) - - - 4 - 39

Sound Package Materials for

Vehicle Noise Control Webinar

Increase your knowledge of effective vehicle interior noise control tools

when you participate in this convenient multi-session live webinar!

When: October 27 - November 19, 2009

This webinar will be presented in eight sessions, each Tuesday and Thursday

beginning October 27, 2009 and ending November 19, 2009.

Where: Your Computer

All sessions are 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EDT

MEMBERS SAVE!

Registration: $915;

SAE Members: $795 (1.3 CEUs)

Visit www.sae.org/webinars/soundpackage

for session topics and registration.

Or contact SAE Customer Service at 1-877-606-7323

(1-724-776-4970 outside the U.S. and Canada)

Can’t make a session?

All sessions will be recorded for later playback in the

event you are unable to attend any of the live sessions!

Session fees include access to recordings.

P90453

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Tech sessions tuesday at a glance

Tuesday May 19

AM PM Room No. Page No.

Engine/Powertrain/Driveline Driveline (Part 1 of 4) (NVC103) - 4

24

Salon II

Driveline (Part 2 or 4) (NVC103) - 4 26

Structural Analysis: Engine/Powertrain/Driveline

4 -

(NVC100)

Marsalis I, II 23

NVH Measurement Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and Methods (Part 1 - 4

25

of 4) (NVC401)

Salon V

Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and Methods (Part 2 - 4

26

of 4) (NVC401)

Sound Source Identification (Part 1 of 2) (NVC402) 4 -

23

Broadway A&B

Sound Source Identification (Part 2 of 2) (NVC402) - 4 25

Structural Analysis: Numerical Methods (Part 1 of 2) - 4

27

(NVC600)

Salon I, III, IV

Numerical Methods Structural Analysis: Numerical Methods (Part 2 of 2) - 4

27

(NVC600)

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 1 of 5) (NVC602) - 4 Marsalis I, II 27

Passive and Active NVH Active Noise and Vibration (NVC302) 4 - New Orleans

Control

Ballroom

23

Materials (Part 1 of 2) (NVC300) 4 -

23

Materials (Part 2 of 2) (NVC300) - 4 25

Amphitheatre

Standards, Processes and Product Development Process (NVC501) - 4

27

Perspectives

Vehicle Exterior Drive-By-Noise (Part 1 of 2) (NVC700) - 4

24

Salon VI

Drive-By-Noise (Part 2 of 2) (NVC700) - 4 26

Vehicle Subsystem NVH Body Structure / Chassis (Part 1 of 3) (NVC200) - 4 New Orleans 24

Body Structure / Chassis (Part 2 of 3) (NVC200) - 4 Ballroom 26

Brakes (NVC201) - 4 Marsalis I, II 24

SAE 2009

Commercial Vehicle Engineering

P81933

Congress and Exhibition

October 6 – 7, 2009

Executive Leadership provided by:

www.sae.org/comvec

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

Rosemont, Illinois USA

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TIME

10:00

a.m.

10:20

a.m.

10:40

a.m.

11:00

a.m.

11:20

a.m.

11:40

a.m.

10:01

p.m.

Tuesday, May 19 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

New Orleans Ballroom Amphitheatre Broadway A&B Marsalis I, II

Active Noise and Vibration

(NVC302)

This session addresses the strategies and

methods for implementing active noise

and vibration control in a vehicle. It will

cover sensors and transducers, feedback

systems, control algorithms, software

for active control, noise and vibration

cancellation devices, noise and vibration

measurement systems, and case studies.

10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Organizers:

Mohamad S. Qatu, Mississippi State Univ.;

Mohamed Khalid Abdelhamid, Bosch Corp.;

Thomas L. Lagö, Axiom Edu Tech. Inc.; Luc

Mongeau, McGill Univ.

Active Control of Powertrain Noise Using

a Frequency Domain Filtered-X LMS

Algorithm

Materials (Part 1 of 2) (NVC300)

This session will cover materials used

to solve noise and vibration problems in

vehicles. Topics covered will include new

and traditional NVH materials, materials

with unique or special NVH properties,

case studies covering applications of NVH

materials to solve specific vehicle problems,

modeling of materials, manufacturing

or processing of NVH materials, and

engineering and design principles for the

use of NVH materials.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Barry Wyerman, Janesville Acoustics; Jason

T. Kunio, Brüel & Kjær North America Inc.;

Jian Pan, Rieter Automotive North America

Inc.; David B. Reed, Janesville Acoustics;

Pranab Saha, Kolano and Saha Engineers

Inc.; Steven R. Sorenson, Chrysler LLC

Thoughts behind Developing SAE

Standard J2883 - Random Incidence

Sound Absorption Tests Using a Small

Reverberation Room

Sound Source Identification (Part

1 of 2) (NVC402)

This session covers sound source

identification and localization, accoustical

holography, sound generation mechanisms,

measurement techniques related to the

sound source and noise propagation, and

visualization techniques for sound pressure

levels, sound radiation patterns, frequency

content, and intensity. Also included are

prediction and modeling methods related to

the sound source.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Gary Newton, Brüel & Kjær North America

Inc.; Gabriella Cerrato-Jay, Sound Answers

Inc.; Saeed Siavoshani, Dow Automotive

Panel Contribution Analysis in a Vehicle

Cabin Using a Dual Layer Handheld Array

with Integrated Position Measurement

Structural Analysis: Engine/

Powertrain/Driveline (NVC100)

The focus of the Structural Analysis session

is to share experiences on analyzing,

testing, and developing solutions to

structural noise and vibration problems from

powertrain sources. Analytical modeling,

experimental testing and predictive

correlation are just a few of the tools used in

this endeavor.

10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Organizers:

Deane B. Jaeger, Harley-Davidson Motor

Co.; Robert F. Hand, Redbud Technology

Group; Christopher Morgan, Polysonics

Corp.

Idle Combustion Smoothness

(2009-01-2145) (2009-01-2141) (2009-01-2171) (2009-01-2032)

Jie Duan, Mingfeng Li, Teik C. Lim, Univ.

of Cincinnati; Ming-Ran Lee, Wayne

VanHaaften, Ming-Te Cheng, Takeshi Abe,

Ford Motor Co.

Pranab Saha, Kolano and Saha Engineers

Inc.; Jian Pan, Rieter Automotive North

America Inc; Jerry Veen, Johnson Controls

Inc

Jørgen Hald, Jakob Mørkholt, Brüel & Kjær

Sound/Vib Meas A/S

Joseph L. Stout, Ford Motor Co.

Use of an Electromagnetic Damper for

Active Suspension System of a Road

Vehicle

Review of Test Methods for Material

Properties of Elastic Porous Materials

Measurement of Absorption Coefficient,

Surface Admittance, Radiated Intensity

and Absorbed Intensity on the Panels of a

Vehicle Cabin using a Dual Layer Array with

Integrated Position Measurement

(2009-01-2144) (2009-01-2135) (2009-01-2170) (2009-01-2034)

Ashok Rangnath Mache, Vishwakarma

Institute of Information Technology

Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle Induction Motor

Aerodynamic Noise Evaluation

Jian Pan, Rieter Automotive North America

Inc.; Peter A. Jackson, American Acoustical

Products Inc

Optimization of Sound Absorbers Using

Resistive Facings

Jakob Morkholt, Jorgen Hald, Brüel & Kjær

Sound/Vib A/S

Development of Sound Source Search

Technology for High Frequency Noise in

Vehicle Interiors

Vibration Analysis of Powertrain Mounting

System with a Combination of Active and

Passive Isolators with Spectrally-varying

Properties

Jae-Yeol Park, Rajendra Singh, Ohio State

Univ.

Development of a Procedure for Multi-axial

Road Load Reproductions on an Exhaust

Test Rig

(2009-01-2148) (2009-01-2137) (2009-01-2172) (2009-01-2030)

Ahmed A. A. Saad, Helwan Univ.

Michael Dinsmore, Acoustical Consulting

Services; Barry Wyerman, Janesville

Acoustics; Richard Bliton, Precision Fabrics

Group Inc

Masahiko Yamanouchi, Koji tsurumura,

Toyota Motor Corporation; Takayoshi

Yoshioka, Toyota Motor Engineering &

Manufacturing North America, Inc.; Yutaka

Ishii, Brüel & Kjær Japan

Filip De Coninck, Kuleuven Belgium; Paul

Sas, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit

Leuven; Luk Dedene, Eric Hansenne,

Bernard Lehaen, Bosal Research NV

Design of a New VSSS-Adaptive Filter for a

Potential Application of Active Noise Control

to Intake System

In Situ PU Surface Impedance

Measurements for Quality Control in an

Assembly Line

DRE NVH Contribution Analysis of Vehicle

Cavity Fillers - NVH Target Setting Process

(2009-01-2149) (2009-01-2142) (2009-01-2169) (2009-01-2031)

Euiyoul Kim, Sang Kwon Lee, Eun-woo Na,

Ho-Wuk Kim, Inha Univ.

Finite Element Analysis of Composite Box

Structure Containing Piezoelectric Actuators

and Sensors for Active Vibration Control

(Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2147)

Ramkumar Kandasamy, Chandran

Subramani, Satyam venture engineering

services Ltd.; N Ganesan, Indian Institute of

Technology

Boundary Conditions Affecting Gear Whine

of a Gearbox Housing Acting as a Structural

Member

Emiel Tijs, Microflown Technologies BV Saeed Siavoshani, Dow Automotive Brian K. Wilson, Romax Technology

Inc.; Edmund Stilwell , NACCO Material

Handling Group; Riza Jamaluddin , Romax

Technology Ltd

The Effect of Composite Material

Attachment Configuration on SAE J1400

Transmission Loss Test Results

(2009-01-2133) (2009-01-2168)

Steven M. Brown, Dan LaForgia , The

Soundcoat Company Inc.

Lightweight Acoustic-Grade PVB

Windshield to Reduce Vehicle Interior Noise

Use of Combustion Sound Level (CSL)

Analysis for Powertrain NVH Development

and Benchmarking

Todd Tousignant, Kiran Govindswamy,

Thomas Wellmann, FEV Inc.; Stefan Heuer,

FEV Motorentechnik GmbH; Michael

Workings, Chrysler Engineering

Model Order Reduction Using Basis

Expansions for Nearfield Acoustic

Holography

(2009-01-2138) (2009-01-2174)

Jun Lu, Solutia Inc.

Tariq M. Khan, Pradeep Ramuhalli, Michigan

State Univ.; S. T. Raveendra, Weiguo

Zhang, Comet Technology Corp.

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TIME

2:30

p.m.

2:50

p.m.

3:10

p.m.

3:20

p.m.

10:01

p.m.

10:02

p.m.

Tuesday, May 19 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

New Orleans Ballroom Marsalis I, II Salon VI Salon II

Body Structure / Chassis (Part 1

of 3) (NVC200)

This session covers static and dynamic

issues in the body and chassis that

contribute to noise and vibration problems

in vehicles. Included in this session are

modal studies, measurement and analysis

methods, transfer path analysis, design

guidelines, and recommended practices

for noise and vibration control of the body

and chassis.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Gregory W. Hopton, AVL Instrumentation

& Test System Inc.; Christian M. Fernholz,

Ford Motor Co.

A Test-Based Procedure for the

Identification of Rack and Pinion Steering

System Parameters for use in CAE Ride-

Comfort Simulations

Brakes (NVC201) Drive-By-Noise (Part 1 of 2)

(NVC700)

This session provides a good overview of

current issues and problem-solving activities

in vehicle braking system noise. Braking

noise is one of the highest dollars cost

warranty issues for the automakers, and

therefore, gets considerable attention. The

papers of this session will describe both

experimental and analytical programs of

investigations related to this issue.

2:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Organizers:

James K. Thompson, Brüel & Kjær North

America Inc.; Mohamed Khalid Abdelhamid,

Bosch Corp.

A Study of Effects of Brake Contact

Interfaces on Brake Squeal

This session covers noise sources,

measurement techniques, noise attenuation

strategies, case studies, prediction and

modeling methods, and community

regulations related to drive-by noise.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Paul R. Donavan, Illingworth & Rodkin Inc.;

Deane B. Jaeger, Harley-Davidson Motor

Co.; Richard F. Schumacher, RS Beratung

LLC; Steven R. Sorenson, Chrysler LLC

Evaluation of Different Tyre Noise Models for

Vehicle Pass-By Sound Synthesis

Driveline (Part 1 of 4) (NVC103)

This session deals with analytical,

computational and experimental studies

of the dynamic response including noise

and vibration of automotive driveline

system and components. Typical topics of

interests include, but not limited to, torque

converters, gear noise, axle noise driveline

system dynamics, transmission noise and

vibrations, powertrain dynamics, transient

dynamic response and propshaft balancing.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Teik C. Lim, Univ. of Cincinnati; Kiran

Govindswamy, FEV Inc.; Mohamad S. Qatu,

Mississippi State Univ.; Joseph L. Stout,

Ford Motor Co.; In-Soo Suh, The Suh

Consulting LLC

Optimization of Gear Whine, Efficiency and

Durability of a Manual Transaxle

(2009-01-2090) (2009-01-2100) (2009-01-2226) (2009-01-2064)

Paola Diglio, LMS International; Jianmin

Gu, Ford Motor Co; Greg Falbo, LMS North

America

Yan Yue, Bosch Chassis Systems

Dries Berckmans, Peter Kindt, Paul Sas,

Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Brian K. Wilson, Kurt Sheridan, Romax

Technology Inc.

Steering Grunt Noise Robustness

Improvement

Braking Systems Creep Groan Noise:

Detection and Evaluation

Correlation Study between On-Road Pass-

By Noise and Reverberation Room Body

Transparency Tests

(2009-01-2095) (2009-01-2103) (2009-01-2227) (2009-01-2071)

John McWilliams, Daniel Bleitz, Jim Wei,

Ford Motor Co.

Reciprocal Transfer Functions Synthesis

Method for Rolling Noise and NVH Floor

Treatment Investigations

Mohamed Khalid Abdelhamid, Robert

Bosch LLC; Wade R. Bray, HEAD Acoustics

Inc.

Yuksel Gur, Ford Motor Co.; Timothy

Mouch, Ford Advanced Vehicle Technology;

Sung-Ping Cheng, Ford Motor Co.

Component Noise Source Ranking of a

Medium Duty Diesel Truck during Pass-by

Design and Conduct of Precision Planetary

Gear Vibration Experiments

Tristan Ericson, Robert Parker, Ohio State

Univ.

Vibration of Three Piece Shaft System

(2009-01-2088) (2009-01-2230) (2009-01-2067)

Johan Grebert, Luca Mazzarella, Rieter

Automotive Management AG

Hans-Peter Keller, Pelzer Consult GmbH;

Christopher Conklin, Daniel Faylor, Navistar

Inc.

Mohamad S. Qatu, Mississippi State Univ.

Road Noise TPA Simplification for Improving

Vehicle Sensitivity to Tire Cavity Resonance

Using Helium Gas

Localization of Truck Noise Sources

under Passby Conditions Using Acoustic

Beamforming Methods

Characterizing the Onset of Manual

Transmission Gear Rattle - Part I:

Experimental Results

(2009-01-2092) (2009-01-2232) (2009-01-2063)

Andrew Stephen Waisanen, Hyundai-Kia

America Technical Center Inc.; Jason R.

Blough, Michigan Technological Univ.

Paul R. Donavan, Illingworth & Rodkin Inc. Darrell Robinette, Randall S Beikmann,

Michael Powell, Paul Piorkowski, General

Motors Powertrain

High Frequency Brake Squeal Prediction

Index for Disc In-plane Mode (Written Only

-- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2102)

Sang-Don Joo, Ji-Hoon Han, Jeong-Tae

Kim, Kyung-Hwan park, Hyundai Mobis

Complex Mode Analysis on Disk Brake

Squeal and Design Improvement (Written

Only -- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2101)

Jun Hou, Xuexun Guo, Gangfeng Tan,

Wuhan Univ. of Technology

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TIME

2:30

p.m.

2:50

p.m.

3:10

p.m.

10:01

p.m.

10:02

p.m.

Tuesday, May 19 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Salon V Amphitheatre Broadway A&B Salon I, III, IV

Instrumentation Systems,

Sensors and Methods (Part 1 of 4)

(NVC401)

This session covers instrumentation

sensors, systems and methods used in the

measurement and analysis of noise and

vibration. Analysis of methods internal to

instrumentation will also be covered.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Wade R. Bray, HEAD Acoustics Inc.; James

M. Nieters, HGL Dynamics, Inc.

Measuring the Sound Power of a Standard

Reference Source Using Sound-Intensity

Materials (Part 2 of 2) (NVC300)

This session will cover materials used

to solve noise and vibration problems in

vehicles. Topics covered will include new

and traditional NVH materials, materials

with unique or special NVH properties,

case studies covering applications of NVH

materials to solve specific vehicle problems,

modeling of materials, manufacturing

or processing of NVH materials, and

engineering and design principles for the

use of NVH materials.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Barry Wyerman, Janesville Acoustics; Jason

T. Kunio, Brüel & Kjær North America Inc.;

Jian Pan, Rieter Automotive North America

Inc.; David B. Reed, Janesville Acoustics;

Pranab Saha, Kolano and Saha Engineers

Inc.; Steven R. Sorenson, Chrysler LLC

Application of dual density light weight dash

acoustic insulators in SUVs

Sound Source Identification (Part

2 of 2) (NVC402)

This session covers sound source

identification and localization, accoustical

holography, sound generation mechanisms,

measurement techniques related to the

sound source and noise propagation, and

visualization techniques for sound pressure

levels, sound radiation patterns, frequency

content, and intensity. Also included are

prediction and modeling methods related to

the sound source.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Gary Newton, Brüel & Kjær North America

Inc.; Gabriella Cerrato-Jay, Sound Answers

Inc.; Saeed Siavoshani, Dow Automotive

Sound Intensity Visualization with a Rigid

Spherical Microphone Array in a Vehicle

Cabin

Structural Analysis: Numerical

Methods (Part 1 of 2) (NVC600)

This session focuses on the development

and application of analytical methods for

characterizing the dynamic behavior of

structural systems. Analysis methods for

all structural components, subsystems and

complete systems found in automotive

vehicles will be considered, except for

powertrain and driveline which are covered

in Powertrain Structural Analysis session.

Examples include (but are not limited to)

body structure, chassis structure, seats and

interior structures.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Gregory M. Goetchius, Materials Sciences

Corp.; Christopher E. Shaw, Visteon Corp.

Flexural Vibration of Free Square Plate by

the Method of Superposition Using the Ritz

Function and Comparison with Experimental

Whole-Field Interferometry for Transverse

Vibration of Plates

(2009-01-2156) (2009-01-2143) (2009-01-2176) (2009-01-2194)

Robert Hickling, Sonometrics Inc.

Sajith Edathute, Mahindra & Mahindra,

Ltd.; Thulasi ram Nalla, Rajesh Bhangale,

Mansinh Kumbhar, Mahindra & Mahindra

Ltd

Kazuhiro Takashima, Hiroshi Nakagawa,

Nittobo Acoustic Engineering Co., Ltd.; Earl

Williams, Naval Research Laboratory

B. Soltannia, National Technical Univ. of

Ukraine; Milad Hajikhani, Amirkabir Univ. of

Technology

Calibrating and Protecting Microphones to

Allow Acoustic Measurements in Hazardous

Environments

Generalized Light-Weight Concepts:

Improving the Acoustic Performance of

Less than 2500 G/M² Insulators

Mapping 3 D Sound Intensity Streamlines in

a Car Interior

(2009-01-2163) (2009-01-2136) (2009-01-2175) (2009-01-2193)

Chad Michael Walber, Carl Anderson,

Mark Johnson, Jason R. Blough, Michigan

Technological Univ.

Emiel Tijs, Microflown Technologies BV

Using Acoustic Particle Velocity Sensors for

End of Line Control

Arnaud Duval, Jean-Francois Rondeau,

Guillaume Deshayes, Lars Bischoff,

Ludovic Dejaeger , Faurecia Acoustics And

Soft Trim Div.

A Correlation between Oberst Bar and

Center Point Damping Results

A New Method of Powertrain Noise Source

Identification using a Particle Velocity Probe

for Acoustic Intensity Measurement

Prediction of Low Frequency Vibration

Caused by Power Train Using Multi Body

Dynamics

Hiroshi Sugimura, Yasushi Donoue,

Masayuki Takei, Hiroo Yamaoka, Toyota

Motor Corp.

A Measures Planning Method by Analysis of

Contribution of the Vibration Transfer Path

(2009-01-2155) (2009-01-2134) (2009-01-2173) (2009-01-2197)

Hans-Elias De Bree, Microflown

Jon Dowling, Pranab Saha, Kolano and Alastair William Brown, Simon Gregory, Yukio Nakamura, Doshisha

Technologies BV

Saha Engineers Inc.

Ricardo UK, Ltd.

Procedure to Asses the Vibroacoustic

Quality of a Diesel Engine in Assembly

Workshop (Written Only -- No Oral

Presentation)

(2009-01-2166)

Jose A. Calvo, Universidad Carlos III de

Madrid

Measurement and Analysis of Cam

Chain Noise for Source Identification

and Mitigation (Written Only -- No Oral

Presentation)

(2009-01-2167)

Kumaraswamy Shivashankaraiah, NV

Dynamics India

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TIME

4:20

p.m.

4:40

p.m.

5:00

p.m.

Tuesday, May 19 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

New Orleans Ballroom Salon VI Salon II Salon V

Body Structure / Chassis (Part 2

of 3) (NVC200)

This session covers static and dynamic

issues in the body and chassis that

contribute to noise and vibration problems

in vehicles. Included in this session are

modal studies, measurement and analysis

methods, transfer path analysis, design

guidelines, and recommended practices

for noise and vibration control of the body

and chassis.

4:20 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.

Organizers:

Gregory W. Hopton, AVL Instrumentation

& Test System Inc.; Christian M. Fernholz,

Ford Motor Co.

An Innovative Method of Simulating Tire

Non-Uniformity Forces for Vehicle Vibration

Sensitivity Measurements

Drive-By-Noise (Part 2 of 2)

(NVC700)

This session covers noise sources,

measurement techniques, noise attenuation

strategies, case studies, prediction and

modeling methods, and community

regulations related to drive-by noise.

4:20 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.

Organizers:

Paul R. Donavan, Illingworth & Rodkin Inc.;

Deane B. Jaeger, Harley-Davidson Motor

Co.; Richard F. Schumacher, RS Beratung

LLC; Steven R. Sorenson, Chrysler LLC

Sound Quality Jury Analysis versus Sound

Pressure Measurement in Snowmobiles

Driveline (Part 2 or 4) (NVC103)

This session deals with analytical,

computational and experimental studies

of the dynamic response including noise

and vibration of automotive driveline

system and components. Typical topics of

interests include, but not limited to, torque

converters, gear noise, axle noise driveline

system dynamics, transmission noise and

vibrations, powertrain dynamics, transient

dynamic response and propshaft balancing.

4:20 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.

Organizers:

Teik C. Lim, Univ. of Cincinnati; Kiran

Govindswamy, FEV Inc.; Mohamad S. Qatu,

Mississippi State Univ.; Joseph L. Stout,

Ford Motor Co.; In-Soo Suh, The Suh

Consulting LLC

Influence of Rotor Gyroscopic Effect on

Hypoid and Bevel Geared System Dynamics

Instrumentation Systems,

Sensors and Methods (Part 2 of 4)

(NVC401)

This session covers instrumentation

sensors, systems and methods used in the

measurement and analysis of noise and

vibration. Analysis of methods internal to

instrumentation will also be covered.

4:20 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.

Organizers:

Wade R. Bray, HEAD Acoustics Inc.; James

M. Nieters, HGL Dynamics, Inc.

Ultrasound Techniques for Leak Detection

(2009-01-2086) (2009-01-2231) (2009-01-2070) (2009-01-2159)

Perry Gu; Michael McKee, Ford Motor Co. James Knittel, HEAD Acoustics Inc.; Jay

Meldrum, Michigan Technological Univ.

Tao Peng, Teik C. Lim, Univ. of Cincinnati Chris Moon, Sound Answers, Inc.; Warren

Brown, QuadraScan Technologies LLC;

Scott Mellen, Weldmation; Eric R Frenz,

Brüel & Kjær North America Inc; DJ

Pickering, Sound Answers, Inc.

Optimizing R&H and VNH Peformances

Early in the Design Process via Multi Body

Simulation

Realization of Ground Effects on

Snowmobile Pass-by Noise Testing

The Influence of Key Parameters on the

Nonlinear Resonances in Loaded Driveline

Rattle

Advanced Signal Processing Algorithms for

Sound and Vibration Beyond the FFT

(2009-01-2087) (2009-01-2229) (2009-01-2068) (2009-01-2164)

Jaimin Bai, Ford Motor Co; Paolo di Carlo, Brandon Dilworth, Jason R. Blough, Ashley Crowther, Chris Halse, Zhiwei Zhang, Kurt Veggeberg, National Instruments

LMS International

Michigan Technological Univ.

Romax Technology Ltd.

Noise Path Analysis Process Evaluation of

Automotive Shock Absorber Transient Noise

Determination of Source Contribution in

Snowmobile Pass-by Noise Testing

Characterizing the Onset of Manual

Transmission Gear Rattle - Part II: Analytical

Results

(2009-01-2091) (2009-01-2228) (2009-01-2069) (2009-01-2157)

David Bogema, Brüel & Kjær North America

Inc; Paul R. Goodes, Sound Answers

Inc.; Chahe Apelian, Hyundai Kia America

Technical Center Inc.; Michael Csakan,

Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center Inc.

Brandon Dilworth, Jason R. Blough,

Michigan Technological Univ.

Darrell Robinette, Randall S Beikmann,

Michael Powell, Paul Piorkowski, General

Motors Powertrain

Understanding Order Tracking Algorithm

Limitations

Jason R. Blough, Michigan Technological

Univ.

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TIME

4:20

p.m.

4:40

p.m.

5:00

p.m.

Tuesday, May 19 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Amphitheatre Salon I, III, IV Marsalis I, II

Product Development Process

(NVC501)

This session focuses on the development

process used to achieve NVH goals and

includes topics such as benchmarking,

target setting, target cascading, the role

and timing of simulation methods and test

methods and cross functional coordination

and optimization. Papers in this session will

also explore the relevance and timing of

component, subsystem and full system

analysis and testing

4:20 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.

Organizers:

Robert E. Powell, Exa Corp.; Alan V. Parrett,

General Motors Corp.

Vehicle-to-Vehicle NVH Performance

Variance

Structural Analysis: Numerical

Methods (Part 2 of 2) (NVC600)

This session focuses on the development

and application of analytical methods for

characterizing the dynamic behavior of

structural systems. Analysis methods for

all structural components, subsystems and

complete systems found in automotive

vehicles will be considered, except for

powertrain and driveline which are covered

in Powertrain Structural Analysis session.

Examples include (but are not limited to)

body structure, chassis structure, seats and

interior structures.

4:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Gregory M. Goetchius, Materials Sciences

Corp.; Christopher E. Shaw, Visteon Corp.

Structure-Borne Vehicle Analysis Using a

Hybrid Finite Element Method

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 1 of

5) (NVC602)

This session covers the relationships

between vibration and noise that can be

generated throughout the vehicle. Included

in this session are modal vibration studies

related to noise, vibration transfer paths

throughout the vehicle, and coupling of

vibration and acoustical modes. Both

experimental and analytical approaches are

included in this session.

4:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

(2009-01-2179) (2009-01-2196) (2009-01-2209)

Robert Shaver, Kuang-Jen Liu, Michael

Hardy, Chrysler LLC

V6-SUV Engine Sound Development

Nickolas Vlahopoulos, Univ. of Michigan;

Aimin Wang, Ricardo Sbragio , Michigan

Engineering Services; Davide Caprioli,

Claudio Bertolini, Rieter Automotive

Management AG

A New Tool for Ship-Marine Machinery

Noise Analysis

Organizers:

Taner Onsay, Chrysler LLC; Jay H. Kim,

Univ. of Cincinnati; Y Charles Lu, Univ.

of Kentucky; Patty Manning, Cambridge

Collaborative Inc.

Reconstruction of a Vibration Field from

Acoustical Measurements: A New Inverse

Method Based on the Concept of «Pellicular

Acoustic Modes»

Gregory Lielens, Bernard Van Antwerpen,

Jean-Pierre Coyette, Jean-Louis Migeot,

Free Field Technologies

Vibro-Acoustic Modeling of the APAMAT II

Test System

(2009-01-2177) (2009-01-2195) (2009-01-2210)

Naoki Hirate, Masashi Komada, Toyota

Motor Corp.; Takayoshi Yoshioka, Toyota

Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North

America, Inc.; Siegmund Thomann, Franz

Brandl, AVL LIST GmbH

Leo Lu, Northrup Grumman

Ignatius Vaz, ESI North America; Jian Pan,

Rieter Automotive North America Inc

How Advances in On-Road NVH Simulator

Technology Have Enabled Firm Targets and

a Clear Strategy for Delivery at the Concept

Phase

(2009-01-2178)

David Quinn, Nissan Technical Centre

Europe; Paul Speed-Andrews, Nissan

Technical Center; Mark Allman-Ward,

Thorsten Heinz , NoViSim Ltd.

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Tech sessions wednesday at a glance

Wednesday May 20

AM PM Room No. Page No.

Commercial and Specialty Aerospace (NVC802) - 4 Salon I, III, IV 32

Vehicles

Heavy Duty Truck / Off-Highway (NVC800) - 4

32

Amphitheatre

Power Sport Vehicles (NVC801) - 4 34

Engine/Powertrain/Driveline Components / Accessories (Part 1 of 2) (NVC102) - 4 32

Broadway A&B

Components / Accessories (Part 2 of 2) (NVC102) - 4 33

Diesel (Part 1 of 2) (NVC104) 4 -

29

Amphitheatre

Diesel (Part 2 of 2) (NVC104) 4 - 30

Driveline (Part 3 of 4) (NVC103) 4 -

29

Salon II

Driveline (Part 4 or 4) (NVC103) - 4 32

Intake / Exhaust (Part 1 of 3) (NVC101) 4 -

30

New Orleans

Intake / Exhaust (Part 2 of 3) (NVC101) - 4 33

Ballroom

Intake / Exhaust (Part 3 of 3) (NVC101) - 4 34

NVH Measurement Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and Methods (Part 3 4 -

29

of 4) (NVC401)

Salon V

Instrumentation Systems, Sensors and Methods (Part 4 - 4

33

of 4) (NVC401)

Numerical Methods SEA (Statistical Energy Analysis) Design (Part 1 of 2) 4 -

30

(NVC601)

Broadway A&B

SEA (Statistical Energy Analysis) Design (Part 2 of 2) 4 -

31

(NVC601)

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 2 of 5) (NVC602) 4 -

30

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 3 of 5) (NVC602) 4 - 31

Marsalis I, II

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 4 of 5) (NVC602) - 4 33

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 5 of 5) (NVC602) - 4 34

Vehicle Subsystem NVH Body Structure / Chassis (Part 3 of 3) (NVC200) 4 - New Orleans

29

Ballroom

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TIME

Wednesday, May 20 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

New Orleans Ballroom Amphitheatre Salon II Salon V

Body Structure / Chassis (Part 3

of 3) (NVC200)

This session covers static and dynamic

issues in the body and chassis that

contribute to noise and vibration problems

in vehicles. Included in this session are

modal studies, measurement and analysis

methods, transfer path analysis, design

guidelines, and recommended practices

for noise and vibration control of the body

and chassis.

8:30 a.m. - 9:10 a.m.

Diesel (Part 1 of 2) (NVC104) Driveline (Part 3 of 4) (NVC103) Instrumentation Systems,

Sensors and Methods (Part 3 of 4)

(NVC401)

The diesel NVH session is focused on

issues related to making diesel engines

achieve better NVH characteristics. Topics

include both analytical and experimental

techniques for developing low noise diesel

engines and components. Related topics

covered in this session include linear and

torsional vibration of diesel engines, as

well as features intended to reduce diesel

specific intake and exhaust noise problems,

such as turbocharger whine.

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

This session deals with analytical,

computational and experimental studies

of the dynamic response including noise

and vibration of automotive driveline

system and components. Typical topics of

interests include, but not limited to, torque

converters, gear noise, axle noise driveline

system dynamics, transmission noise and

vibrations, powertrain dynamics, transient

dynamic response and propshaft balancing.

8:30 a.m. - 9:10 a.m.

This session covers instrumentation

sensors, systems and methods used in the

measurement and analysis of noise and

vibration. Analysis of methods internal to

instrumentation will also be covered.

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Organizers:

Gregory W. Hopton, AVL Instrumentation

& Test System Inc.; Christian M. Fernholz,

Ford Motor Co.

Organizers:

Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research

Institute; Kalyan Singh Bagga, Navistar Inc.;

Gregory W. Hopton, AVL Instrumentation

& Test System Inc.; Christopher E. Shaw,

Visteon Corp.

Organizers:

Teik C. Lim, Univ. of Cincinnati; Kiran

Govindswamy, FEV Inc.; Mohamad S. Qatu,

Mississippi State Univ.; Joseph L. Stout,

Ford Motor Co.; In-Soo Suh, The Suh

Consulting LLC

Organizers:

Wade R. Bray, HEAD Acoustics Inc.; James

M. Nieters, HGL Dynamics, Inc.

Chairpersons:

Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research

Institute

8:30

a.m.

8:50

a.m.

9:10

a.m.

10:01

p.m.

A Study of Front Subframe System

Optimization for Improving Vehicle NVH

Performance

A Method for NVH Quality Rating of Diesel

Combustion Noise Using Typical Driving

Modes

Development of a Multi-Body Systems

Approach for Analysis of Launch Shudder in

Rear Wheel Driven Vehicles

A Novel TPA Method Using Parametric

Load Models: Validation on Experimental

and Industrial Cases

(2009-01-2097) (2009-01-2078) (2009-01-2073) (2009-01-2165)

Sang Young Park, Hyundai & Kia Corp. Till Papenfus, HEAD acoustics GmbH;

Insoo Jung, Koo-Tae Kang, Hyundai Motor

Co.; Klaus Genuit, HEAD acoustics GmbH;

Jaemin Jin, Hyundai Motor Co.; Peter

Blaschke, HEAD acoustics GmbH

Thomas Wellmann, Kiran Govindswamy,

FEV Inc.

Peter Gajdatsy, Ludo Gielen, Peter Mas,

Karl Janssens, Herman Van der Auweraer,

LMS International; Wim Desmet, Katholieke

Universiteit Leuven

Noise Reduction of Electrically Powered

Mass Rapid Train by Improving the Contact

Conditions between the Rubbing Plates and

the Friction Blocks

In-Cylinder Pressure Analysis through

Accelerometer Signal Processing for Diesel

Engine Combustion Optimization

Study on Natural Torsional Vibration

Characteristics of Dual Mass Flywheel

- Radial Spring Type Torsional Vibration

Damper

Modeling Engine Roughness

(2009-01-2094) (2009-01-2079) (2009-01-2062) (2009-01-2153)

Hsiu-Ying Hwang, National Taipei Univ. of

Technology

Ornella Chiavola, Univ. ROMA TRE; Stefano

Manelli, Luigi Arnone, Lombardini S R L;

Giancarlo Chiatti, Univ. ROMA TRE

Jianjun Hu, Qin datong, Zhao Yusheng, Liu

Yonggang, Chongqing Univ.

Roland Sottek, HEAD acoustics GmbH

Improving Vehicle Vibrational Behavior via

Structural Modification with Random Road

Input (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

Diesel Combustion Mode Switching - A

Substantial NVH Challenge

(2009-01-2080) (2009-01-2162)

Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research

Institute

Separation of Transmission and Driveline

Imbalances and Its Application (Written Only

-- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2093) (2009-01-2061)

Mir Arash Keshavarz, Mohsen Bayani

Scott Yu, Robert Higley, Ford Motor Co.

Khaknejad, Shahram Azadi, K. N. Toosi

Univ. of Technology

Monitoring and Improving Acoustical

Measurement Quality Using Control Charts

Nikolina Samardzic; Jian Pan, Rieter

Automotive North America Inc

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TIME

Wednesday, May 20 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Broadway A&B Marsalis I, II Amphitheatre New Orleans Ballroom

SEA (Statistical Energy Analysis)

Design (Part 1 of 2) (NVC601)

This session provides a good overview

of recent innovations to SEA modeling

techniques. SEA models can be used

alone or together with hybrid analytical or

experimental techniques to establish good

comparative NVH predictions at the earliest

stage of the vehicle design process. The

papers of this session will describe recent

advances and / or validations of SEA

theory, applications, or use in conjunction

with hybrid techniques for high- and midfrequency

NVH predictions.

8:30 a.m. - 9:10 a.m.

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 2 of

5) (NVC602)

This session covers the relationships

between vibration and noise that can be

generated throughout the vehicle. Included

in this session are modal vibration studies

related to noise, vibration transfer paths

throughout the vehicle, and coupling of

vibration and acoustical modes. Both

experimental and analytical approaches are

included in this session.

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Diesel (Part 2 of 2) (NVC104) Intake / Exhaust (Part 1 of 3)

(NVC101)

The diesel NVH session is focused on

issues related to making diesel engines

achieve better NVH characteristics. Topics

include both analytical and experimental

techniques for developing low noise diesel

engines and components. Related topics

covered in this session include linear and

torsional vibration of diesel engines, as

well as features intended to reduce diesel

specific intake and exhaust noise problems,

such as turbocharger whine.

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.

This session covers experimental,

computational, and analytical efforts related

to the basic mechanisms and control

techniques of noise and vibration in the

breathing system (induction, combustion

chamber, and exhaust) of engines. Noise

sources include airborne, flow, flowacoustic

and flow-structure coupling.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Chadwyck T. Musser, Jerome E. Manning,

Cambridge Collaborative Inc.; Mark Moeller,

Spirit AeroSystems Inc.; Jian Pan, Rieter

Automotive North America Inc.; Alan V.

Parrett, General Motors Corp.

Organizers:

Taner Onsay, Chrysler LLC; Jay H. Kim,

Univ. of Cincinnati; Y Charles Lu, Univ.

of Kentucky; Patty Manning, Cambridge

Collaborative Inc.

Organizers:

Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research

Institute; Kalyan Singh Bagga, Navistar Inc.;

Gregory W. Hopton, AVL North America

Inc.; Christopher E. Shaw, Visteon Corp.

Organizers:

Ahmet Selamet, Ohio State Univ.; Norman

T. Huff, Owens Corning; Christopher E.

Shaw, Visteon Corp.

8:30

a.m.

8:50

a.m.

9:10

a.m.

9:30

a.m.

10:00

a.m.

10:20

a.m.

10:40

a.m.

11:00

a.m.

11:20

a.m.

11:40

a.m.

10:01

p.m.

Validation of SEA Predicted Vehicle Noise

Reduction via Exterior Loading Created by

Fast Multipole BEM

(2009-01-2200) (2009-01-2211)

Terence Connelly, Julio Cordioli, ESI Group;

Kent Fung, International Automotive

Components Grp

A CFD/SEA Approach for Prediction of

Vehicle Interior Noise due to Wind Noise

(2009-01-2203) (2009-01-2212)

Philippe Moron, E. Powell, David Freed, Franck

Perot, Bernd Crouse, Barbara Neuhierl, Exa Corp.;

Frank Ullrich, BMW Technik GmbH; Michael Hoell,

Artur Waibl, Cornelia Fertl, BMW AG

Application of the Wave Based Technique

to Predict the Engine Noise Radiation under

Anechoic Conditions

Achim Hepberger, Hans H. Priebsch ,

Virtual Vehicle (VIF); Franz Diwoky, Harald

Pramberger , AVL List GmbH

Vibro-Acoustic Simulation of Mechanical

Components Excited by Distributed

Random Loads

Jean-Pierre Coyette, Yves Detandt, Gregory

Lielens, Benoit Van den Nieuwenhof, Free

Field Technologies

FEM System Development for Dynamic

Response Analysis of Acoustic Trim

(2009-01-2213)

Norimasa Kobayashi, Masami Habuchi,

Hiroo Yamaoka, Toyota Motor Corp.

Networking & Refreshment Break

Noise Optimization of Diesel Engines with A High Performance Passive Muffler Valve

New Combustion System

(2009-01-2081) (2009-01-2039)

Shanjin Wang, Renault SAS

William E. Hill, Tenneco Inc.

Optimization of the High Frequency Noise

for the Passenger Car Diesel Engine

A Multi-Chamber Silencer for Turbocharger

Noise

(2009-01-2082) (2009-01-2048)

Jungyel Hwang, Hyundai-Kia R&D Center Iljae Lee, Chonbuk National Univ.; Ahmet

Selamet, Ohio State Univ; Tae-chung kim ,

Juin Kim, Hyundai-Kia Motors

Development of Self-Contained Engine Skid

for NVH Troubleshooting and Testing of

Diesel Engines

(2009-01-2083) (2009-01-2045)

Dhanesh Madhukar Purekar, David

Moenssen, Cummins Technical Center

Combustion Noise Prediction of a Light Duty

Diesel Engine and Numerical Optimization

through the Employment of Modefrontier

Software (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2077)

Daniela Siano, Istituto Motori CNR; Fabio

Bozza, Universita di Napoli

Experimental Determination of Sound

Transmission in Turbo-Compressors

Hans Rammal, KTH CICERO CENTRE;

Mats Abom, KTH Kungliga Tekiniska

Hogskolan

The Acoustic Impedance of a Wide Side

Branch Orifice: Experimental Determination

Using Three Port Methodology

(2009-01-2043)

Mikael K. Karlsson, KTH, MWL

Prediction of Muffler Insertion Loss by a

Hybrid FE Acoustic-SEA Model

(2009-01-2042)

Steven Mattson, David Labyak, Jeff Pruetz,

Great Lakes Sound & Vibration Inc; Terence

Connelly, ESI Group

Micro-Perforated Plates for Vehicle Applications

(2009-01-2037)

Sabry Allam, Mats Abom, Kungliga Tekniska

Hogskolan

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TIME

Wednesday, May 20 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Broadway A&B

SEA (Statistical Energy Analysis)

Design (Part 2 of 2) (NVC601)

This session provides a good overview

of recent innovations to SEA modeling

techniques. SEA models can be used

alone or together with hybrid analytical or

experimental techniques to establish good

comparative NVH predictions at the earliest

stage of the vehicle design process. The

papers of this session will describe recent

advances and / or validations of SEA

theory, applications, or use in conjunction

with hybrid techniques for high- and midfrequency

NVH predictions.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Marsalis I, II

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 3 of

5) (NVC602)

This session covers the relationships

between vibration and noise that can be

generated throughout the vehicle. Included

in this session are modal vibration studies

related to noise, vibration transfer paths

throughout the vehicle, and coupling of

vibration and acoustical modes. Both

experimental and analytical approaches are

included in this session.

10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Organizers:

Chadwyck T. Musser, Jerome E. Manning,

Cambridge Collaborative Inc.; Mark Moeller,

Spirit AeroSystems Inc.; Jian Pan, Rieter

Automotive North America Inc.; Alan V.

Parrett, General Motors Corp.

Organizers:

Taner Onsay, Chrysler LLC; Jay H. Kim,

Univ. of Cincinnati; Y Charles Lu, Univ.

of Kentucky; Patty Manning, Cambridge

Collaborative Inc.

10:00

a.m.

10:20

a.m.

10:40

a.m.

11:00

a.m.

11:20

a.m.

A Statistical Regression-Based Energy

Method for Estimating Vehicle Interior Noise

in Early Vehicle Design

(2009-01-2201) (2009-01-2218)

Shung H. Sung, Donald J. Nefske, GM

R&D Center

Use of SEA to Support Sound Package

Design Studies and Vehicle Target Setting

(2009-01-2206) (2009-01-2216)

Tom Teknos, Ford Motor Co.; Chadwyck T.

Musser, Cambridge Collaborative Inc.; Wei

Liu, Ford Motor Co.

Effect of Damping on Sound Transmission

Loss Through Automotive Body Panels

(2009-01-2202) (2009-01-2215)

Avinash R. Patil, MSC Engineered Materials

& Solutions

Refined Models of Seals and Slits for

Airborne SEA Predictions

(2009-01-2205) (2009-01-2214)

Julio Cordioli, Vincent Cotoni, Phil Shorter,

ESI Group

Validation of Hybrid FE-SEA Model of

a Trimmed Full Vehicle for Reduction of

Structure Borne Noise in the Mid-frequency

Range

(2009-01-2199)

Arnaud Charpentier, ESI North America;

Kazuki Fukui, Nissan Motor Co Ltd;

Prasanth Sreedhar, Bryce Gardner, ESI

North America

SONVERT: An Original Hybrid Traffic Noise

Simulation Approach

Jean-Francois Rondeau, Arnaud Duval,

Christian Morgenstern , Faurecia Acoustic

and Soft Trim Division; Gérard Borello,

Interac; Slaheddine Frikha , Alexandre Gallet

, ESI GROUP; Philippe Jean , Nicolas Noe

, CSTB

Treasuri2/FE: A Tool for the FE Simulation

of Sound Package Parts Fully Integrated

in Nastran

Claudio Bertolini, Luca Guj , Rieter

Automotive Management AG; Francesca

Avenati Bassi , Rieter Automotive Fimit SpA;

Kazuhito Misaji, Fumihiko Ide, Honda R&D

Co Ltd.

The Application of the Vincent Circle

to Vibro-Acoustic and Duct Acoustic

Applications

David W. Herrin, Jinghao Liu, Univ. of

Kentucky

A Hybrid Wave Based - Modally Reduced

Finite Element Method for the Efficient

Analysis of Low- and Mid-Frequency Car

Cavity Acoustics

Bert Van Genechten, Bert Pluymers ,

Dirk Vandepitte, Wim Desmet, Katholieke

Universiteit Leuven


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Announcing,

SAE International

Journal of Passenger

Cars - Mechanical

Systems

The SAE International Journal of Passenger

Cars - Mechanical Systems publishes peer

reviewed cutting-edge technical papers on the latest developments

in brake system design, chassis stability, ride comfort

simulation, tire rolling resistance and vehicle thermal

systems issues. It also includes papers on external vehicle

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Aerospace (NVC802)

Wednesday, May 20 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Salon I, III, IV Broadway A&B Salon II Amphitheatre

This session is devoted to NVH issues

arising within the aeronautical and

aerospace industries, such as community

noise, aircraft interior noise, aerospace

vibro-acoustics, noise prediction, modeling

and modal analysis.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Christian M. Fernholz, Ford Motor Co.

Evaluation of Methods for Developing Active

Vibration Control in Aircraft Trim Panels

Components / Accessories (Part

1 of 2) (NVC102)

This session is focused on base engine,

mounts, accessories, fuel injection system,

combustion system, transmission related

design or development noise and vibration

topics. The papers of this session will

have both experimental and analytical

approaches to problem solving.

2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

Organizers:

Kalyan Singh Bagga, Navistar Inc.; Tom

Mitchell, LMS North America; In-Soo

Suh, The Suh Consulting LLC; Prakash T.

Thawani, A1 Noise & Vibration Consultants;

Joachim Wolschendorf, FEV Inc.

Weight Reduction Feasibility of Engine

Components Concerning Noise and

Vibration Characteristics

Driveline (Part 4 or 4) (NVC103)

This session deals with analytical,

computational and experimental studies

of the dynamic response including noise

and vibration of automotive driveline

system and components. Typical topics of

interests include, but not limited to, torque

converters, gear noise, axle noise driveline

system dynamics, transmission noise and

vibrations, powertrain dynamics, transient

dynamic response and propshaft balancing.

2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

Organizers:

Teik C. Lim, Univ. of Cincinnati; Kiran

Govindswamy, FEV Inc.; Mohamad S. Qatu,

Mississippi State Univ.; Joseph L. Stout,

Ford Motor Co.; In-Soo Suh, The Suh

Consulting LLC

Aspects of NVH Integration in Hybrid

Vehicles

(2009-01-2246) (2009-01-2049) (2009-01-2085) (2009-01-2239)

Andrea Vigliotti, Italian Aerospace Research

Centre

Acoustics inside the Space Shuttle Orbiter

and the International Space Station

Ming Une Jen, Ming-Hung Lu, Industrial

Technology Research Institute

NVH Development of Lightweight Polymer

Oil Pans for Gasoline Engines

Kiran Govindswamy, Thomas Wellmann,

FEV Inc.; Georg Eisele, FEV Motorentechnik

Vibration Analysis of a Composite Shaft

(2009-01-2247) (2009-01-2060) (2009-01-2066) (2009-01-2240)

Jerry R. Goodman, NASA Johnson Space

Center

Interior Noise Aircraft Computations due

to TBL Excitation using the Energy Finite

Element Analysis

Abdelkrim Zouani, Thomas Smith, Frank

Valencia, Mamta Sabharwal, Changshen

Gan, Ford Motor Co.; Chul Lee, Ankur

Bhosale, Prasanna Kondapalli, BASF

Engineering Plastics

Vibro-Acoustic Simulations of Diesel

Injection Ducts

Mohamad S. Qatu, Mississippi State

University; Javed Iqbal, Ford Motor Co

Power Train Model Characteristics for

Vibration Analyses - Conflicting Demands in

Offline and HiL Environments

(2009-01-2248) (2009-01-2057) (2009-01-2072) (2009-01-2241)

Nickolas Vlahopoulos, Univ. of Michigan;

Washington de Lima , Cessna Aircraft

Company; Ricardo Sbragio, Jim He,

Michigan Engineering Services

Jean-Luc Bourachot, Jean-Pascal Leandre,

Alain Walbott, Benoit Bouvier, Renault SAS;

Bernard Van Antwerpen, Diego d’Udekem,

Free Field Technologies

Investigation of Compressor Surge Noise in

Automotive Turbochargers

Josef Girstmair, Franz Reich, Virtual Vehicle

(VIF); Duzko Prezel, AVL List GmbH; Hans

H. Priebsch, Virtual Vehicle (VIF)

Shearplate - A New Innovative Approach To

Reduce Powertrain Noise

(2009-01-2053) (2009-01-2065)

Charlie Teng, Steve Homco, Ford Motor Co. Erik Gustavsson, Trelleborg Rubore Inc.;

Claire Chaufour, PSA Peugeot Citroen; Arvid

Norberg, Trelleborg Rubore AB

Heavy Duty Truck / Off-Highway

(NVC800)

This session covers noise and vibration

in heavy trucks and buses and all other

off-road vehicles. Special attention will

be focused on the noise and vibration

problems found in these vehicles, as

opposed to passenger cars and light

trucks, and to the engineering solutions

required to solve these problems. Included

in the session are discussions of special

measurement methods, modeling

specifically directed to these vehicles, and

NVH materials with special properties to

address unique problems.

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Organizers:

Craig A. Birkett, Daimler Trucks North

America LLC; Peter A. Jackson, American

Acoustical Products Inc.; Charles T. Moritz,

Blachford Inc.; Pranab Saha, Kolano and

Saha Engineers Inc.

Modeling Interior Noise in Off-Highway

Trucks using Statistical Energy Analysis

Rohit Gujarathi, David Copley, Richard

Romick , Caterpillar Inc.; Mohan Rao,

Michigan Technological Univ

Truck Interior Noise Correlation using

the SAE Road Load Method in the

Commissioning of the E-A-R(TM) Acoustic

Technology Center

Steven Jorro, E-A-R¿ Thermal/Acoustic

Systems; Keith Thompson, Daimler Trucks;

Andrew Smith, Burke E. Porter

Optimization of Sound Packages for

Commercial Vehicles using Panel

Contribution Analysis

Manuel Sanchez Castillo, E-A-R, Aearo

Technologies, a 3M company; Andreas

Schuhmacher, Brüel & Kjær

Virtual Transfer Path Analysis at

Daimler Trucks (Written Only -- No Oral

Presentation)

(2009-01-2243)

Rene Visser, Daimler AG

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Wednesday, May 20 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Salon V New Orleans Ballroom Marsalis I, II Broadway A&B

Instrumentation Systems,

Sensors and Methods (Part 4 of 4)

(NVC401)

This session covers instrumentation

sensors, systems and methods used in the

measurement and analysis of noise and

vibration. Analysis of methods internal to

instrumentation will also be covered.

2:30 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.

Organizers:

Wade R. Bray, HEAD Acoustics Inc.; James

M. Nieters, HGL Dynamics, Inc.

Transporting NV Standardized Testing From

the Lab to the Production Environment

Intake / Exhaust (Part 2 of 3)

(NVC101)

This session covers experimental,

computational, and analytical efforts related

to the basic mechanisms and control

techniques of noise and vibration in the

breathing system (induction, combustion

chamber, and exhaust) of engines. Noise

sources include airborne, flow, flowacoustic

and flow-structure coupling.

2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

Organizers:

Ahmet Selamet, Ohio State Univ.; Norman

T. Huff, Owens Corning; Christopher E.

Shaw, Visteon Corp.

Load Effect on the Source Impedance

Measurement Accuracy

(2009-01-2158) (2009-01-2041) (2009-01-2222)

Glenn Pietila, Paul R. Goodes, Sound

Answers Inc.

Experimental Estimation of On-Vehicle

Wheel-End Force and Application to Tire

Flat-Spotting Effect

Jinghao Liu, David W. Herrin, Univ. of

Kentucky

Scattering Matrix Evaluation with CFD for

Components in Low Mach Number Flow

Ducts

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 4 of

5) (NVC602)

This session covers the relationships

between vibration and noise that can be

generated throughout the vehicle. Included

in this session are modal vibration studies

related to noise, vibration transfer paths

throughout the vehicle, and coupling of

vibration and acoustical modes. Both

experimental and analytical approaches are

included in this session.

2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

Organizers:

Taner Onsay, Chrysler LLC; Jay H. Kim,

Univ. of Cincinnati; Y Charles Lu, Univ.

of Kentucky; Patty Manning, Cambridge

Collaborative Inc.

Vehicle Airborne Noise Analysis using

Boundary Element and Finite Element

Energy Based Methods

Nickolas Vlahopoulos, Univ. of Michigan;

Jim He , Geng Zhang, Michigan Engineering

Services

Sound-Insulation Layers Low-Frequency

Modeling, using the Fuzzy Structure Theory

(2009-01-2160) (2009-01-2040) (2009-01-2221)

Joonhyung Park, Timothy Mouch, Michael

McKee, Ford Motor Co.

Axel Kierkegaard, MWL, KTH

charles fernandez, PSA Peugeot Citroën;

Laurent Gagliardini, PSA; Christian Soize,

Université Paris Est

A Method for Torsional Damper Tuning

Based on Baseline Frequency Response

Functions (Written Only -- No Oral

Presentation)

Predicting Shell Vibration and Implosion

Issues in Automotive Muffler Design

Guidelines for Calculation of Automotive

Exterior Acoustic Loads at Mid and High

Frequencies with Fast Multipole BEM

(2009-01-2038) (2009-01-2220)

Chulho Yang, Oklahoma State Univ.; Vincent Cotoni, ESI Group

John George, Tom Wahl, Hao Jin, Emcon

Technologies

Transmission Loss Measurement with and

without an Anechoic Termination

Energy Density Field Approach for Lowand

Medium-Frequency Vibroacoustic

Analysis of a Car Body Using a Statistical

Computational Model

(2009-01-2035) (2009-01-2219)

Shi Zheng, Chris Kleinfeld, Tenneco Inc. Morad Kassem, Laurent Gagliardini,

Christian Soize, PSA Peugeot Citroën

Networking & Refreshment Break

Components / Accessories (Part

2 of 2) (NVC102)

This session is focused on base engine,

mounts, accessories, fuel injection system,

combustion system, transmission related

design or development noise and vibration

topics. The papers of this session will

have both experimental and analytical

approaches to problem solving.

4:20 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.

Organizers:

Kalyan Singh Bagga, Navistar Inc.; Tom

Mitchell, LMS North America; In-Soo

Suh, The Suh Consulting LLC; Prakash T.

Thawani, A1 Noise & Vibration Consultants;

Joachim Wolschendorf, FEV Inc.

Use Crankshaft Position Sensor Signal to

Evaluate Engine Combustion Performance

(2009-01-2052)

Longxin Zhen, Yanshan Univ.; Qiang Li,

Hebei Univ. of Science and Technology;

Baocheng Wang, Zijun An, Yanshan Univ.

Modeling, Validation and Analysis of the

Fuel Supply and Injection System for NVH

Improvement

(2009-01-2055)

Nicolas Orand, Raphael Rhote-Vaney, LMS

North America

On Board Recognition of different Fuels

Feeding SI Engines with the use of

Dimensional and Nondimensional Vibration

Signal Parameters - Part 1

(2009-01-2056)

Bartosz Flekiewicz, Auto Gaz Slask; Marek

Flekiewicz, Pawel Fabis, Politechnika Slaska

A/C Moan - Its Diagnostics and Resolution

(Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2152) (2009-01-2054)

C.Q. Liu, Chrysler Corp.

Prakash T. Thawani, A1 Noise and Vibration

Control, LLC; Zhengyu Liu, Ford Motor Co

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Wednesday, May 20 - Afternoon

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

New Orleans Ballroom Amphitheatre Marsalis I, II

Intake / Exhaust (Part 3 of 3)

(NVC101)

This session covers experimental,

computational, and analytical efforts related

to the basic mechanisms and control

techniques of noise and vibration in the

breathing system (induction, combustion

chamber, and exhaust) of engines. Noise

sources include airborne, flow, flowacoustic

and flow-structure coupling.

4:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Ahmet Selamet, Ohio State Univ.; Norman

T. Huff, Owens Corning; Christopher E.

Shaw, Visteon Corp.

An Investigation and Validation of Tailpipe

Noise Contribution to Vehicle Cabin via

Transfer Path Analysis Concept

Power Sport Vehicles (NVC801)

This session covers noise and vibration

including test, analysis, treatment

and validation techniques for power

sport vehicles including motorcycles,

snowmobiles, ATVs, jet skis, pleasure craft,

and ultralight or microlight aircraft.

4:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Kenneth Kicinski, Deane B. Jaeger, Harley-

Davidson Motor Co.

Acceptability of OHM and ATV Noise - Case

Studies of Environmental Noise Produced

by OHM and ATV Riding Areas

Vibro Acoustic Analysis (Part 5 of

5) (NVC602)

This session covers the relationships

between vibration and noise that can be

generated throughout the vehicle. Included

in this session are modal vibration studies

related to noise, vibration transfer paths

throughout the vehicle, and coupling of

vibration and acoustical modes. Both

experimental and analytical approaches are

included in this session.

4:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Taner Onsay, Chrysler LLC; Jay H. Kim,

Univ. of Cincinnati; Y Charles Lu, Univ.

of Kentucky; Patty Manning, Cambridge

Collaborative Inc.

BEM Modeling of Mufflers with Diesel

Particulate Filters and Catalytic Converters

(2009-01-2044) (2009-01-2244) (2009-01-2225)

Chuanxi Ju, Sung Yoo, Tenneco Inc. Richard G. Pierson, Harley-Davidson Motor Tim Wu, Univ. of Kentucky

Co.

Modeling and Validation of an Exhaust

Muffler for a Commercial Tele-handler

Zoning Without Permitted Uses - Case

Study of Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruling:

Town of Rhine versus Bizzell / Manitowoc

Area Off-Highway Vehicle Association

Performance Improvement Algorithm for

Mode-Based Frequency Response Analysis

(2009-01-2047) (2009-01-2245) (2009-01-2223)

Ketan Kshirsagar, Michigan Tech. Unvi. Alexander Bub, Harley-Davidson Inc. Andrzej Bajer, Dassault Systemes Simulia

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Standards, Processes and Subjective Response (Part 1 of 2) (NVC503) 4 -

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Subjective Response (Part 2 of 2) (NVC503) 4 - New Orleans 38

Vehicle Exterior Windnoise and Aeroacoustics (NVC701) 4 - Salon VI 39

Vehicle Subsystem NVH Buzz, Squeak and Rattle (NVC204) 4 - Salon II 37

Interior Noise and Vibration Sources (Part 1 of 2) 4 -

37

(NVC205)

Salon I, III, IV

Interior Noise and Vibration Sources (Part 2 of 2) 4 - 38

(NVC205)

Mounts and Shock Absorbers (Part 1 of 2) (NVC206) 4 -

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Amphitheatre

Mounts and Shock Absorbers (Part 2 of 2) (NVC206) 4 - 38

Tires (NVC202) 4 - Salon V 39

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Thursday, May 21 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Salon I, III, IV Amphitheatre New Orleans Salon II

Interior Noise and Vibration

Sources (Part 1 of 2) (NVC205)

This session covers noise and vibration

sources and paths within a vehicle

(automobiles, trucks and recreational

vehicles). Example of noise sources

included are HVAC system, electric motor

powered mechanisms and door closure

and example of vibration sources are road

and engine. Also included are Whole Body

and Hand Arm Vibration experienced by

professional drivers as well as acoustical

design factors of audio, infotainment, and

hands free devices.

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Mounts and Shock Absorbers

(Part 1 of 2) (NVC206)

This session includes papers in the areas of

static, dynamic, and fatigue characterization

of elastomers, bushings, mounts and

shock absorbers used in the mobility

industry. Particular emphasis is given to

new and innovative analysis and testing

methodologies to quantify the non-linear

properties of these systems in addition

to the effects of temperature, frequency,

and aging. Papers dealing with specific

applications and case studies of existing

methodologies are also welcome.

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Subjective Response (Part 1 of 2)

(NVC503)

This session covers subjective testing

and analysis related to automotive noise

and vibration, usually referred to as sound

quality and vibration quality. The focus

is on both subjective and objective tools

and methods that can be used either to

design sound or vibration quality into the

automotive product, or to characterize and

eliminate undesired sounds or vibrations.

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Buzz, Squeak and Rattle

(NVC204)

This session is focused on the vehicle body

interior noise issues caused by friction and/

or impact due to the vibration of interfacing

components. The papers in this session

will investigate those issues through the

best practice of analytical and experimental

applications.

10:00 a.m. - 11:40 p.m.

8:30

a.m.

8:50

a.m.

9:10

a.m.

9:30

a.m.

10:00

a.m.

10:20

a.m.

10:40

a.m.

11:00

a.m.

11:20

a.m.

Organizers:

Gabriella Cerrato-Jay, Sound Answers Inc.;

Thomas L. Lagö, Axiom Edu Tech. Inc.;

Prakash T. Thawani, A1 Noise & Vibration

Consultants

Prediction of Interior Noise Based on Hybrid

TPA

Organizers:

Mohan Rao, Michigan Technological Univ.;

Mohamad S. Qatu, Mississippi State Univ.

Dynamic Properties of Styrene-Butadiene

Rubber for Automotive Applications

(2009-01-2115) (2009-01-2128) (2009-01-2183)

Sungjong Kim, Haein Yang, Sang Kwon

Lee, Inha Univ.

A PU Probe Array based Panel Noise

Contribution Analysis whilst Driving

Turgay Bengisu, General Motors Corp.;

Hejie Lin, Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland

Univ.

Charge Air Cooler Decoupling using Short

Rubber Hoses

Organizers:

Scott A. Lake, General Motors Corp.;

Michael Blommer, Ford Motor Co.; Peter

Laux, Johnson Controls Inc.; Steven R.

Sorenson, Chrysler LLC

Characteristics of the Luxury Sound Quality

of a Premium Class Passenger Car

Kyoung Hoon Lee, Hyundai Motor Co;

Sang Kwon Lee, Inha Univ.; Dong Chul

Park, Hyundai Motor Co

Approach to a Design of Experiments for

Sound Quality Evaluations of Car Interior

Adjusting Noises

(2009-01-2123) (2009-01-2130) (2009-01-2184)

Hans-Elias De Bree, Microflown

Technologies BV

ivan Chapelier, PSA Peugeot Citroën Philipp Scheibner, BMW Group; Andreas

Wendemuth, Otto-von-Guericke-Univ.

Magdeburg

Application of Tuned Mass Damper to

Address Discrete Excitation away from

Primary Resonance of a Structure

Investigation into Qualitative Dynamic

Characteristics Analysis of Hydraulically

Damped Rubber Mount for Vehicle Engine

Investigation into the Detection of a Quiet

Vehicle by the Blind Community and the

Application of an External Noise Emitting

System

(2009-01-2125) (2009-01-2132) (2009-01-2189)

Parimal Tathavadekar, Kuang-Jen Liu,

Chrysler LLC

Lirong Wang, Tokyo Institute of Technology Paul R. Goodes, Sound Answers Inc.;

Everett Meyer, Yun Bai, Enhanced Vehicle

Acoustics

Networking & Refreshment Break

Organizers:

Ivanna G. Malinow, TRW Occupant Safety

Systems Inc.; Luc Mongeau, McGill Univ.

Chairpersons:

Ivanna G. Malinow, TRW Occupant Safety

Systems Inc

Design and Analysis of a Gear Rattle Test

Rig

(2009-01-2113)

Ashley Crowther, Romax Technology

Limited

Detection Algorithm for Squeak and Rattle

(2009-01-2111)

Unnikrishnan Kuttan Chandrika, Jay H. Kim,

Univ of Cincinnati

Spherical Beamforming and Buzz, Squeak

and Rattle (BSR) Testing

(2009-01-2114)

Valerie Cook, Ahad Ali, Lawrence

Technological Univ.

A Study on the Optimization of Body

Structure for Rattle Noise by Exciting

Woofer Speaker

(2009-01-2110)

Ki-Chang Kim, Hyundai Motor Co.; Chan-

Mook Kim, Kookmin Univ; KIM JIN-TAEK,

Chonbuk National Univ

Simple Test Method for Squeak & Rattle

Evaluation Of Door Trim By Using Statically

Repeated Loading Robot Arm

(2009-01-2112)

Hyunchul Lee, HAN IL E HWA; Hyunmin

Park, Hyunghyun Na, Han Il E Hwa;

Jongsoo Kim, HANIL E-WHA; Oh-Hwan

Jeon, Ikkeun Jang, Han Il E Hwa

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Facilities (NVC400)

Thursday, May 21 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Broadway A&B Salon I, III, IV Amphitheatre New Orleans

This session is focused on the development

and application of facilities to conduct

noise and vibration measurements. The

intent is to provide practical information

on the engineering challenges to consider

in the construction and/or adaptation of a

facility to the specialized noise and vibration

requirements.

10:00 a.m. - 10:40 a.m.

Interior Noise and Vibration

Sources (Part 2 of 2) (NVC205)

This session covers noise and vibration

sources and paths within a vehicle

(automobiles, trucks and recreational

vehicles). Example of noise sources

included are HVAC system, electric motor

powered mechanisms and door closure

and example of vibration sources are road

and engine. Also included are Whole Body

and Hand Arm Vibration experienced by

professional drivers as well as acoustical

design factors of audio, infotainment, and

hands free devices.

10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Mounts and Shock Absorbers

(Part 2 of 2) (NVC206)

This session includes papers in the areas of

static, dynamic, and fatigue characterization

of elastomers, bushings, mounts and

shock absorbers used in the mobility

industry. Particular emphasis is given to

new and innovative analysis and testing

methodologies to quantify the non-linear

properties of these systems in addition

to the effects of temperature, frequency,

and aging. Papers dealing with specific

applications and case studies of existing

methodologies are also welcome.

10:00 a.m. - 10:40 a.m.

Subjective Response (Part 2 of 2)

(NVC503)

This session covers subjective testing

and analysis related to automotive noise

and vibration, usually referred to as sound

quality and vibration quality. The focus

is on both subjective and objective tools

and methods that can be used either to

design sound or vibration quality into the

automotive product, or to characterize and

eliminate undesired sounds or vibrations.

10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

Organizers:

Richard F. Schumacher, RS Beratung LLC;

Christopher Morgan, Polysonics Corp.;

James K. Thompson, Brüel & Kjær North

America Inc.

Organizers:

Gabriella Cerrato-Jay, Sound Answers Inc.;

Thomas L. Lagö, Axiom Edu Tech. Inc.;

Prakash T. Thawani, A1 Noise & Vibration

Consultants

Organizers:

Mohan Rao, Michigan Technological Univ.;

Mohamad S. Qatu, Mississippi State Univ.

Organizers:

Scott A. Lake, General Motors Corp.;

Michael Blommer, Ford Motor Co.; Peter

Laux, Johnson Controls Inc.; Steven R.

Sorenson, Chrysler LLC

Chairpersons:

Paul R. Goodes, Sound Answers Inc.

10:00

a.m.

10:20

a.m.

10:40

a.m.

11:00

a.m.

11:20

a.m.

10:01

p.m.

Design and Performance of the Acoustic

Technology Center at E-A-R

Correlating HVAC Vehicle Interior Noise to

Sub-system Measurements

The Characteristics of the SAM Combined

with WLF Equation

An Efficient Approach to Improving Vehicle

Acceleration Sound Quality Using an NVH

Simulator

(2009-01-2150) (2009-01-2117) (2009-01-2131) (2009-01-2190)

Manuel Sanchez, Steven R. Sorenson,

E-A-R Thermal/Acoustic Systems; Michael

Dinsmore, Acoustical Consulting Services;

Randy Rozema, ACS

Niranjan Humbad, Gunnar Schlinke, Stefan

Scherer, Behr America Inc.

Kastriot Shaska, Visteon Corp.

Farokh Kavarana, Nissan Technical Center

NA Inc.; Todd Schiller, Gene Taschuk,

Nissan Technical Center NA Inc; David

Bogema, Brüel & Kjær North America Inc

Measurement Accuracy for Qualification

Testing of Anechoic and Hemi Anechoic

Chambers Using the Continuous Draw

Method

Analytical and Experimental Approach to

Acoustic Package Design

Design of Shape for Visco-elastic Vibration

Isolation Elements by Topological and

Shape Optimization Methods

(2009-01-2151) (2009-01-2119) (2009-01-2127) (2009-01-2191)

Darren J. Brown, Kolano and Saha

Engineers Inc.

Todd Freeman, DJ Pickering, Sound

Answers, Inc.

Reduction of Interior Booming Noise for a

Small Diesel Engine Vehicle without Balance

Shaft Module

Hwan-Youp Oh, Kwang-joon Kim, Korea

Advanced Inst of Science & Tech

Sound Simulation and NVH Tuning of a

Multi-Mode Engine

David Bogema, Brüel & Kjær North America

Inc.; Mark Clapper, Brian Schabel, Ford

Motor Co; Mark Allman-Ward, Roger

Williams, Sound Evaluations Ltd

Understanding Opinion Forming Processes

During On-Road Evaluations of Whole

Vehicle Sound Quality

(2009-01-2121) (2009-01-2187)

Cheol-hyun Hwang, Hyundai Motor Co.

Sebastiano Giudice, Paul Jennings,

Louise Humphreys, Rebecca Cain, Univ.

of Warwick; Mark Allman-Ward, Sound

Evaluations Ltd; Garry Dunne, Jaguar

Cars Ltd

Attenuation of Vehicle Noise using

Acoustically Tuned Trunk Material

Vehicle Alternator Electromagnetic Noise

Characteristics Determination

(2009-01-2122) (2009-01-2188)

Barry Wyerman, Janesville Acoustics;

Ahmed A. A. Saad, Helwan Univ.

Terence Connelly, ESI Group

Application of NVH Countermeasures for

Interior Booming Noise using Elastomeric

Tuned Mass Damper (Written Only -- No

Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2124) (2009-01-2126)

Xiaocheng Duan, Xing Huang, Baojun

Shen, Xiaoyong Pan, Ningbo Tuopu vibroacoustics

technology Co., Ltd; Zhi Huang,

Liangyong He, South China University of

Technology

Application of Hydraulic Body Mounts

to Reduce the Freeway Hop Shake of

Pickup Trucks (Written Only -- No Oral

Presentation)

Ping Lee, Jeff Vogt, Shizhong Han, General

Motors Corp.

Quantifying the Visual Motion of an

Automotive Seat Back

(2009-01-2186)

Scott A. Amman, Joseph Mark, Timothy

Mouch, Mike kwasnik, Ford Motor Co.

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TIME

Thursday, May 21 - Morning

Technical and Business Sessions

Tires (NVC202)

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Salon V

This session includes papers regarding

vehicle exterior or interior tire/pavement

noise.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Paul R. Donavan, Illingworth & Rodkin Inc.;

Richard F. Schumacher, RS Beratung LLC;

Saeed Siavoshani, Dow Automotive

Salon VI

Windnoise and Aeroacoustics

(NVC701)

This session is to present numerical and

experimental work pertaining to noise

due to flow around the vehicle body, such

as flow-induced interior noise, flow over

protrusions, sunroofs, windows, noise from

ventilation systems, or flow noise in exhaust

system. Papers on aerodynamics alone

without sound are excluded. Numerical

studies may include new models or models

based on existing theory as long as they are

adequately supported by experimental or

theoretical verifications.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Organizers:

Luc Mongeau, McGill Univ.; Robert E.

Powell, Exa Corp.

Technical and Business Sessions

TIME SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

10:01

p.m.

10:02

p.m.

Written Only (NVC999)

Written Only Papers

Application of Noise Control and Heat Insulation Materials

and Devices in the Automotive Industry (Written Only -- No

Oral Presentation)

(951375)

Timothy Hirabayashi, General Motors Corp.; David J.

McCaa, Certain-Teed Products Corp; Bob Rebandt, Ford

Motor Co; Phillip A. Rusch, Harley-Davidson Inc; Pranab

Saha, Kolano & Saha Engineers Inc;

Recent Advances in Powertrain Sound Quality Hardware

Tuning Devices and Perspectives on Future Advances

(Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

(2009-01-2192)

Garry Dunne, Jaguar Cars, Ltd.

10:00

a.m.

10:20

a.m.

10:40

a.m.

11:00

a.m.

11:20

a.m.

11:40

a.m.

Modeling and Experimental Investigation of

Tire Cavity Noise Generation Mechanisms

for a Rolling Tire

(2009-01-2104) (2009-01-2237)

Frank Feng, Univ of Missouri; Perry Gu;

Yongjian Chen, Zongbao Li, Ford Motor

Co.

A Three-Dimensional Ring-Based Structural

Tyre Model: Development and Validation

(2009-01-2105) (2009-01-2236)

Peter Kindt, Filip De Coninck, Paul Sas,

Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Investigation of Tire Road Noise with

Special Consideration for Airborne Noise

Transmission

Aero-Acoustic Predictions of Automotive

Instrument Panel Ducts

Stephane Détry, Visteon Interior Systems;

Yves Detandt, Diego d’Udekem, Julien

Manera, Free Field Technologies

Numerical Simulations and Measurements

of Mirror-Induced Wind Noise

David J. Lepley, Nissan Technical Center

North America Inc.; Tony Frazer, Brüel

& Kjær North America Inc; Sivapalan

Senthooran, Dena Hendriana, Exa Corp.

Correlated Beamforming Method

for Relevant Aeroacoustic Sources

Identification

(2009-01-2109) (2009-01-2234)

Gregor Koners, Daimler AG

Jean-luc Adam, Denis Ricot, Renault SAS;

arnaud menoret, Christophe lambourg,

Signal Developpement

A Comparison of Fiber Wheel Liners on Two

Different Vehicles

(2009-01-2106) (2009-01-2235)

Barry Wyerman, Janesville Acoustics;

Gabriella Cerrato Jay, Eric Frank, Sound

Answers Inc.

Use of the ASTM Standard Reference Test

Tire as a Benchmark for On-Bound Tire/

Pavement Noise Measurement

A Note on Equilibrium Turbulent Boundary

Layer Wall Pressure Models

Teresa Miller, Mark Moeller, Spirit

AeroSystems Inc

(2009-01-2108) (2009-01-2233)

Paul R. Donavan, Illingworth & Rodkin Inc.;

Dana M. Lodico, Lodico Acoustics LLC

Prediction of the Spindle Force Using

Measured Road Force on Rolling Tire

Investigation of Gap Deflector Efficiency for

Reduction of Sunroof Buffeting

Bernd Crouse, Ganapathi Balasubramanian,

Sivapalan Senthooran, David Freed, Exa

Corporation; Kang-Duck Ih, Hyundai Motor

Co; Seong Ryong Shin, Hyundai Motor Co

& KIA Motors Corp

Effects of Notches on Surface Pressure

Fluctuations Downstream of a Leading

Edge Spoiler

(2009-01-2107) (2009-01-2238)

Masami Matsubara, Doshisha Univ. Jong Beom Park, McGill Univ.; Paloma

Mejia, Purdue Univ.; Luc Mongeau, McGill

Univ.


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participant index

A

Abdelhamid,Mohamed Khalid......

..........................................23, 24

Abe,Takeshi.............................23

Abom,Mats..............................30

Adam,Jean-luc.........................39

Ali,Ahad...................................37

Allam,Sabry..............................30

Allman-Ward,Mark ............27, 38

Amman,Scott A.......................38

Anderson,Carl..........................25

Antwerpen,Bernard Van.....27, 32

An,Zijun....................................33

Apelian,Chahe..........................26

Arnone,Luigi.............................29

Auweraer,Herman Van der.......29

Azadi,Shahram.........................29

B

Bagga,Kalyan Singh......................

............................ 29, 30, 32, 33

Bai,Jaimin................................26

Bai,Yun....................................37

Bajer,Andrzej............................34

Balasubramanian,Ganapathi....39

Bassi,Francesca Avenati..........31

Beikmann,Randall S...........24, 26

Bengisu,Turgay........................37

Berckmans,Dries......................24

Bertolini,Claudio.................27, 31

Bhangale,Rajesh......................25

Bhosale,Ankur..........................32

Birkett,Craig A..........................32

Bischoff,Lars............................25

Blaschke,Peter.........................29

Bleitz,Daniel.............................24

Bliton,Richard...........................23

Blommer,Michael................37, 38

Blough,Jason R...........24, 25, 26

Bogema,David...................26, 38

Borello,Gérard..........................31

Bourachot,Jean-Luc................32

Bouvier,Benoit..........................32

Bozza,Fabio.............................30

Brandl,Franz.............................27

Bray,Wade R... 24, 25, 26, 29, 33

Bree,Hans-Elias De............25, 37

Brown,Alastair William..............25

Brown,Darren J........................38

Brown,Steven M......................23

Brown,Warren..........................26

Bub,Alexander.........................34

C

Cain,Rebecca..........................38

Calvo,Jose A............................25

Caprioli,Davide.........................27

Carlo,Paolo di..........................26

Castillo,Manuel Sanchez..........32

Cerrato-Jay,Gabriella....................

............................ 23, 25, 37, 38

Chandrika,Unnikrishnan Kuttan.37

Chapelier,ivan...........................37

Charpentier,Arnaud..................31

Chaufour,Claire.........................32

Cheng,Ming-Te........................23

Cheng,Sung-Ping.....................24

Chen,Yongjian..........................39

Chiatti,Giancarlo.......................29

Chiavola,Ornella.......................29

Clapper,Mark...........................38

Coninck,Filip De.................23, 39

Conklin,Christopher..................24

Connelly,Terence................30, 38

Cook,Valerie.............................37

Copley,David............................32

Cordioli,Julio......................30, 31

Cotoni,Vincent...................31, 33

Coyette,Jean-Pierre...........27, 30

Crouse,Bernd.....................30, 39

Crowther,Ashley.................26, 37

Csakan,Michael........................26

D

datong,Qin...............................29

Dedene,Luk.............................23

Dejaeger,Ludovic......................25

Deshayes,Guillaume.................25

Desmet,Wim... 23, 24, 29, 31, 39

Detandt,Yves......................30, 39

Détry,Stephane........................39

Diglio,Paola..............................24

Dilworth,Brandon.....................26

Dinsmore,Michael...............23, 38

Diwoky,Franz............................30

Donavan,Paul R...........24, 26, 39

Donoue,Yasushi.......................25

Dowling,Jon.............................25

Duan,Jie...................................23

Duan,Xiaocheng.......................38

d’Udekem,Diego................32, 39

Dunne,Garry.......................38, 39

Duval,Arnaud.....................25, 31

E

Edathute,Sajith.........................25

Eisele,Georg.............................32

Ericson,Tristan..........................24

F

Fabis,Pawel..............................33

Falbo,Greg...............................24

Faylor,Daniel.............................24

Feng,Frank...............................39

fernandez,charles.....................33

Fernholz,Christian M. .........

. ..............24, 26, 29, 32

Fertl,Cornelia............................30

Flekiewicz,Bartosz....................33

Flekiewicz,Marek......................33

Frank,Eric.................................39

Frazer,Tony...............................39

Freed,David 30,......................39

Freeman,Todd..........................38

Frenz,Eric R.............................26

Frikha,Slaheddine ...................31

Fukui,Kazuki.............................31

Fung,Kent................................30

G

Gagliardini,Laurent ..................33

Gajdatsy,Peter..........................29

Gallet,Alexandre.......................31

Gan,Changshen.......................32

Ganesan,N...............................23

Gardner,Bryce..........................31

Genechten,Bert Van.................31

Genuit,Klaus............................29

George,John............................33

Gielen,Ludo..............................29

Girstmair,Josef.........................32

Giudice,Sebastiano..................38

Goetchius,Gregory M.........25, 27

Goodes,Paul R...... 26, 33, 37, 38

Goodman,Jerry R....................32

Govindswamy,Kiran.......................

....................... 23, 24, 26, 29, 32

Grebert,Johan..........................24

Gregory,Simon.........................25

Gujarathi,Rohit.........................32

Gu,Jianmin...............................24

Guj,Luca..................................31

Guo,Xuexun.............................24

Gu,Perry............................26, 39

Gur,Yuksel................................24

Gustavsson,Erik.......................32

H

Habuchi,Masami......................30

Hajikhani,Milad.........................25

Hald,Jorgen.............................23

Hald,Jørgen.............................23

Halse,Chris..............................26

Hand,Robert F..........................23

Han,Ji-Hoon.............................24

Hansenne,Eric..........................23

Han,Shizhong..........................38

Hardy,Michael..........................27

Heinz,Thorsten.........................27

He,Jim...............................32, 33

He,Liangyong...........................38

Hendriana,Dena.......................39

Hepberger,Achim.....................30

Herrin,David W...................31, 33

Heuer,Stefan............................23

Hickling,Robert........................25

Higley,Robert............................29

Hill,William E............................30

Hirabayashi,Timothy.................39

Hirate,Naoki.............................27

Hoell,Michael............................30

Homco,Steve...........................32

Hopton,Gregory W..24, 26, 29, 30

Hou,Jun...................................24

Huang,Xing..............................38

Huang,Zhi................................38

Huff,Norman T..............30, 33, 34

Hu,Jianjun................................29

Humbad,Niranjan.....................38

Humphreys,Louise...................38

Hwang,Cheol-hyun..................38

Hwang,Hsiu-Ying.....................29

Hwang,Jungyel........................30

I

Ide,Fumihiko............................31

Ih,Kang-Duck...........................39

Iqbal,Javed..............................32

Ishii,Yutaka...............................23

J

Jackson,Peter A.................32, 23

Jaeger,Deane B.... 23, 24, 26, 34

Jamaluddin,Riza.......................23

Jang,Ikkeun.............................37

Janssens,Karl...........................29

Jay,Gabriella Cerrato................39

Jean,Philippe...........................31

Jen,Ming Une...........................32

Jennings,Paul...........................38

Jeon,Oh-Hwan.........................37

Jin,Hao....................................33

Jin,Jaemin................................29

Johnson,Mark..........................25

Joo,Sang-Don..........................24

Jorro,Steven............................32

Ju,Chuanxi...............................34

Jung,Insoo...............................29

K

Kandasamy,Ramkumar............23

Kang,Koo-Tae..........................29

Karlsson,Mikael K....................30

Kassem,Morad.........................33

Kavarana,Farokh......................38

Keller,Hans-Peter.....................24

Keshavarz,Mir Arash................29

Khaknejad,Mohsen Bayani.......29

Khan,Tariq M............................23

Kicinski,Kenneth.......................34

Kierkegaard,Axel......................33

Kim,Chan-Mook.......................37

Kim,Euiyoul..............................23

Kim,Ho-Wuk............................23

Kim,Jay H..27, 30, 31, 33, 34, 37

Kim,Jeong-Tae.........................24

KIM, JIN-TAEK.........................37

Kim,Jongsoo............................37

Kim,Juin...................................30

Kim,Ki-Chang...........................37

Kim,Kwang-joon......................38

Kim,Sungjong..........................37

kim,Tae-chung.........................30

Kindt,Peter.........................24, 39

Kleinfeld,Chris..........................33

Knittel,James...........................26

Kobayashi,Norimasa................30

Komada,Masashi.....................27

Kondapalli,Prasanna................32

Koners,Gregor.........................39

Kshirsagar,Ketan......................34

Kumbhar,Mansinh....................25

Kunio,Jason T....................23, 25

kwasnik,Mike...........................38

L

Labyak,David...........................30

LaForgia,Dan...........................23

Lagö,Thomas L............23, 37, 38

Lake,Scott A......................37, 38

lambourg,Christophe................39

Laux,Peter.........................37, 38

Leandre,Jean-Pascal...............32

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Lee,Chul............................32, 37

Lee,Hyunchul...........................37

Lee,Iljae....................................30

Lee,Kyoung Hoon....................37

Lee,Ming-Ran..........................23

Lee,Ping...................................38

Lee,Sang Kwon.................23, 37

Lehaen,Bernard.......................23

Lepley,David J..........................39

Lielens,Gregory..................27, 30

Lima,Washington de................32

Li,........................................... 23

Lim,Teik C....... 23, 24, 26, 29, 32

Lin,Hejie...................................37

Li,Qiang...................................33

Liu,C.Q....................................33

Liu,Jinghao........................31, 33

Liu,Kuang-Jen....................27, 37

Liu,Wei.....................................31

Liu,Zhengyu.............................33

Li,Zongbao...............................39

Lodico,Dana M........................39

Lu,Jun......................................23

Lu,Leo.....................................27

Lu,Ming-Hung..........................32

Lu,Y Charles... 27, 30, 31, 33, 34

M

Mache,Ashok Rangnath...........23

Malinow,Ivanna G.....................37

Manelli,Stefano.........................29

Manera,Julien...........................39

Manning,Jerome E.............30, 31

Manning,Patty. 27, 30, 31, 33, 34

Mark,Joseph............................38

Mas,Peter................................29

Matsubara,Masami..................39

Mattson,Steven........................30

Mazzarella,Luca.......................24

McCaa,David J........................39

McKee,Michael..................26, 33

McWilliams,John......................24

Mejia,Paloma...........................39

Meldrum,Jay............................26

Mellen,Scott.............................26

menoret,arnaud.......................39

Meyer,Everett...........................37

Migeot,Jean-Louis...................27

Miller,Teresa.............................39

Misaji,Kazuhito.........................31

Mitchell,Tom.......................32, 33

Moeller,Mark................30, 31, 39

Moenssen,David......................30

Mongeau,Luc...............23, 37, 39

Moon,Chris..............................26

Morgan,Christopher...........23, 38

Morgenstern,Christian..............31

Moritz,Charles T.......................32

Mørkholt,Jakob........................23

Moron,Philippe.........................30

Mouch,Timothy............24, 33, 38

Mourelatos,Zissimos................37

Musser,Chadwyck T...........30, 31

N

Na,Eun-woo.............................23

Na,Hyunghyun.........................37

Nakagawa,Hiroshi....................25

Nakamura,Yukio.......................25

Nalla,Thulasi ram......................25

Nefske,Donald J......................31

Neuhierl,Barbara......................30

Newton,Gary......................23, 25

Nieters,James M... 25, 26, 29, 33

Nieuwenhof,Benoit Van den.....30

Noe,Nicolas.............................31

Norberg,Arvid...........................32

O

Oh,Hwan-Youp........................38

Onsay,Taner.... 27, 30, 31, 33, 34

Orand,Nicolas..........................33

P

Pan,Jian.... 30, 31, 23, 25, 27, 29

Pan,Xiaoyong...........................38

Papenfus,Till............................29

Park,Dong Chul.......................37

Parker,Robert...........................24

Park,Hyunmin..........................37

Park,Jae-Yeol...........................23

Park,Jong Beom......................39

Park,Joonhyung.......................33

park,Kyung-Hwan....................24

Park,Sang Young.....................29

Parrett,Alan V...............27, 30, 31

Patil,Avinash R.........................31

Peng,Tao..................................26

Perot,Franck............................30

Pickering,DJ.......................26, 38

Pierson,Richard G....................34

Pietila,Glenn.............................33

Piorkowski,Paul..................24, 26

Pluymers,Bert..........................31

Powell,E.......................27, 30, 39

Powell,Michael...................24, 26

Powell,Robert E.................27, 39

Pramberger,Harald...................30

Prezel,Duzko............................32

Priebsch,Hans H................30, 32

Pruetz,Jeff................................30

Purekar,Dhanesh Madhukar.....30

Q

Qatu,Mohamad S. ...........

. .....23, 24, 26, 29, 32, 37, 38

Quinn,David.............................27

R

Rammal,Hans..........................30

Ramuhalli,Pradeep...................23

Rao,Mohan..................32, 37, 38

Raveendra,S. T........................23

Rebandt,Bob...........................39

Reed,David B.....................23, 25

Reich,Franz..............................32

Reinhart,Thomas................29, 30

Rhote-Vaney,Raphael...............33

Ricot,Denis..............................39

Robinette,Darrell................24, 26

Romick,Richard........................32

Rondeau,Jean-Francois.....25, 31

Rozema,Randy........................38

Rusch,Phillip A.........................39

S

Saad,Ahmed A. A..............23, 38

Sabharwal,Mamta....................32

Saha,Pranab......... 23, 25, 32, 39

Samardzic,Nikolina...................29

Sanchez,Manuel................32, 38

Sas,Paul.......................23, 24, 39

Sbragio,Ricardo.................27, 32

Schabel,Brian...........................38

Scheibner,Philipp......................37

Scherer,Stefan..........................38

Schiller,Todd.............................38

Schlinke,Gunnar.......................38

Schuhmacher,Andreas.............32

Schumacher,Richard F..................

............................. 24, 26, 38, 39

Selamet,Ahmet............30, 33, 34

Senthooran,Sivapalan..............39

Shaska,Kastriot........................38

Shaver,Robert..........................27

Shaw,Christopher E......................

........... 25, 27, 29, 30, 33, 34, 30

Shen,Baojun............................38

Sheridan,Kurt...........................24

Shin,Seong Ryong .....................

Shivashankaraiah,Kumaraswamy..

....................................................25

Shorter,Phil...............................31

Siano,Daniela...........................30

Siavoshani,Saeed.........23, 25, 39

Singh,Rajendra.........................23

Smith,Andrew..........................32

Smith,Thomas..........................32

Soize,Christian.........................33

Soltannia,B..............................25

Sorenson,Steven R.......................

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Sottek,Roland..........................29

Speed-Andrews,Paul...............27

Sreedhar,Prasanth....................31

Stilwell,Edmund.......................23

Stout,Joseph L. 23, 24, 26, 29, 32

Subramani,Chandran...............23

Sugimura,Hiroshi......................25

Suh,In-Soo...... 24, 26, 29, 32, 33

Sung,Shung H.........................31

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Takashima,Kazuhiro.................25

Takei,Masayuki.........................25

Tan,Gangfeng...........................24

Taschuk,Gene..........................38

Tathavadekar,Parimal...............37

Teknos,Tom..............................31

Teng,Charlie.............................32

Thawani,Prakash T..32, 33, 37, 38

Thomann,Siegmund.................27

Thompson,James K...........24, 38

Thompson,Keith.......................32

Tijs,Emiel............................23, 25

Tousignant,Todd.......................23

tsurumura,Koji..........................23

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Ullrich,Frank.............................30

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Valencia,Frank..........................32

Vandepitte,Dirk.........................31

VanHaaften,Wayne...................23

Vaz,Ignatius..............................27

Veen,Jerry................................23

Veggeberg,Kurt........................26

Vigliotti,Andrea.........................32

Visser,Rene..............................32

Vlahopoulos,Nickolas....................

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Vogt,Jeff...................................38

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Wahl,Tom.................................33

Waibl,Artur...............................30

Waisanen,Andrew Stephen......24

Walber,Chad Michael...............25

Walbott,Alain............................32

Wang,Aimin........................27, 31

Wang,Baocheng......................33

Wang,Lirong.............................37

Wang,Shanjin...........................30

Wei,Jim....................................24

Wellmann,Thomas.......23, 29, 32

Wendemuth,Andreas...............37

Williams,Earl.............................25

Williams,Roger.........................38

Wilson,Brian K...................23, 24

Wolschendorf,Joachim.......32, 33

Workings,Michael.....................23

Wu,Tim....................................34

Wyerman,Barry..... 23, 25, 38, 39

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Yamanouchi,Masahiko.............23

Yamaoka,Hiroo...................25, 30

Yang,Chulho............................33

Yang,Haein...............................37

Yonggang,Liu...........................29

Yoo,Sung.................................34

Yoshioka,Takayoshi............23, 27

Yue,Yan....................................24

Yu,Scott...................................29

Yusheng,Zhao..........................29

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Zhang,Geng.......................31, 33

Zhang,Weiguo..........................23

Zhang,Zhiwei...........................26

Zheng,Shi................................33

Zhen,Longxin...........................33

Zouani,Abdelkrim.....................32

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Chairperson

Vice Chairperson

Exhibits Chairperson

Gregory Goetchius

Materials Sciences Corp.

James Thompson

Brüel & Kjær North America Inc.

James Nieters

HGL Dynamics, Inc.

Student Engineer Chairperson

Chadwyck Musser

Cambridge Collaborative Inc.

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Members

Mohamed Abdelhamid, Robert Bosch LLC

Kalyan Bagga, Navistar Inc.

Craig Birkett, Daimler Trucks North America LLC

Michael Blommer, Ford Motor Co.

Wade Bray, HEAD Acoustics Inc.

Crystal Byrd, Cummins

Gabriella Cerrato-Jay, Sound Answers Inc.

Bernard Challen, Shoreham Services

Richard DeJong, Calvin Engineering

Michael Dinsmore, Acoustical Consulting Services

Paul Donavan, Illingworth & Rodkin Inc.

Alan Duncan, Automotive Analytics LLC

Christian Fernholz, Ford Motor Co.

Sachin Gogate, Chrysler LLC

Kiran Govindswamy, FEV Inc.

Jianmin Guan, Altair Engineering Inc.

Robert Hand, Redbud Technology Group

Gregory Hopton, AVL Instrumentation & Test System Inc.

Norman Huff, Owens Corning

Jeffrey Hurley, Buckeye Technologies Inc.

Peter Jackson, American Acoustical Products Inc.

Deane Jaeger, Harley-Davidson Motor Co.

Kenneth Kicinski, Harley-Davidson Motor Co.

Jay Kim, Univ. of Cincinnati

Jason Kunio, Brüel & Kjær North America Inc.

Thomas Lagö, Axiom Edu Tech Inc.

Scott Lake, General Motors Corp.

Peter Laux, Johnson Controls Inc.

Teik Lim, Univ. of Cincinnati

Y. Charles Lu, Univ. of Kentucky

Ivanna Malinow, TRW Occupant Safety Systems Inc.

Patty Manning, Cambridge Collaborative Inc.

Victoria McDonald, Marquette Univ.

Jay Meldrum, Michigan Technological Univ.

Tom Mitchell, LMS Americas

Mark Moeller, Spirit AeroSystems Inc.

Luc Mongeau, McGill Univ.

Christopher Morgan, Polysonics Corp.

Charles Moritz, Blachford Inc.

Gary Newton, Brüel & Kjær North America Inc.

Taner Onsay, Chrysler LLC

Jian Pan, Rieter Automotive North America Inc.

Alan Parrett, General Motors Corp.

Robert Powell, EXA Corp.

Mohamad Qatu, Mississippi State Univ.

Mohan Rao, Michigan Technological Univ.

David Reed, Janesville Acoustics

Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research Institute

Pranab Saha, Kolano and Saha Engineers Inc.

Richard Schumacher, RS Beratung LLC

Ahmet Selamet, Ohio State Univ.

Waldemar Semrau, Waldemar R. Semrau PE LLC

Christopher Shaw, Visteon Corp.

Saeed Siavoshani, Dow Automotive

Steven Sorenson, E-A-R Thermal/Acoustic Systems

Joseph Stout, Ford Motor Co.

In-Soo Suh, The Suh Consulting LLC

Prakash Thawani, A1 Consulting Services

Joachim Wolschendorf, FEV Inc.

Barry Wyerman, Janesville Acoustics


awards

Ralph K. Hillquist Scholarship Award

Carl Vogel

University of Hartford

Mr. Vogel is a student at the University of Hartford enrolled in the

Acoustical Engineering and Music B.S.E. Program.

In 2008, Mr. Vogel worked as a summer intern at General

Dynamics Electric Boat in Groton, CT, analyzing force response and

vibrational analysis on submarine components. In summer 2007, he built and

assembled Power Supply Systems for induction furnaces. He interfaced with engineers

on interpretation of product blueprints relative to manufacturing process. For the past

two years, he has been employed on campus by the Office of Residential Life as a

Residential Assistant.

Mr. Vogel has Achieved Presidents List (3.75+) every semester. He is a

recipient of Emeriti Association Scholarship, Myrtle E. O‘Connor Scholarship,

and the Sittard Scholarship. He is a member of the Acoustical Society of America,

Tau Beta Pi-The Engineering Honor Society, and Sigma Alpha Pi-The Society of

Leadership and Success.

In addition to projects and coursework, he is involved in leadership positions for the

University of Hartford Acoustical Society of America Chapter and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

Music Fraternity. He is also a member of the Ultimate Frisbee team and Pep Band on

campus.

Mr. Vogel plans to attain a position at an applied engineering corporation involving

acoustics, noise, and vibration control. Additional goals include obtaining a masters

degree in Acoustics.

Ralph K. Hillquist

Mr. Hillquist was a retiree of the General Motors Proving Ground,

where he worked in the Noise & Vibration Laboratory. He authored

or co-authored 25 technical papers, with two being published in

refereed journals. In addition to being a Member of SAE International

since 1961 and a Fellow Grade Member of SAE since 2004, and

recipient of the SAE Forest R. McFarland Award. Mr. Hillquist was a Fellow of the

Acoustical Society of America, a founding and Board Certified Member of the Institute

of Noise Control Engineering, and a member of Tau Beta Pi. He founded the Sound

Measurement Workshop in 1974, which eventually became the SAE Noise and Vibration

Conference and Exhibition.

Announcing Ralph K. Hillquist

Lifetime Achievement Award

This biennial award will recognize

individuals through their continued

contribution to ground vehicle NVH.

The NVC General Committee’s goal is

to raise $25,000 for the endowment

of this award. For more information

on this award, contact the SAE

Foundation at 1-724-772-8515.

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awards

Forest R. McFarland Award

Description

This award recognizes individuals for their outstanding contributions toward the work of the SAE Engineering

Meetings Board (EMB) in the planning, development, and dissemination of technical information through

technical meetings, conferences, and professional development programs or outstanding contributions to the

EMB operations in facilitating or enhancing the interchanges of technical information.

The Award

Established in 1979, this award is administered by the EMB and honors the late Forest R. McFarland who was

himself an outstanding session organizer, a chairman of the Passenger Car Activity and a member of the EMB.

Funding for this award is through a bequest by Mr. McFarland to SAE and consists of a framed certificate

presented at the SAE World Congress.

Wade R. Bray

Vice President

HEAD Acoustics Inc.

Mr. Bray has been an active member of the Noise and Vibration Conference General

Committee for many years. He has consistently provided a high level of energy in all aspects

of the conference, but specifically in organizing two technical sessions in the “NVH methods”

Track for the 2007 conference. Wade did an outstanding job of working with the authors and reviewers in

creating excellent sessions resulting in high quality papers and presentations. In addition, Wade provided

excellent leadership of the Sound Quality Workshop which was one of the highlights of the conference.

Wade Bray has more than 30 years of experience in a variety of areas of acoustics, including automotive

sound quality, musical instruments, churches and performing arts venues, theatre sound system and

electroacoustic enhancement system design, and loudspeaker and teleconferencing acoustics. He holds

patents in the fields of electronic acoustic enhancement systems and open-loop electromechanical

positioners. An SAE member since 1999, he is active in the Noise and Vibration General Committee (organizing

the Instrumentation papers sessions and the Sound Quality Workshop since its inception), the Impulse Noise

Task Force and Brake NVH Standards Committee.

Since 1987 he has been active in North American activities involving the technologies of HEAD acoustics

GmbH of Herzogenrath, Germany, serving as Vice President of the former Sonic Perceptions, Inc. and its

successor, HEAD acoustics, Inc. of Brighton, Michigan, where he is chief technical officer and provides

customer training and support.

Prior to this activity he was a senior consultant at Jaffe Acoustics, Inc. (now Jaffe Holden Acoustics) in

Norwalk, Connecticut, where his research efforts centered on electronic variable acoustic systems for

performing arts venues and full-duplex concealed audio teleconferencing systems for boardrooms and large

conference rooms.

He was educated at Arizona State University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and Bachelor of Science

in Physics, with additional studies in psychology and music. He is a member of the Acoustical Society of

America, Society of Automotive Engineers, Audio Engineering Society and is an Associate of the Institute of

Noise Control Engineering (INCE), serving as Technical Advisory Board chair for Perception and Effects of

Noise and participating in the Information Technology and Product Noise Emissions working groups.

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Richard F. Schumacher

Principal Consultant

R.S. Beratung LLC

Dick Schumacher has been a long standing member of the Noise and Vibration Conference

General Committee and has had a history of contributing to this conference. In 2007, he

was the lead organizer for two important technical sessions: NVH Test Facilities and NVH

Standards and Regulations. His outstanding leadership in working with the authors and

reviewers of these sessions led to the development and presentation of important technical papers in these

sessions. In addition, he created on his own initiative, reliable and easy to use timers for every session

chairperson which allows the session chair and the author to stay on time during their presentations in a

highly respectful and non-distracting way.

Mr. Schumacher began his career in 1965 at the General Motors Proving Ground in Milford, MI where he

worked through various noise measurement assignments until his retirement in 2002 as Manager of Vehicle

Exterior Noise Compliance. Following retirement, he went on to establish his own consulting company R.S.

Beratung in which he serves as the current principal. A member of SAE since 1977, Dick has served on a

number of technical committees. These committees, including the Vehicle Sound Level Forum Committee,

Exterior Sound Level Subcommittee and Instrumentation Subcommittee, provided an opportunity to develop

a number of presentations that related the background and verification of several current SAE procedures.

When Ralph Hillquist developed the idea of providing technical updates to the acoustic field, Dick was an

organizer for the first Noise Measurement Workshops. For over 35 years he has continued to participate in

the NV Conference as organizer, session chair and peer reviewer. He has also participated in several Institute

of Noise Control Engineering (INCE) Conferences as well as the international INCE.

The SAE and International Standards Organization committee work has lead to the development of many

of the new and updated versions of the vehicle test procedures in use today by the automotive industry. In

9993 Dick was named convenor for the ISO Working Group on Exterior Noise. With the support from SAE,

this committee developed the first US lead updates to the United Nations vehicle noise procedure which

allowed the automatic transmission vehicles to be tested comparable to the manual transmissions. Dick

continues to participate in a number of SAE and ISO activities.

Support the advancement of science,

technology, engineering and

mathematics education.

Make a gift today.

www.saefoundation.org

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awards

Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award

Description

This award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding presentation skills. The intent of the

award is to maintain a high level of presentations at SAE technical sessions by recognizing individuals who

make outstanding presentations at those sessions. The recipient must have received the Oral Presentation

Award more than twice to receive this award.

Background

Originally established in 1984 as the SAE Distinguished Speaker Award by the Engineering Meetings Board,

the award name was changed to the SAE Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award in 1993 to honor the

late Lloyd L. Withrow.

As Department Head of the GM Research Laboratories Fuels and Lubricants Department, Withrow mentored

many engineers and contributed significantly to the fields of fuels and lubricants for automotive vehicles. His

research on engine combustion from 1926 -1948 was a watershed that is still referenced and utilized. Both

engineers and society in general have benefitted greatly over the years from his activities and his personality.

Withrow died on December 9, 1992, only 5 days before his 93rd birthday.

Withrow was an SAE Fellow and noted speaker at many SAE meetings. Through a request from several

prominent SAE members, this award name was changed to recognize him for his outstanding communication

skills and his continual insistence that those he supervised also develop and demonstrate excellent

communication skills, both written and oral.

The Award

This award is administered by the Engineering Meetings Board and consists of a framed certificate which is

presented at the Awards Ceremony during the SAE World Congress.

James Thompson

Great Lakes Region Manager

Brüel & Kjær

Dr. Thompson is the Great Lakes Regional Manager for Brüel & Kjær North America. He is

responsible for a wide range of activities including the sales, support, engineering services,

and marketing in the Great Lakes region. In addition he is the goHe has 35 years of

experience in NVH, finite element analysis, experimental mechanics and testing. He has

led the development of innovative NVH measurement and analysis techniques, vehicle tests systems, NVH

measurement software and hardware, and several international standards committees during his career.

Prior to joining Brüel & Kjær, Dr. Thompson work for Link Engineering for nine years. At Link he was

instrumental in developing new technologies and business opportunities. Dr. Thompson previously worked

for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company where he was the Chief Engineer for Acoustics and Engineering

Mechanics. He led all work at Goodyear in tire-vehicle acoustics and developed a world renowned laboratory

for tire-vehicle NVH research. Dr. Thompson currently chairs the SAE Brake NVH Standards Committee. In

addition, he is the current Vice Chairman of the SAE Noise & Vibration Conference. Dr. Thompson is also a

member of the Board of Directors for the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE). He has the distinction

of being an INCE Board Certified Noise Control Engineer. He is also a member of the American Society of

Mechanical Engineers and the Acoustical Society of America.

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Dr. Thompson has over 30 publications and regularly organizes and chairs SAE and INCE related conference

sessions. In 1994 he won the Superior Paper Award at the annual Tire Society Conference. Dr. Thompson was

elected to SAE Fellow Grade in 2006. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the States of Michigan and Ohio.

Completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech in 1973, Dr. Thompson

continued on there and received his Masters of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1974. In 1979 he

received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University.

Dr. Thompson is currently the Great Lakes Regional Manager for Brüel & Kjær North America. He is responsible

for a wide range of activities including the sales, support, engineering services, and marketing in the Great Lakes

region. He is also a leader for automotive activities in the Americas and Engineering Services on a global basis.

Throughout his career Dr. Thompson, has led the development of innovative NVH measurement and analysis

techniques, vehicle tests systems, software and hardware, and several international standards committees.

Prior to joining Brüel & Kjær, Dr. Thompson work for Link Engineering. At Link he was instrumental in developing

new technologies and business opportunities. Dr. Thompson previously worked for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Company where he was the Chief Engineer for Acoustics and Engineering Mechanics. Dr. Thompson currently

chairs the SAE Brake NVH Standards Committee. In addition, he is the current Vice Chairman of the SAE Noise

& Vibration Conference. Dr. Thompson was elected to SAE Fellow Grade in 2006. He is also a member of the

Board of Directors for the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE). He has the distinction of being an INCE

Board Certified Noise Control Engineer. He is also a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers

and the Acoustical Society of America. Dr. Thompson has over 30 publications and regularly organizes and

chairs SAE and INCE related conference sessions. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the States of

Michigan and Ohio.

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