Complying with regulations for noise emission is the bare minimum requirement for heavy equipment manufacturers. Furthermore, operators’ safety and comfort are attributes that require attention to stay competitive.
As design complexity increases, manufacturers cannot rely on existing knowledge alone to address new challenges like electrification. Design complexity introduces new sources of noise and vibration, which in turn impact the machine development process. Collaboration between test and simulation departments is key to modeling the best outcome when designing heavy equipment.
Watch this webinar to learn the benefits of creating synergies between the testing and simulation departments for acoustics purposes. Our speakers will describe how a combination of smart solutions can lead to heavy equipment NVH and acoustics improvements, positively impact the operator’s comfort, and reduce the time to go through the development cycle.
You will learn how testing and simulation can help with vibro-acoustics issues impacting the cabin comfort, including:
Business Development Manager for Simcenter 3D Solutions
Sebastian joined Siemens Industry Software as Product Manager for Simcenter 3D Motion and now works as Business Development Manager for Simcenter 3D Solutions. Sebastian holds a Diploma and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from RWTH Aachen University in Germany. His work led to the release of various publications on dynamics and multibody simulation in the context of machinery. Sebastian's working areas include multi-body dynamics, durability & NVH, drivetrains, and rotating machinery.
Business Development Manager for Heavy Equipment, Automotive and Transportation testing
Ricardo joined Siemens Brazil in 2012 as an Application Support Engineer for Simcenter Testing solutions. He moved to Belgium in 2016 and now works as Business Develop Manager for Heavy Equipment, Automotive, and Transportation testing. Ricardo holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from the Federal University of Uberlândia in Brazil.