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Optimizing Heavy Equipment Noise & Vibration Performance

The heavy equipment engineering industry is facing key challenges, such as demands for increased machine noise and vibration (N&V) performance.


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There are several key innovative areas being worked on for heavy equipment N&V engineering. The Digital Twin implementation offers an end-to-end N&V engineering approach to accelerate your time to market, avoid product recalls and meet customer’s expectations.

Hear Steven Dom present on areas of innovation for N&V engineering. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from our expert and get insight on:

  • How to address all critical system characteristics by integrating simulation disciplines and physics for balancing attributes.
  • How to make models evolve over time to remain in sync with the product and its operating environment.
  • How to apply analytics and multi-discipline design exploration to discover better designs, faster and with more confidence.
  • How to deliver multi-fidelity digital twins for rapid sign-off on optimal systems architectures for required performance.

We will look at the benefits and additional engineering insight this approach provides, and look at the next steps in the creation of a full Digital Twin for heavy equipment design.

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