Numerical prototyping is widely used in industrial design processes, allowing optimization and limiting validation costs through experimental testing. Industrial applications nowadays focus on the simulation of complex component assemblies that are generally mass produced. Coupling properties thus have to be modelled, updated and accounted for variability. For squeal applications, simulations still fail at robustly producing exploitable results due to the systems complexity, while experimentations are limited for diagnostic and design improvement.
Guillaume Vermot des Roches, Etienne Balmes - SD Tools, Arts et Metiers ParisTech
The Component Mode Tuning (cmt) Method, A Strategy Adapted To The Design Of
Assemblies Applied To Industrial Brake Squeal
EB2014-SA-018 • Paper • EuroBrake 2014 • SA
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