Gerhard Zeidler Endowed Professorship for Vibroacoustics of Vehicles and Machines

The group of the Chair of Vibroacoustics of Vehices and Machines conducts widespread research on Technical Acoustics and on Vibroacoustics. The aim in this is to enhance the physical understanding of the emergence and distribution of airborne and structure-borne sound in order to deduce methods of manipulation and reduction. Ever since its establishment in 2015 under the direction of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Marburg teaching and research involve physical principles of Vibroacoustics, numerical simulations and experimental investigations. The chair is endowed by the Zeidler-Forschungs-Stiftung.

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11.10.2017

Internoise Hongkong 2017

At the Internoise '17 in Hongkong the following topics were presented: Finite Element Model for Modal Analysis of Engine - Transmission Unit: Numerical and Experimental Investigations Simplified modeling strategies for eigenfrequency analysis of bolted joint assemblies using...[more]

19.07.2017

Colloquium on Acoustics on the 25th of July 2017

Vortrag von Jingming Zhang, Modellbildung von mechanisch gefügten Dreiblechverbindungen, (Betreuer: Dr. K. Sepahvand)[more]

29.05.2017

DAGA 2017 in Kiel– Eigenvalue Problem and Modal Superposition in the Acoustical Free-Field

At the German annual conference for acoustics the chair of vibroacoustics of vehicles and machines presented several topics. One of which was “Eigenvalue Problem and Modal Superposition in the Acoustical Free-Field”: The paper discusses two criteria used to identify...[more]

11.05.2017

Welcome at the TUM – Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Henneberg (Phd student in cooperation with a company) : Vibroacoustics of locally structured fiber-reinforced composite materials

The aim of this Phd thesis is to investigate the specific design of locally structured fiber-reinforced composite materials as means to configure their vibroacoustic properties as well as the usage of stop-band materials using FE-simulations and experiments. Contact Figure:...[more]

18.04.2017

DAGA 2017 in Kiel – Parameter Variations for a Porous Layer Simulation

At the German annual conference for acoustics the chair of vibroacoustics of vehicles and machines presented several topics. One of which was “Parameter Variations for a Porous Layer Simulation”: The paper investigates models dealing with porous materials and the acoustical...[more]

04.04.2017

Farewell to Our Guests Peter Risby Andersen (Phd Student, DTU, Kopenhagen) and Shubham Garg (Master Student, IIT, Dehli) – Their Topics

Peter Risby Andersen - Phd-Topic: Numerical & Experimental Study of the Acoustical-Mechanical Interaction at the Micro Scale inclusing Losses DAGA 2017 in Kiel – Numerical Acoustic Models Including Viscous and Thermal Losses: Review of Existing and New Methods At the...[more]

22.03.2017

DAGA 2017 in Kiel– Objective Psychoacoustics (OPA)

OPA and the auditory lobe[more]

27.02.2017

Vortrag:Energy harvesting from an oscillating vertical cantilever with clearance

Vortrag von Dr. Piotr Wolszczak, Department of Mechanical Engineering at Lublin University of Technology, POLAND, Montag, den 27.02.2017, von 14:00-15:00 Uhr, im Raum MW1501

31.01.2017

Akustisches Kolloquium: Flexible multibody simulation of a complex rotor system using 3D solid finite elements

Vortrag von Theo Kiesel im Rahmen des Akustischen Kollquiums am Dienstag , 31.01.2017, von 17:00-18:30h im Raum MW1501.