Diesel Engine Noise Control

This web seminar provides an in-depth overview of diesel engine noise including combustion and mechanical noise sources. In addition, the instructor will discuss a system approach to automotive integration including combining sub-systems and components to achieve overall vehicle noise and vibration goals.

What Will You Learn

By participating in this web seminar, you will be able to:
  • Identify and analyze commonly occurring diesel engine noise sources
  • Understand how analytical and experimental techniques can be used to solve diesel noise issues
  • Prescribe appropriate noise control analysis and solutions for specific diesel engine NVH issues

Is This Course For You

This course is ideal for those want to understand the root causes of many diesel engine noise issues, and how to use this understanding to better diagnose and control diesel engine-related noises.

Materials Provided

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Course Requirements

*Global toll-free telephone numbers are provided for many countries outside the U.S., but are limited to those on the WebEx call-in toll-free number list. Check here to see if your country has a global call-in toll free telephone number for this web seminar. If your country is not listed, you may still connect using the US/Canada Call-in toll number or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

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Topics

Session 1
  • The Basics of Diesel Engine Noise
  • Combustion Noise Forcing Functions
  • Combustion Mode Switching
  • Mechanical Forcing Functions in Diesels
  • Separating Combustion and Mechanical Noise Sources
  • Strategies for Reducing Forcing Functions
Session 2
  • Surface Radiated Noise
  • Exterior Covers: Radiated Sound and Simulation Modeling
  • Gear Train Noise Issues and Countermeasures
  • Drive-By Noise Contribution
  • Diesel Engine Design Considerations for Low Noise
  • Application Noise Issues