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    • An experimental exploration of the properties of random frequency response functions 

      Clot Razquin, Arnau; Meggitt, J.W.R.; Langley, Robin; Elliott, Andrew; Moorhouse, Andy (2021-01)
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      The vibro-acoustic analysis of complex structures over a broadband frequency range is an extremely challenging problem that may often require the use of a hybrid deterministic-statistical approach. Due to manufacturing ...
    • Experimental validation of a hybrid FE-SEA-experimental model 

      Clot Razquin, Arnau; Meggitt, J.W.R.; Langley, Robin; Moorhouse, Andy; Elliott, Andrew (Institute of Noise Control Engineering, 2020)
      Conference report
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      Modern manufacturers usually need to know at a design stage if their products will meet certain vibro-acoustic requirements. In many cases the use of physical prototyping becomes significantly expensive, and engineers opt ...
    • On the use of experimental ensembles in a hybrid deterministic-statistical energy analysis method 

      Clot Razquin, Arnau; Langley, Robin; Meggitt, J.W.R.; Moorhouse, Andy; Elliott, Andrew (2020)
      Conference report
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      There is a clear need in modern industries for models that can predict the vibro-acoustic response of their manufactured products at the design stage. Models based on the hybrid deterministic-statistical method are a ...
    • Vibro-acoustic analysis of a domestic product based on experimental measurement and hybrid modelling 

      Meggitt, J.W.R.; Clot Razquin, Arnau; Elliott, Andrew; Moorhouse, Andy (2021-11-01)
      Article
      Open Access
      The purpose of this paper is to present a case study whereby a hybrid experimental–numerical model is used to analyse the structure-borne radiation from a domestic product (vacuum cleaner head). The passive (including ...