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VNoise for Aeroacoustic Applications
Posted Wed October 03, 2012 @09:20AM
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Announcements NUMECA will host Introduction to VNoise - Aeroacoustic Applications on October 10th in two sessions.

Wish to integrate Aero/Vibro-Acoustic analysis within your CFD studies? Discover VNoise™, Numeca's new Aero/Vibro-Acoustic suite fully integrated with CFD!


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VNoise™ provides unrivaled integration with CFD methods and multi-domain modeling capability in Aero-Vibro-Acoustic simulations, allowing the user to perform simple pre-design as well as detailed large scale analyses.

This free webinar will show how the different VNoise computational modules (i.e. FEM, BEM, FW-H and FlowNoise) can be used to model typical turbomachinery applications as well as sound generated by external/confined flows. The attendees will gain a basic knowledge of VNoise and the benefits achievable with its application.

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