New Products: How to analyze noise and vibration

Jan. 10, 2008
VA One 2007 software lets users analyze noise and vibration at the design stage, so specifications can be met without adding extra cost and weight.

Patented technology in the software couples statistical-energy analysis, the finite-element method, and the boundary-element method in one analysis. VA One works with Rayon, a solver for low-frequency vibro-acoustic analysis and supports Windows Vista and Linux.

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