Integrated FEM/BEM approach to the dynamic and acoustic analysis of plate structures

1996-06-01
Kopuz, S
Ünlüsoy, Yavuz Samim
Caliskan, M
An integrated finite element/boundary element method approach to the prediction of the interior acoustic radiation of open ended box structures is presented. Dynamic response of the structure is predicted in terms of the nodal displacements under sinusoidal point force excitation using the finite element method. Theoretical results obtained in terms of frequency response functions are verified using the results from tests performed on a box structure. The interior acoustic field is then examined by the boundary element method using the boundary conditions obtained from the finite element analysis. Sound pressure levels produced inside the structure are calculated and the results are compared with the experimental measurements. Copyright (C) 1996 Elsevier Science Ltd
ENGINEERING ANALYSIS WITH BOUNDARY ELEMENTS

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Citation Formats
S. Kopuz, Y. S. Ünlüsoy, and M. Caliskan, “Integrated FEM/BEM approach to the dynamic and acoustic analysis of plate structures,” ENGINEERING ANALYSIS WITH BOUNDARY ELEMENTS, pp. 269–277, 1996, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/32127.