CAE : Noise and Vibration
Acoustic Design Software
Company: BEASY Software
BEASY provides an excellent computer based tool for simulating the behaviour of acoustic fields. Typical applications include computing sound levels in the passenger compartments of automobiles and aircraft, structural acoustic scattering and radiation and many other noise control problems. BEASY offers the latest technology today in terms of accuracy, efficiency, reliability and most importantly ease of use.
Company: ESI Group
VA One is a complete solution for simulating the response of vibro-acoustic systems across the full frequency range. VA One seamlessly combines Finite Elements (FE), Boundary Elements (BEM) and Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) in ONE model.
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Company: Metacomp Technologies
CAA++ is a comprehensive suite of tools for aeroacoustics. CAA++ is designed to synergistically complement CFD++ by providing the user with a extended set of analytical and numerical methods to simulate the generation and transmission of sound waves through fluids.
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Company: Vibrant Technology, Inc.
ME'scopeVES has been specifically designed to make it easy for you to observe and analyze a variety of vibration, acoustic, and strength of materials problems in machines and structures. It utilizes multi-channel time or frequency domain experimental data, acquired during the operation of a machine, or the static or dynamic loading of a structure.