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Acoustic Engineering for Construction Equipment
Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) are very important topics in the development of new construction equipment. Legislative requirements for operator's ear level as well as the comparison to competitor equipment in terms of noise and vibration as well as sound quality set very challenging targets. NVH optimization of complete vehicles in conjunction with trade-off discussions between NVH, costs, emissions and durability is one of the most challenging tasks in the development process.
With latest NVH development tools and methodologies, NVH facilities and engineering capabilities, the AVL Acoustic Engineering team is well prepared to support our customers in solving their development challenges. Using a combined approach of simulation and measurement, we develop individual solutions for, and together with, our customers. Important topics that AVL supports in the field of acoustic engineering for construction equipment are:
- Operator's ear level optimization
- Mounting system layout and refinement
- Intake/ exhaust system layout and refinement
- Vehicle NVH analysis
- Driveline behavior
AVL has in-depth knowledge through our experts who have 40 years of know-how in continuously developing new methodologies and tools to solve this complex topic.
- Leading edge technology and senior expertise
- Unique tools, methodologies and processes
- Development of complete drivelines and vehicles
Satisfied customers are the best evidence for successful projects and developments. The AVL acoustic engineering team has performed customer projects as well as research projects for more than 40 years. Due to confidentiality reasons, the published references for our work are limited – but this is also a part of our sustainable success.
Latest Project Examples:
- Driveline NVH refinement projects
- Operators ear level optimization
- Homologation assessment