Advanced Modelling for Brake Squeal Prediction
Dipl.-Ing. Jan Münchhoff
Prof. John Fieldhouse
Organized by Dipl.-Ing. Jan Muenchhoff and Prof. Dr. George Ostermeyer
- Dr. -Ing. Kai Bode, AUDI AG, Germany
- Prof. Philippe Dufrénoy, University of Lille, France
- Prof. Francesco Massi, DIMA - Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
- Prof. Dr. Masaaki Nishiwaki, Teikyo University, Japan
- Dipl. -Ing. Aaron Völpel, M. Sc., Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
- Prof. Dr. Utz von Wagner, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany
The classical CEA methods overestimate the instability behaviour of brakes. This is becoming increasingly important in Industry. In fact, methods are sought worldwide to incorporate non-linear phenomena of the real world into the NVH calculation without leaving the comfort and speed of frequency methods too much.
For the education, the question is whether model and solution differences of linear approximations to non-linear models are important for future developments.
For the industry are fast and reliable methods more and more important in order to solve NVH issues in almost soundless drivetrains (BEV etc.) with lightweight components.
The panel will give a state-of-the-art insight into latest research and development on this topic.