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PhD position on the prediction of noise and vibration transmission in buildings Leuven Belgium,  

Posted on : 10 April 2017

Project Description

ProjectAn important way of protecting people from noise is by ensuring a sufficient overall sound insulation in buildings. However, this is a complex problem since multiple transmission paths are important, uncertainties can have a large effect, acoustic performance requirements often conflict with structural and thermal requirements, and accurate vibro-acoustic modelling with currently available numerical prediction tools requires a huge computational effort. An efficient yet sufficiently accurate prediction framework for the acoustic design of building systems is therefore needed, taking all relevant uncertainties into account and opening up the way for model-based optimization. For the development of this framework, a prestigious Starting Grant has been awarded by the European Research Council (ERC).This PhD forms a vital part of the ERC project. The aim of the PhD is to develop an efficient yet sufficiently accurate


3000 Leuven Belgium

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