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  1. 1. The first conference to focus on the influence of sound design on safety AUTOMOTIVE NVH visit our download center for free white papers, articles and much more! 23 – 24 January 2012 | Dorint Pallas Wiesbaden Germany learn from international • explore sound design for EVs and how to guarantee pedestrian protection companies like: • obtain an update on EU and UN-ECE noise emission limit values to prepare for future certification requirements • ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany • Discover nvH strategies for light weight components for an optimal nvH concept • TNO – Technical Sciences, The Netherlands • learn about simulation and how it can help to improve nvH • Investigate the correlation between engine sound and driving behaviour • West Saxon University of Zwickau, Germany for increased safety With contribution from • Federal Environmental Agency, Germany Juan J. García, • Autoneum Management AG, Product Manager, Switzerland Applus+IDIADA, Spain foort de roo, • University of Applied Consultant Environmental Acoustics, Sciences Duesseldorf, TNO – Technical Sciences, The Netherlands Germany Thomas Hansen, • Institute of Mechanical Team Manager Numerical Analysis and Simulation, Systems (IMES), ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany Centre of Structure Technologies, Switzerland INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS | 23 & 24 January • Applus+IDIADA, Spain 23 January | Influencing driving behaviour through vehicle sound • T&E European Federation 24 January | Discuss the challenges of designing sound for electrical drives for Transport and Environment, Belgium researched and developed by supported by 01 ok r 1! by r 2 bo ou e be ou th V em f y wi • IPETRONIK & Co. KG SA ov i ,- N rds 90 25 Bi € 1 rly to Ea upTo register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | f +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E |
  2. 2. AUTOMOTIVE NVH Congress day one | monday, 23 January 2012 09:15 registration & coffee Light weight design and NVH 09:40 Chairman’s welcome & opening address Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang foken, 14:25 Damping of lightweight fibre reinforced polymer structures Dean of the Department of Mechanical & • Comparison of traditional damping using viscoelastic Automotive Engineering, materials to alternative active and passive tamping West Saxon University of Zwickau, Germany approaches • Potential and challenges of selected non-traditional Automotive NVH – latest trends and challenges damping technologies for automotive panel structures • Integration of active and passive damping treatment into 09:45 Legal requirements on exterior noise – an outlook fibre reinforced polymer structures • Why exterior noise matters • structural damping of stiff and lightweight sandwich • Current regulatory developments (eu/uneCe) structures test procedure Markus Zogg, limit values Institute of Mechanical Systems (IMES) special aspects and challenges (aseP ev) , Centre of Structure Technologies, Switzerland • assessment of the developments from the environmental perspective Numerical Simulation Dr. Lars Schade, Scientific Staff, Traffic Noise Abatement, 15:05 Layout and optimisation of powertrain mount systems German Federal Environment Agency, Germany with multibody simulation • numerical description of powertrain mounts in multibody 10:25 Consequences of the revised vehicle noise emission models test method for the EU and UN-ECE noise emission • static, modal, vibration response analysis for different limit values loadcases • Differences between old and new test methods • layout criteria for expected nvH performance • Differences between results of old and new tests • Potential and limits of multibody simulation • Correlation with vehicle characteristics Thomas Hansen, • Contribution of tyre-road noise Team Manager Numerical Analysis and Simulation, • recommendations for revised noise emission limit values ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany • environmental, social and economic impact of revised limit values 15:45 refreshment break & networking foort de roo, Consultant Environmental Acoustics, TNO – Technical Sciences, The Netherlands 16:15 – 18:15 | Workshop: 11:05 refreshment break & networking Influencing driving behaviour through vehicle sound 11:35 The need for noise standards which reduce the burden Sound design is one of the main issues discussed within the nvH on public health and improve quality of life: community. In general sound design is used for marketing reasons: The position of an environmental NGO a certain sound is important for creating a certain image, eg. a • the influence of traffic noise on human health and well being sportive sound for a sportive image, to characterize the driver’s • Why today’s standards are not sufficient identification with a certain car or brand. this workshop follows • t&e requirements for noise standards a different approach. It will describe investigations concerning the Nina renshaw, influence of the vehicle’s sound, in particular the engine sound Deputy Director on the driving behaviour, how the engine sound can intuitively T&E European Federation for Transport and animate the driver to pursue a calmer driving behaviour and with Environment, Belgium that how sound design of interior noise can increase road safety. 12:15 networking luncheon Walter Zipp, Team Leader Acoustics, 13:45 Panel discussion: Reviewing EU`s new noise emission IPETRONIK & Co. KG values and testing methods  Panelists: selected speakers of the day and: Heinz Steven, 18:15 Closing remarks by the chairman & end of day one Member of the German UN-ECE delegation, Data Analysis and Consultancy, Germany Join us for an informal evening get-together "Its not only the up-to-date, deep information you IQPC and the Dorint Pallas Wiesbaden invite you to get, but most of all for the top level networking a evening reception with drinks & networking. you can access." this is an excellent opportunity to meet the other attendees and make new business contacts. marco Ballatore, nvH engineer, Bridgestone on one of our automotive eventsTo register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | f +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E |
  3. 3. AUTOMOTIVE NVH Congress day two | tuesday, 24 January 2012 09:00 registration & coffee • the need for “minimum noise” • the relationship between the ev noise and the 09:30 Chairman’s welcome & opening address background noise as a key element Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang foken, Juan J. García, Dean of the Department of Mechanical & Product Manager, Automotive Engineering, Applus+IDIADA, Spain West Saxon University of Zwickau, Germany 11:15 refreshment break & networking Numerical Simulation 11:45 The Evaluation of Acoustics for Electric Vehicles – 09:45 Numerical methods for the simulation of sound A Good Guess ? insulation and their application to the optimization of Prof. Dr. Jörg Becker-Schweitzer, Hybrid Acoustics, a novel dash insulator-absorber Vibration Engineering, • numerical methods for the sound package simulation University of Applied Sciences Duesseldorf, Germany • Biots modelling of porous materials • transfer matrix method (tmm) applied to multilayer 12:30 networking luncheon three-dimensional sound package components • statistical energy analysis (sea) model of a vehicle including the sound package • Physical principle of Hybrid acoustics, a novel concept 14:00 – 16:00 | Interactive discussion workshop: for a hybrid insulator-absorber • tmm-sea-Pareto-based optimization of a Hybrid Discuss the challenges of designing sound for electrical drives acoustics dash insulator With regard to noise emission electrical drive technology offers a • validation of the optimized component in a transmission lot of advantages compared to conventional drives. In particular loss facility against the background of the fact the environmental agencies • validation of the optimized component in a vehicle by claim the reduction of exterior noise and EU’s plan for lower means of transfer functions and operational measurements emission standards. yet, a lot of questions remain: Hermann de Ciutiis, • How wide is the difference between a conventional drive Global Product Manager Engine Bay and Heatshields, and an electrical drive really? Autoneum Management AG, Switzerland • the potential of noise reduction of electrical drives • sound design for evs Special focus: NVH for electrical drives • Discussing the need for a minimum sound 10:30 On warning sounds of EVs for vulnerable road users • evs as safety hazard for pedestrians and other 16:00 Closing remarks by the chairman & vulnerable road users end of conference day two • overview of published actions by the us and Japanese governments as well as within international bodies such as un/eCe and Iso Medie Partners is the leading online resource for the global automotive industry. With daily breaking news, in-depth analysis and comment from expert analysts, just-auto helps over 90,000 executives and decision makers each month. supplierBusiness is a business research company focused on automotive supply base issues. We provide the most comprehen- sive coverage of the global automotive supplier community, adding between twenty and thirty original stories to our archives on developments every week. all editorial coverage is originally researched by supplierBusiness, and most appears exclusively in supplierBusiness weekly Insight or monthly analysis news-letters, both of which are published both on this website and in PDF format. In addition to these subscription products, we also publish and compile reports and databases on the global automotive supply base. for further information Sponsorship please visit our website or We have a variety of packages available to suit your requirements. contact us on +49 (0)30 20 91 32 74 or email For all sponsorship and exhibition opportunities call Joel Fecht: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 75 or email Upcoming automotive events: 4th International Congress Electric Vehicles International Congress – Automotive Green Production 05 – 07 December 2011 30 January – 01 February 2012 2nd International Congress – Automotive Composites 7th International Conference Innovative Seating 06 – 08 December 2011 06 – 09 February 2012 www.seating-conference.comTo register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | f +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E |
  4. 4. AUTOMOTIVE 4 Ways to Register Fax: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 NVH Post: IQPC Gesellschaft für management Konferenzen mbH Friedrichstraße 94 23 – 24 January 2012 | Dorint Pallas Wiesbaden Germany 10117 Berlin, Germany online: If undeliverable, please return to: IQPC GmbH | Friedrichstraße 94 | D-10117 Berlin, Germany email: For further information Phone: +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 BooKInGCoDe PDFW Venue and Accommodation Dorint Pallas Wiesbaden auguste-viktoria-straße 15 65185 Wiesbaden, Germany tel.: +49 (0)611 3306-0 Fax: +49 (0)611 3306-1000 this modern and elegant first class hotel combines clear aesthetic design with exclusive hospitality. Central locat- ed, close to the rhein main Hallen. High level comfort in 298 rooms, including a presidential and 30 more suits. a total of 2000 sq. metres of state-of-the-art meeting facilities. a la carte restaurant “steuben’s” casual wine- , yOUr DETAILS: Please ContaCt our DataBase manaGer (verteIler@IQPC.De) anD InForm tHem oF any InCorreCt and beer bar “Pinte” “Garden view Bar” with live music. , DetaIls WHICH WIll Be amenDeD aCCorDInGly relaxing spa facilities and underground parking. Early Bird Congress Packages Standard Price (Book and pay by the 25 November 2011) Accommodation: a limited number of reduced Bronze Package Save € 190,- € 1.709,- +vat € 1.899,- + vat 2 day congress rate rooms are available at the conference hotel. accommodation can be booked by calling the central reservation number. Please always quote the booking reference IQPC-Berlin. Hotel accommodation and travel costs are not included in the registration fee. only one discount applicable per person. CANT MAKE IT TO THE CONGrESS? PUrCHASE THE 2-DAy CONGrESS DOCUMENTATION fOr € 595,- +vat. Delegate Details Please fill out in Capitals! DELEGATE mr mrs ms Dr Payment Terms Family name First name Payment is due on receipt of the invoice. Position email telephone Fax organisation address Cancellations and Substitutions CANCELLATIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS DeleGates may Be suBstItuteD at any tIme. IQPC GesellsCHaFt Für Postcode/town manaGement KonFerenzen mBH Does not ProvIDe reFunDs For CanCellatIons. HoWever, save WHere WrItten notICe oF CanCellatIon approving manager: Is reCeIveD more tHan seven (7) Days PrIor to tHe ConGress, a CreDIt to tHe value PaID at tHat Date WIll Be IssueD, WHICH may Be useD signature aGaInst anotHer IQPC GmBH ConGress For uP to one year From Its Date oF Issue. For CanCellatIons reCeIveD seven (7) Days or less I agree to IQPC Gesellschaft für management Konferenzen mbH payment terms. PrIor to an event (InCluDInG Day seven), no CreDIt WIll Be IssueD. In tHe event tHat IQPC GmBH CanCels an event, Payments reCeIveD at yes, I would like to receive information about products and services via email. tHe CanCellatIon Date WIll Be CreDIteD toWarDs attenDanCe at a Future IQPC GmBH ConGress or, In tHe event oF a PostPonement By Payment Methods IQPC GmBH, a resCHeDuleD Date. IF tHe DeleGate Is unaBle to attenD tHe resCHeDuleD event, tHe DeleGate WIll reCeIve a CreDIt In lIeu PAy By BANK TrANSfEr qUOTING rEfErENCE DE20924.001: oF Payments maDe toWarDs a Future IQPC GmBH event, valID For IQPC Gesellschaft für management Konferenzen mbH, one year From tHe Date oF Issue. IQPC GmBH Is not resPonsIBle For any loss or DamaGe as a result oF a suBstItutIon, altera- HsBC trinkaus & Burkhardt aG, Blz 300 308 80, Konto-nr. 430076019 tIon, PostPonement or CanCellatIon oF an event Due to Causes IBan: De32 30030880 0430076019, sWIFt-BIC: tuBDDeDD BeyonD Its Control InCluDInG, WItHout lImItatIon, natural DIsas- ters, saBotaGe, aCCIDent, traDe or InDustrIal DIsPutes or HostIlItIes. By CrEDIT CArD: Please debit my credit card yOUr DETAILS Please ContaCt our Customer servICe manaGer (tel: +49 (0)30 20913330 or verteIler@IQPC.De) anD InForm tHem oF any InCorreCt DetaIls Card No WHICH WIll Be amenDeD aCCorDInGly or IF you PreFer not to Get / InFormatIon Per Fax emaIl or PHone anymore.Congress code De20924.001 SPEAKEr CHANGES Expiry date Security code oCCasIonally It Is neCessary For reasons BeyonD our Control to alter tHe Contents anD tImInG oF tHe ProGramme or tHe IDentIty oF Cardholder’s name tHe sPeaKers. DATA PrOTECTION signature Personal Data Is GatHereD In aCCorDanCe WItH tHe Data ProteCtIon aCt 1998. your DetaIls may Be PasseD to otHer ComPanIes WHo WIsH to CommunICate WItH you oFFers relateD to your BusIness aCtIvItIes. IF you Do not WIsH to reCeIve tHese oFFers, Please tICK tHe Box BeloW. Card billing address (if different from Company address) Please Do not Pass my InFormatIon to any tHIrD Party. By CHEqUE: made payable to IQPC Gesellschaft für management Konferenzen mbH © IQPC GesellsCHaFt Für manaGement KonFerenzen mBH