3.1 The basics

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In order to win in today’s highly innovative and competitive markets, automotive OEMs and high-tech companies are continuously improving their R&D methods. The aim is to increase product quality while reducing time and costs for both engineering and production processes. For sound & vibration engineering (‘NVH’ in automotive) a group of methods that has been significantly revamped over the past years is Transfer Path Analysis (TPA). With TPA, engineers evaluate the noise from various sources (e.g. road or engine noise), which propagates to the receiver (the driver or passengers) through various transfer paths.


TPA whitepaper

When you are interested in more profound information on this topic, please download our whitepaper on Transfer Path Analysis (TPA) – Source Characterization. In this whitepaper you’ll find theory and example cases on modular source descriptions using blocked forces. Enjoy reading it and don’t hesitate to contact us for more info.

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