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List of Sessions

Session: Active noise control

ANC1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Active Noise Control in a semi-closed Aircraft Cabin (ID 71)
Kay Kochan, Thomas Kletschkowski, Delf Sachau, Helmut-Schmidt-University, Germany
Harald Breitbach, Airbus Deutschland GmBH, Germany
13:25 Filtered-X LMS vs repetitive control for active structural acoustic control of periodic disturbances (ID 1)
Bert Stallaert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Gregory Pinte, Steven Devos, Wim Symens, Flanders' MECHATRONICS Technology Centre, Belgium
Jan Swevers, Paul Sas, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
13:50 Active panels under stochastic excitation (ID 88)
Jens Rohlfing, Paolo Gardonio, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
14:15 Active vibration reduction by means of a low-cost FPGA device (ID 95)
Alfredo Cigada, Stefano Manzoni, Matteo Redaelli, Marcello Vanali, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
14:40 Active porous composites for wide frequency-range noise absorption (ID 467)
Tomasz Zielinski, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Poland


Session: Active vibration control and smart structures

AVC1 - Monday September 15, 2008

15:30 Wave-based control of flexible mechanical systems (ID 436)
William O'Connor, University College Dublin, Ireland
16:20 Influence of magneto-sensitive elastomers on the dynamic behaviour of a suspended mass (ID 168)
Ane Alberdi, Nere Gil-Negrete, F. J. Nieto, I. Puy, CEIT and Tecnun (University of Navarra), Spain
16:45 Vibration Control using an Adaptive Tuned Magneto-Rheological Fluid Vibration Absorber (ID 239)
Chompoonoot Hirunyapruk, Brian Mace, Michael Brennen, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
17:10 Dynamic stiffness compensation with active aerostatic thrust bearings (ID 393)
Gorka Aguirre, Farid Al-Bender, Hendrik Van Brussel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
17:35 Catching the wave - on the relationship between wave based control, absolute vibration suppression and input shaping (ID 417)
Irit Peled, Technion, Israel
William O'Connor, University College Dublin, Ireland
Yoram Halevi, Technion, Israel


AVC2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Elastic Mass Actuator (EMA) concept for Sound Transmission Loss increase of panel like structures (ID 533)
Seppo Uosukainen, Ari Saarinen, Kiran Sahu, Hannu Nykänen, VTT (Technical Research Centre of Finland), Finland
Antti Kelloniemi, Panphonics Oy, Finland
9:15 Active structural acoustic control of rotating machinery using an active bearing (ID 185)
Steven Devos, Flanders' MECHATRONICS Technology Centre, Belgium
Bert Stallaert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Gregory Pinte, Wim Symens, Flanders' MECHATRONICS Technology Centre, Belgium
Paul Sas, Jan Swevers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
9:40 Vibration isolation via shunted electromagnetic transducers (ID 499)
Bruno de Marneffe, Mihaita Horodinca, André Preumont, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
10:05 Vibration Absorption for Quasi-Periodic Excitation - Methods and Two Renewable-Energy Applications. (ID 512)
Seamus Garvey, A. Shahaj, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom


AVC3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:55 Investigation into feedback control of part-fixture systems undergoing dynamic machining forces (ID 452)
Otto Jan Bakker, Atanas Popov, Svetan Ratchev, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
11:20 Power flow mode theory and application to active vibration control of equipment mounted on travelling flexible ship excited by waves (ID 607)
Ye Ping Xiong, Jing Tang Xing, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
11:45 A semiactive control scheme using MR dampers for the unbalance response in a rotor-bearing system (ID 209)
Gerardo Silva-Navarro, Alvaro Cabrera-Amado, Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N., Mexico
12:10 Design and application of an active vibration control system for a marine engine mount (ID 178)
Michael Kauba, Sven Herold, Thorsten Koch, Dirk Mayer, T. Melz, Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF, Germany


AVC4 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 Energy transfer in semi-active suspension (ID 321)
Christophe Collette, André Preumont, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
14:25 Smart antenna arrays on vibrating structures (ID 478)
Hans van Tongeren, Harmen Schippers, Guus Vos, Roel Houwink, National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, Netherlands
14:50 Piezoelectric shunt damping for chatter suppression in machining processes (ID 296)
Alper Erturk, Daniel J. Inman, Virginia Tech, United States
15:15 Vibration Reduction of a Rotorcraft UAV Using PZT Patches (ID 122)
Giuliano Coppotelli, Alessandro Agneni, Luigi Balis Crema, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
15:40 Improving the performance of an energy harvesting device using nonlinearity (ID 160)
Roszaidi Ramlan, Michael Brennen, Brian Mace, University of Southampton, United Kingdom


AVC5 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

8:50 Periodic Disturbance Rejection on a Laser Beam Stabilizing System with Adaptive Controllers (ID 8)
Sebastian Maier, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Marc Bodson, University of Utah, United States
9:15 Friction based vibration absorber with application in machine tools (ID 44)
José Roseira, Timo Krappel, Lothar Gaul, University of Stuttgart, Germany
9:40 Toward an Optimal Design Procedure of a Nonlinear Vibration Absorber Coupled to a Duffing Oscillator (ID 62)
Régis Viguié, Gaëtan Kerschen, University of Liège, Belgium
10:05 Design of Active Damper Controlled by Piezoelectric Stack (ID 100)
Rafael Luís Teixeira, Francisco Paulo Lépore Neto, José Francisco Ribeiro, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil


Session: Aeroacoustics and flow noise

AA1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:30 Acoustic propagation in a flow duct with an orifice plate (ID 169)
Axel Kierkegaard, Gunilla Efraimsson, S. Boij, KTH, Sweden
16:55 Robust aeroacoustic computations based on Curle’s and Powell’s analogies (ID 509)
Paula Martinez-Lera, LMS International, Belgium
Anna Mueller, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
Christophe Schram, LMS International, Belgium
Patrick Rambaud, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Jérôme Anthoine, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
17:20 Jet noise shielding: Mean flow convection and refraction effects on jet noise source propagation (ID 442)
Ciarán O'Reilly, Henry Rice, Trinity College, Ireland
17:45 Highly accurate multioperators schemes for aeroacoustics with application to noise generated by jets (ID 420)
Andrei Tolstykh, Mikhail Lipavskii, Alexander Savel'ev, Dmitrii Shirobokov, Computing Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
18:10 Applying the boundary element and modal superposition methods to evaluate inlet noise of high circumferential orders (ID 600)
Xiaozhen Sheng, Cummins Turbo Technologies Co. Ltd, United Kingdom


AA2 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

10:55 A hybrid numerical method for analysing multi-mode sound propagation in ventilation ductwork (ID 184)
Ray Kirby, Brunel University, United Kingdom
11:20 Experimental acoustic identification of flow noise sources in expansion chambers (ID 578)
Wim De Roeck, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
11:45 A 2D Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Aeroacoustics with Curved Boundary Treatment (ID 580)
Thomas Toulorge, Yves Reymen, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
12:10 Optimization of hybrid aeroacoustic computations of an industrial confined flow through mesh coarsening techniques (ID 508)
Geraud Guilloud, Paula Martinez-Lera, C. Zacharopoulos, Christophe Schram, LMS International, Belgium


Session: Civil applications

CIV1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 Design of Lightweight floor system for optimized vibration comfort (ID 283)
Sander Zegers, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
14:25 Permanent monitoring of “Infante D. Henrique” bridge based on FDD and SSI-COV methods (ID 294)
Filipe Magalhães, Álvaro Cunha, Elsa Caetano, Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Portugal
14:50 Vibration of bell towers excited by bell ringing - a new approach to analysis (ID 458)
Richard Smith, Hugh Hunt, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
15:15 Vehicle-bridge Interaction Analysis: An Uncoupled Approach (ID 142)
Anna Feriani, Università di Brescia, Italy
Maria Mulas, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Giacinto Lucchini, Università di Brescia, Italy
15:40 Numerical Modeling of a Conventional RC Structure and its Response to Blast Loads (ID 591)
K. C. G. Ong, Patria Kusumaningrum, National University of Singapore, Singapore


CIV2 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

14:00 Dynamics of Multi-Span Continuous Plate Structures Traversed By Moving Loads Considering Separation and Reattachment (ID 107)
Danut Stancioiu, Huajiang Ouyang, John Mottershead, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
14:25 Structural and dynamic assessment and model updating of heritage buildings (ID 109)
Carlo Rainieri, Giovanni Fabbrocino, University of Molise, Italy
Gerardo Mario Verderame, Edoardo Cosenza, Gaetano Manfredi, University of Naples ``Federico II", Italy
14:50 Measurement and prediction of the pedestrian-induced vibrations of a footbridge (ID 487)
Peter Van den Broeck, Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven, Belgium
Guido De Roeck, Edwin Reynders, Daan Degrauwe, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Iveta Bojidarova Georgieva, Nadia Damyanova Borisova, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Bulgaria
15:15 Evaluation of vibration distribution from a full scale measurement in an eight storey wooden house (ID 226)
Åsa Bolmsvik, Växjö University, Sweden


Session: Condition monitoring

CM1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

15:40 Fatigue life assessment by means of full-field ESPI vibration measurements (ID 326)
Alessandro Zanarini, University of Bologna, Italy
16:05 Vibratory follow-up from restored RMS values. Application to rolling bearings. (ID 98)
Xavier Chiementin, Fabrice Bolaers, GRESPI, France
Lanto Rasolofondraibe, CReSTIC, France
Jean-Paul Dron, GRESPI, France
16:30 Diagnosis of milling cutting tools from the excitation identified using cepstral analysis and second order cyclic statistics (ID 377)
Khalid Ait sghir, LASPI & GSCM-LRIT, France
Robert Randall, University of New South Wales, Australia
M. El Badaoui, Laboratoire d’Analyse des Signaux et des Processus Industriels (LASPI), France
François Guillet, Laboratoire d’Analyse des Signaux et des Processus Industriels (LASPI), France
M'hamed Bakrim, LP2M2E, Morocco
Driss Aboutajdine, GSCM-LRIT, Morocco
16:55 Engine combustion indicators from block vibrations using Bayesian inference. (ID 120)
Emmanuel Nguyen, Laurent Duval, Olivier Grondin, Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP), France
Jérôme Antoni, University of technology of Compiègne, France
17:20 Core Barrel Vibration Monitoring of KSNP Using Statistical Reactor Noise Descriptors (ID 530)
Seon Ho Song, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Korea, Republic of
17:45 Fault detection of marine diesel engine using cylinder head vibration signals (ID 17)
Jianyuan Zhu, Shanghai Maritime University, China


Session: Damping

D1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:30 Changing the eigenfrequency spectrum using passive vibration absorbers (ID 183)
Frits Petit, M. Loccufier, D. Aeyels, Ghent University, Belgium
16:55 Damping Specification of Automotive Structural Components via Modal Projection (ID 266)
Nicolas Roy, Top Modal, France
Zouhir Abbadi, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
Etienne Balmès, SDTools & Ecole Centrale Paris, France
17:20 Model validation and experimentally driven hydraulic damper model refinement (ID 257)
Branislav Titurus, Nick Lieven, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
17:45 Tailored Damping Induced by a Cluster of Resonators (ID 110)
Oliviero Giannini, Antonio Carcaterra, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy


D2 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

8:50 Reflections on the Hysteretic Damping Model (ID 280)
Nuno Maia, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
9:15 Identification and Compensation of Stick-Slip Friction in Harmonic-Drive Gear Transmission (ID 489)
Michael Ruderman, Frank Hoffmann, Torsten Bertram, Technische Universitaet Dortmund, Germany
9:40 Energy dissipation of a friction damper: experimental validation (ID 522)
Ines Lopez, Coen Blok, Henk Nijmeijer, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
10:05 Generic FE modelling of linear interface damping in vibrating structures (ID 503)
Krister Dovstam, Dovstam Innovation HB, Sweden
Peter Göransson, KTH, Sweden


Session: Durability testing - vibration control

DT1 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

11:20 Increased Controllability in Component Testing using Structural Modifications (ID 308)
Anders Johansson, Thomas Abrahamsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
11:45 Durability Assessment of Lightweight Stainless Steel Exhaust Systems (ID 247)
Filip De Coninck, Wim Desmet, Paul Sas, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Eric Hansenne, Yvan Van Gucht, B. Lehaen, Luk Dedene, Bosal Research N.V., Belgium
12:10 Analysis of simplified FE models of PCBs exposed to random vibrations (ID 476)
Robin Alistar Amy, Guglielmo Aglietti, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Guy Richardson, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited, United Kingdom


Session: Dynamics of rotating machinery

RMD1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 Modelling and Experimental Results of Short Arc Rubs in Rotating Machines (ID 382)
Nicolò Bachschmid, Paolo Pennacchi, Ezio Tanzi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
14:25 Parametric study of the kinematic behaviour of the underplatform damper and correlation with experimental data (ID 502)
Daniele Botto, Stefano Zucca, S. Pavone, Muzio Gola, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
14:50 Some effects of interactions between forcing and manufacturing errors in gear rattle (ID 505)
James Ottewill, Simon Neild, Eddie Wilson, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
15:15 Modeling of high speed micro rotors in moderate flow confinement (ID 115)
Emre Dikmen, Peter van der Hoogt, R. G. K. M. Aarts, University of Twente, Netherlands
15:40 Active balancing technique for online vibration amplitude suppression in high-speed flexible rotor system using active magnetic bearings (ID 363)
Sharad Chandra Srivastava, Anil Kumar Verma, Pradip H. Chavda, Ashok K. Wankhede, G. Gouthaman, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India


RMD2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:30 Combining Mistuning and Snubbing in Bladed Disks of Turbomachinery (ID 380)
Nicolò Bachschmid, Paolo Pennacchi, M. Lurati, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
16:55 Dynamics of Rotating Blade Disk Identified by Magneto-Kinematic Measuring System (ID 384)
Ludek Pešek, Frantisek Vanĕk, Pavel Procházka, Petr Vanĕk, Jan Cibulka, AS CR Institute of Thermomechanics, Czech Republic
17:20 Vibration stability of soft mounted asynchronous machines with flexible shafts and sleeve bearings considering electromagnetic effects (ID 225)
Ulrich Werner, Siemens AG, Germany
17:45 Use of the cyclostationary modelling for the diagnosis of assembly faults in i.c. engine cold tests (ID 406)
S. Delvecchio, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven & Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
G. D'Elia, M. Cavallari, G. Dalpiaz, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy


Session: EUREKA project FLITE2: System identification for ground and flight vibration testing

FLI1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Improved FRF estimators for MIMO Sine Sweep data (ID 91)
Saverio Orlando, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
Bart Peeters, LMS International, Belgium
Giuliano Coppotelli, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
13:25 Modal identification of the structure of an aircraft with the LSCF method (ID 119)
Claire Souty, Dassault Aviation, France
13:50 Realistic simulation of flutter flight tests (ID 383)
Pierre Vacher, Alain Bucharles, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab, France
14:15 Hardware and software tools for in-flight flutter testing (ID 466)
Andrzej Klepka, Tadeusz Uhl, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
14:40 A new frequency-domain flutter speed prediction algorithm using a simplified linear aeroelastic model (ID 28)
Tim De Troyer, Erasmushogeschool Brussel, Belgium
Rafik Zouari, IRISA/INRIA, France
Patrick Guillaume, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Laurent Mevel, IRISA/INRIA, France
15:05 Flutter monitoring using a mixed model-based and data-based approach (ID 594)
Rafik Zouari, IRISA/INRIA, France
Tim De Troyer, Erasmushogeschool Brussel, Belgium
Laurent Mevel, IRISA/INRIA, France
Michèle Basseville, IRISA/CNRS, France
Patrick Guillaume, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
15:30 Development of the Envelope Function for Flight Flutter Testing (ID 549)
Asim Abassi, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Jonathan Cooper, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom


Session: FRIENDCOPTER project: Rotorcraft noise and vibration

FCOP1 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

8:50 Alleviation of helicopter vibrating hub loads through cyclic trailing-edge blade flap actuation (ID 181)
Massimo Gennaretti, Marco Molica Colella, Giovanni Bernardini, University Roma Tre, Italy
9:15 Using P-U probes for the experimental vibro-acoustical modal analysis of a helicopter (ID 277)
Elena Pierro, DIMeG-Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Emiliano Mucchi, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
Antonio Vecchio, LMS International, Belgium
9:40 Acoustic cavity with Active- Passive Segmented Constrained Layer Damping Treated panels (ID 316)
Valerijan Cokonaj, Antonia Amer Llobera, AERNNOVA Engineering Solutions, Spain
10:05 Acoustical signature analysis of a helicopter cabin in steady-state and run up operational conditions (ID 362)
Emiliano Mucchi, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
Antonio Vecchio, LMS International, Belgium
10:30 Helicopter Cabin Noise Reduction: from Available Technologies to Implementation (ID 368)
Fausto Cenedese, Alessandro Perazzolo, AgustaWestland, Italy


FCOP2 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

11:20 Active control of helicopter gearbox supports and effects on cabin acoustic field (ID 405)
Walter Corbetta, Alessandro Toso, Edoardo Vigoni, Gian Luca Ghiringhelli, Lorenzo Dozio, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Fausto Cenedese, AgustaWestland, Italy
11:45 Use of Noise Barriers for Helicopter Noise Mitigation (ID 437)
Penelope Menounou, Evangelos Papaefthymiou, University of Patras, Greece
12:10 Transfer Path Analysis of the Agusta Westland AW-109 performed by means of in-flight data and POLYMAX synthesized FRFs (ID 579)
Lorenzo Testa, Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italy
Antonio Vecchio, LMS International, Belgium
Luigi Bregant, Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italy


Session: Instrumentation

I1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:30 Acoustic absorption measurements of moving structures and under influence of flow (ID 157)
Emiel Tijs, Microflown Technologies, Netherlands
Hans-Elias de Bree, Microflown Technologies & HAN University, Netherlands
10:55 Structural dynamics and electromechanical (MEMS) filters (ID 130)
Izhak Bucher, Arie Elka, Technion, Israel
11:20 Orthogonal 1/n-th octave-band filters: derivation and application to the measurement of instantaneous sound intensity (ID 480)
Jérôme Antoni, University of technology of Compiègne, France
11:45 Calibration of the two microphone transfer function method by determining the hard wall impedance at shifted reference sections. (ID 610)
Rene Boonen, Paul Sas, Wim Desmet, Walter Lauriks, Gerrit Vermeir, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
12:10 Modal Identification of a Vibrating Ring-based Single-axis Rate Sensor (ID 143)
Robin Elliott, Colin Fox, Stewart McWilliam, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom


I2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:05 Productivity Enhancement in Full Body Experimental Modal Analysis by Automated Non-Contact Vibration Measurement using a Novel Approach of Combining 3D-Scanning Vibrometry with Industrial Robot Technology (ID 387)
Sven Frank, Matthias Schüssler, Polytec GmbH, Germany
16:30 Optical measurement of nonlinear distortions in the vibration of acoustically driven mechanical systems (ID 421)
Johan Aerts, Joris Dirckx, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Rik Pintelon, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
16:55 Vibration platform for the calibration of optical sensors (ID 454)
Roland Kruse, Tiedo Meyer, Oldenburg University, Germany
17:20 Impedance Modeling of Modal Exciters (ID 521)
David Brown, University of Cincinnati, United States
Marco Peres, The Modal Shop, Inc., United States
17:45 Angular FRF Assessment Using Piezoceramic Bimorphs Applied to Beams and Isotropic Plates (ID 537)
Thiago Cicogna, Paulo Varoto, Marcelo Trindade, University of Sao Paulo-School of Engineering of Sao Carlos, Brazil


Session: Medium and high frequency techniques

MHF1 - Monday September 15, 2008

15:55 Complex Envelope Vectorization for the solution of external acoustical problems (ID 36)
Oliviero Giannini, Aldo Sestieri, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
16:20 Efficient Calculation of SEA Input Parameters Using a Wave Based Substructuring Technique (ID 396)
Patrik Ragnarsson, Bert Pluymers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Stijn Donders, LMS International, Belgium
Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
16:45 Extension of SmEdA method to estimate energy repartition into SEA subsystems (ID 175)
Nicolas Totaro, Jean-Louis Guyader, INSA Lyon, France
17:10 Wave Based Technique: enrichment of the set of basis functions (ID 482)
Jan Rejlek, ACC Acoustic Competence Center, Austria
Franz Diwoky, AVL List GmbH, Austria
Achim Hepberger, ACC Acoustic Competence Center, Austria
Bert Pluymers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
17:35 Application of DOE to estimate the variability of SEA solution (ID 105)
Antonio Culla, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
Walter D'Ambrogio, Università dell'Aquila, Italy
Annalisa Fregolent, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy


MHF2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Wave Based Method in a complex domain: accuracy improvement (ID 444)
Jevgenijs Jegorovs, Jan Mohring, Fraunhofer ITWM, Germany
9:15 Basis Functions and Their Sensitivity in the Wave-Based Substructuring Approach (ID 582)
Primoz Cermelj, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Bert Pluymers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Stijn Donders, LMS International, Belgium
Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Miha Boltezar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
9:40 Investigations on potential improvements of the Wave Based Technique for the application to radiation problems under anechoic conditions (ID 484)
Tamas Mocsai, AVL List GmbH, Austria
Achim Hepberger, ACC Acoustic Competence Center, Austria
Franz Diwoky, AVL List GmbH, Austria
Hans-Herwig Priebsch, ACC Acoustic Competence Center, Austria


MHF3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:30 On the coupling of Wave Based models with modally reduced Finite Element models for 3D interior acoustic analysis (ID 423)
Bert Van Genechten, Dirk Vandepitte, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
10:55 Implementation of Acoustic Blankets to the VLS Fairing - A Sensitivity Analysis Using SEA (ID 97)
Rogério Pirk, C. d'Andrade Souto, Institute of Aeronautics and Space, Brazil
11:20 Application of the Wave Based Method for the calculation of structural intensity and power flow in plates (ID 430)
Karel Vergote, Dirk Vandepitte, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
11:45 On the use of an FE based energy flow post-processing method for vehicle structural dynamic analysis (ID 440)
Matej Tadina, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Patrik Ragnarsson, Bert Pluymers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Stijn Donders, LMS International, Belgium
Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Miha Boltezar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


Session: Modal testing: methods and case studies

MTC1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Finite element vibration model validation of optical module and headlamp (ID 52)
Christine Roucoules, Stephan Sommerschuh, Christophe Cros, Valeo, France
9:15 Virtual shaker testing: a novel approach for improving vibration test performance (ID 258)
Stefano Ricci, Bart Peeters, J. Debille, L. Britte, Eddy Faignet, LMS International, Belgium
9:40 Experimental modal analysis of an aeronautical engine component (ID 154)
Allesandro Fasana, Luigi Garibaldi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Massimo Giambra, Mario Plancher, AVIO S.p.A., Italy
Stefano Marchesiello, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
10:05 Modal Analysis of a PWR Fuel Rod under Simulated Plant Operation Condition (ID 375)
Hyeong Koo Kim, Nam Gyu Park, Sang Youn Jeon, Korea Nuclear Fuel, Korea, Republic of


MTC2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:55 Sine sweep excitation of MDOF systems (ID 404)
Luigi Bregant, Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italy
Carlo Pestelli, Wartsila Italia Spa, Italy
D. Granà, University of Trieste, Italy
11:20 Experimental Modal Analysis Of The Dynamic Behaviour Of Steelpan Test-notes (ID 313)
Soren Maloney, C. Y. Barlow, J. Woodhouse, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
11:45 Experimental Modal Analysis Of Large Fuselage Panel For Composite Structure: Contact And Non-Contact Measurement (ID 77)
Marcin Luczak, Antonio Vecchio, LMS International, Belgium
Emiliano Mucchi, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
Elena Pierro, DIMeG-Politecnico di Bari, Italy


MTC3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 An efficient mode based approach for the dynamic analysis of jointed and locally damped structures: Joint Interface Modes (ID 182)
Wolfgang Witteveen, LCM Linz, Austria
Hans Irschik, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Harald Riener, Manfred Engelbrechtsmüller, MAGNA Powertrain, ECS St. Valentin, Austria
Anton Plank, University of Vienna, Austria
14:25 Modal analysis, design optimization and prototype validation of a gas turbine high pressure blade (ID 202)
Paolo Del Turco, Michele D'Ercole, Massimiliano Mariotti, Nicola Pieroni, Francesco Gamberi, GE Infrastructure, Oil & Gas, Italy
14:50 Experimental Estimation of FRFs Using the Transmissibility Concept (ID 518)
Antonio Urgueira, Raquel Almeida, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Nuno Maia, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal


Session: Model updating and correlation

MU1 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

8:50 Efficient Methods in Stochastic Model Updating (ID 200)
Hamed Haddad Khodaparast, John Mottershead, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
9:15 Optimization of the Dynamic Response of a Complete Exhaust System (ID 74)
Tom Lauwagie, Jacques Strobbe, Eddy Dascotte, Dynamic Design Solutions, Belgium
Josiane Clavier, Mauricio Monteagudo, Faurecia Exhaust System Division, France
9:40 Regularization for Symmetric and Almost Symmetric Systems in Model Updating (ID 145)
Branislav Titurus, Michael Friswell, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
10:05 Blade Model Updating to enable bladed disc mistune assembly response predictions (ID 55)
Hilmi Kurt-Elli, Rolls-Royce plc, United Kingdom


MU2 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

10:55 Robust parametric updating of uncertain finite element models from experimental modal analysis (ID 290)
Evangeline Capiez-Lernout, Christian Soize, Université Paris-Est, France
Roger Ohayon, CNAM, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France
11:20 Multi-objective optimization algorithms for finite element model updating (ID 460)
Evaggelos Ntotsios, Costas Papadimitriou, University of Thessaly, Greece
11:45 Modal correlation and updating of a vehicle body-in-white (ID 556)
Mark Burnett, Bill Young, MIRA Ltd, United Kingdom
12:10 Error localization in an FE model in model updating process using supermodels (ID 606)
Chaoping Zang, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
C. Schwingshackl, David Ewins, Imperial College London, United Kingdom


Session: Monitoring and diagnostics of rotating machinery

RMM1 - Monday September 15, 2008

16:20 Prediction on Vibration and Electromagnetic Field of Electric Motor for Noise Improvement (ID 15)
Nobuyuki Okubo, Hisakazu Narukami, Takeshi Toi, Chuo University, Japan
16:45 Influence of bearing loads and operating conditions on steam turbine vibrations (ID 54)
Paolo Pennacchi, Andrea Vania, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
17:10 Order and Chaos in a Rotor Bearing System with Unbalance and Clearance (ID 260)
Mohammad Ghaffari Saadat, Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Jack Hale, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
17:35 Detection of Rolling Element Bearing Faults by Using of Instantaneous Frequency (ID 233)
Ali Ibrahim, Laboratoire d’Analyse des Signaux et des Processus Industriels (LASPI), France
François Guillet, Laboratoire d’Analyse des Signaux et des Processus Industriels (LASPI), France
Mohamed El Badaoui, Frédéric Bonnardot, Laboratoire d’Analyse des Signaux et des Processus Industriels (LASPI), France
18:00 Concept of Roughness of Vibration in Rolling Bearings Diagnosis (ID 219)
Mehdi Behzad, Abbas Rohani Bastami, Sharif University of Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)


Session: Multi-body dynamics and control

MB1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 A need for advanced and validated multibody models as a basis for more accurate dynamic load prediction in multi megawatt wind turbine gearboxes (ID 619)
Joris Peeters, Sonja Goris, Fred Vanhollebeke, Ben Marrant, Wim Meeusen, Hansen Transmissions, Belgium
13:25 Kinematics-based variability of the dynamic behaviour in spatial mechanisms (ID 327)
Alessandro Zanarini, University of Bologna, Italy
13:50 Optimal counterweight balancing of spatial mechanisms using voxel-based discretizations (ID 64)
Myriam Verschuure, Bram Demeulenaere, Erwin Aertbeliën, Jan Swevers, Joris De Schutter, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:15 Strategy for User Orientated Simulation of Large Drive Trains to Calculate Realistic Load Conditions (ID 139)
Berthold Schlecht, Thomas Rosenlöcher, Thomas Hähnel, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
14:40 Model reduction techniques to speed up multibody dynamics simulations (ID 395)
Gert Heirman, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Olivier Brüls, University of Liège, Belgium
Paul Sas, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
15:05 Feasibility of Applying Controllable Lubrication to the Main Bearings of Reciprocating Engines (ID 249)
Edgar Estupinan, Ilmar Santos, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark


MB2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 A finite element study on the relationship between the vibrational behaviour of the hip stem-femur system and the contact area change at the implant-bone interface (ID 297)
Leonard Pastrav, Aida Asiminei, Jeroen Devos, Georges Van der Perre, Siegfried Jaecques, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:25 A Model for the Elastodynamic Analysis of the Geared Timing System of a Motorbike Engine (ID 163)
Alessandro Rivola, Marco Milandri, DIEM, University of Bologna, Italy
Emiliano Mucchi, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
14:50 The influence of flexibility within multibody modeling of multi-megawatt wind turbine gearboxes (ID 401)
Jan Helsen, Gert Heirman, Dirk Vandepitte, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
15:15 Shaken baby syndrome: a structural dynamics perspective (ID 500)
JingJing Cheng, D. Batterbee, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Alaster Yoxall, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Neil Sims, Jen Rowson, Ian Howard, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
15:40 Adaptive Robust Attitude Control of a Finite Element Model of Flexible Spacecraft (ID 63)
Morteza Shahravi, Mansour Kabganian, Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)


Session: MYMOSA project: Integrated motorcycle safety

MYM1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 A 3D model of a human for powered two-wheeler vehicles (ID 524)
Pedro Talaia, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
David Moreno, LMS International, Belgium
Michal Hajzman, Ludek Hyncik, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
9:15 Object-Oriented Modelling and Simulation of an ATV (ID 604)
Filippo Donida, Gianni Ferretti, Gianantonio Magnani, Matteo Zampini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
9:40 Development of a Virtual Rider (ID 608)
Marco Pierini, Niccolò Baldanzini, Claudio Brenna, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy
I. Symeonidis, E. Schuller, S. Peldschus, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany
10:05 MYMOSA - A virtual motorcycle rider for closed-loop simulation of motorcycles (ID 609)
David Moreno, LMS International, Belgium
Pedro Talaia, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Joris De Cuyper, LMS International, Belgium
Miguel Sánchez Lozano, Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain


Session: Noise control: case studies

NC1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:30 Analysis of the impact noise and airborne noise insulations of a geotextile sheet (ID 43)
Jose Antonio Ballesteros, Samuel Quintana, Marcos D. Fernández, Isabel González, Laura Rodriguez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
16:55 Frequency-specific parametric studies for the reduction of the sound radiation of gearbox housings (ID 65)
Bernd Graf, Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Jochen Neher, Bernd Wender, University of Applied Sciences of Ulm, Germany
17:20 Silent aircraft toilets – different concepts for reducing the sound emission (ID 449)
Werner Hufenbach, Martin Dannemann, Frank Kolbe, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Torsten Labuhn, Robert Klug, AOA avionics dresden GmbH, Germany
17:45 Vibroacoustic Analysis of an MRI Gradient Coil (ID 540)
Abdulrahman Al-Khalidy, R. A. Hedeen, General Electric Global Research, United States
18:10 System-approach Implementation for Drum Washing Machine Robust Noise Design (ID 558)
Qinqian Zeng, H. Wee, D. Choi, Samsung Electronics, Korea, Republic of


Session: Non-linearities: identification and modelling

NL1 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

10:55 Data Clustering for the Identification of the Bifurcation Behaviour in Non-Linear Aeroelastic Systems using a Coupled Harmonic Balance/Genetic Algorithm Approach (ID 9)
Gareth Vio, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Grigorios Dimitriadis, University of Liège, Belgium
Jonathan Cooper, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
11:20 Higher-Order Spectra (HOS) for Identification of Nonlinear Modal Coupling (ID 22)
Daryl Hickey, Keith Worden, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
11:45 Development of Numerical Algorithms for Practical Computation of Nonlinear Normal Modes (ID 83)
Maxime Peeters, Fotios Georgiades, Régis Viguié, Guillaume Sérandour, Gaetan Kerschen, Jean-Claude Golinval, University of Liège, Belgium
12:10 Non-parametric identification of Higher Order Sinusoidal Output Describing Functions (ID 124)
Pieter Nuij, Maarten Steinbuch, Okko Bosgra, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands


Session: Operational modal analysis

OMA1 - Monday September 15, 2008

16:20 Multiple operational mode shapes normalisation from mass changes (ID 37)
Emmanuel Foltête, FEMTO-ST Institute, France
16:45 Non-Stationary Random Vibration Modelling in a Retractable Arm Structure (ID 132)
Minas Spiridonakos, Spilios Fassois, University of Patras, Greece
17:10 New cepstral methods of operational modal analysis (ID 339)
Robert Randall, University of New South Wales, Australia
17:35 Automated operational modal analysis using transmissibility functions (ID 461)
Christof Devriendt, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Tim De Troyer, Erasmushogeschool Brussel, Belgium
Gert De Sitter, Patrick Guillaume, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
18:00 Operational Modal Analysis using Output-only Subspace Identification for Structural Health Monitoring (ID 146)
Kashif Saeed, Nazih Mechbal, Gérard Coffignal, Michel Vergé, Arts et Metiers ParisTech, France


OMA2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:30 Engine Excitation for Operational Modal Analysis - Different Approaches Applied to a Lab Model (ID 180)
Andreas Friedmann, Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF, Germany
16:55 Taxi Vibration Testing - An Alternative Method to Ground Vibration Testing of Large Aircraft (ID 479)
Marc Böswald, Yves Govers, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Institute of Aeroelasticity, Germany
17:20 In-orbit vibration testing of spacecraft structures (ID 301)
Fabien Poncelet, Gaëtan Kerschen, Jean-Claude Golinval, University of Liège, Belgium
17:45 Modal studies on a truck frame and suspension (ID 304)
Balakumar Swaminathan, Balaji Sharma, Randall J. Allemang, University of Cincinnati, United States
Shashank Chauhan, Brüel & Kjær, Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, Denmark
18:10 Operational Modal Analysis on Structures with Rotating Parts (ID 268)
Niels-Jørgen Jacobsen, Brüel & Kjær, Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, Denmark
Palle Andersen, Structural Vibration Solutions A/S, Denmark


OMA3 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

14:00 OMAX testing of a bow-string and a stress-ribbon footbridge (ID 372)
Edwin Reynders, Daan Degrauwe, Mattias Schevenels, Guido De Roeck, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Peter Van den Broeck, Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven, Belgium
Kristel Deckers, Patrick Guillaume, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Filipe Magalhães, Elsa Caetano, Álvaro Cunha, Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Portugal
14:25 Applicability of low-weight Pneumatic Artificial Muscle Actuators in an OMAX framework (ID 448)
Kristel Deckers, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Tim De Troyer, Erasmushogeschool Brussel, Belgium
Edwin Reynders, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Patrick Guillaume, Dirk Lefeber, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Guido De Roeck, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:50 Experimental modal analysis of a ship structure based on the proper orthogonal decomposition (ID 590)
Riccardo Mariani, Daniele Dessi, Italian Ship Model Basin, Italy
15:15 Application of OMA-EMIF Algorithm to Cable Stayed Bridges (ID 204)
Shashank Chauhan, Brüel & Kjær, Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, Denmark
Arthur J. Helmicki, Victor J. Hunt, J. A. Swanson, J. S. Saini, Scott Kangas, University of Cincinnati, United States
D. K. Nims, University of Toledo, United States
Randall J. Allemang, University of Cincinnati, United States


Session: Parameter estimation

PE1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 Historical Review of Spatial Domain Modal Parameter Estimation Procedures (ID 515)
David Brown, Randall J. Allemang, University of Cincinnati, United States
14:25 Increased Accuracy of Residual-Inertia-Based Rigid Body Identification through Direct Fitting of Inertia Parameters to FRF Data (ID 211)
Robert Kloepper, Masaaki Okuma, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
14:50 Identification of MIMO LPV models based on interpolation (ID 399)
Jan De Caigny, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Juan F. Camino, University of Campinas, Brazil
Jan Swevers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
15:15 A Modal Parameter Identification Method for the Elimination of Support Influences in Experimental Modal Analysis (ID 189)
Chris Valentin, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Dennis de Klerk, Delft University of Technology & Müller-BBM VAS GmbH, Germany
Daniel Rixen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
15:40 Additional Mechanisms for Providing Clear Stabilization (Consistency) Diagrams (ID 517)
Allyn Phillips, Randall J. Allemang, University of Cincinnati, United States


Session: Poster Session

POS1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Viscoelastic Materials for the Attenuation of the Vibrations Produced by Fitness Vibration Machines (ID 429)
J. Segura Alcaraz, J. M. Gadea Borrell, Ernesto Juliá Sanchis, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
M. Roncaglia, PEMARSA, S.A., Spain
13:00 Gear spall detection by non-stationary vibration signal analysis (ID 611)
Gianluca D'Elia, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
S. Delvecchio, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven & Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
G. Dalpiaz, Universita’ degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy
13:00 Investigation of dynamics and reliability of rubber segments for resilent wheel (ID 385)
Ludek Pešek, Ladislav Pust, Miroslav Balda, Frantisek Vanĕk, Jaroslav Svoboda, Pavel Procházka, AS CR Institute of Thermomechanics, Czech Republic
Bohdana Marvalová, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
13:00 Experimental Characterisation of Dry and LubricatedFriction on a Newly Developed Rotational Tribometer forMacroscopic Measurements (ID 394)
Thierry Janssens, Farid Al-Bender, Hendrik Van Brussel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
13:00 Vibration damping in polymer matrix composite systems (ID 410)
Dora Kroisová, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
13:00 Acoustic signal processing and analysis for the byside monitoring station (ID 511)
Jacek Dybala, Szymon Gontarz, Stanislaw Radkowski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
13:00 Response of uncertain coupled vibrating structures by interval analysis (ID 514)
Stefano Gabriele, University ''Roma Tre", Italy
Antonio Culla, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
Giovanni Formica, University ''Roma Tre", Italy
13:00 Active Control of Lateral Vibration for Bogie Using Variable Structure Model Reference Adaptive Control (ID 534)
Ardeshir Karami Mohamadi, Nasim Al-e-Ali, Shahrood University of Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
13:00 Two-directions Vibration Control Using an Impact Damper system (ID 220)
Takaaki Nagashima, Taichi Sato, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
Kihachiro Tanaka, Saitama University, Japan
13:00 Vibration control of high-speed railway bridges using viscoelastic dampers modelled by means of fractional derivatives (ID 302)
Emma Moliner, Jaume I University, Spain
P. Museros, Universidad de Granada, Spain
M. D. Martínez-Rodrigo, Jaume I University, Spain
13:00 Passive energy dissipation systems applied to High-Speed railway bridges: a modal approach (ID 324)
M. D. Martínez-Rodrigo, A. Domenech, Jaume I University, Spain
Jose Lavado, University of Granada, Spain
J. Nasarre, Foundation “Caminos de Hierro”, Spain
13:00 Disturbance attenuation of uncertain beams (ID 114)
Andreas Kyprianou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Cristinel Mares, Brunel University, United Kingdom
13:00 Efficient Acoustic Optimization Using Perturbation Method with Complementary Term (ID 127)
Teppei Terane, Ichiro Hagiwara, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
13:00 The dynamic response of structures with bounded uncertainties (ID 128)
Yuying Xia, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics & University of Bristol, China
Zhiping Qiu, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Michael Friswell, University of Bristol, United Kingdom


POS2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Acoustic characterisation of a CPAP device for the treatment of sleep apnoea (ID 434)
Edoardo Piana, Martino Fisogni, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy
8:50 Optimization of Noise Transmission Loss of Damped Sandwich Structures (ID 435)
Mohamed Guerich, Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Léonard de Vinci, France
Samir Assaf, Ecole Supérieure des Techniques Aéronautiques et de Construction Automobile, France
8:50 Experimental evaluation of sound transmission loss of a double-layered panel containing a fluid (ID 439)
Mohammad J Mahjoob, Behrooz Yousefzadeh, Nader Mohammadi, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
8:50 Modelling and optimization dynamic properties of MRF bearing by using finite element method (ID 445)
Wojciech Klein, Arkadiusz Mezyk, Eugeniusz Switonski, Silesian Technical University, Poland
8:50 Reduction of Gear Pair Transmission Error with Tooth Profile Modification (ID 286)
Raul Tharmakulasingam, Giulio Alfano, M. Atherton, Brunel University, United Kingdom
8:50 Optimization of Child Restraint System with Load Limiter and Airbag using Child FE Human Model in Frontal Crash (ID 303)
Takayuki Koizumi, Nobutaka Tsujiuchi, Jin Kurumisawa, Doshisha University, Japan
8:50 Investigation of dynamic properties of a permanent grandstand using ambient vibration testing (ID 336)
Zainah Ibrahim, University of Malaya, Malaysia
P. Reynolds, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
8:50 Modeling and analysis for the vibration of a planetary gear (ID 338)
Woohyung Kim, Hyungbin Im, Jintai Chung, Hanyang University, Korea, Republic of
8:50 Reconstructing time-varying wind loads from vibration reponses (ID 381)
Eliz-Mari Lourens, Geert Lombaert, Guido De Roeck, Geert Degrande, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
8:50 A combined method of transfer matrix and finite element for critical speed of hollow rotor with high rotary speed (ID 30)
Li Ping, Zuo Jianli, Liu Chengye, Wang Fei, Research Institute of Physical and Chemical Engineering (IPCE), China
8:50 Comparison of international standards for measuring sound power in earthworks’ machines (ID 42)
Jose Antonio Ballesteros, Javier Recuero, Marcos D. Fernández, Samuel Quintana, Isabel González, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
8:50 Effects of the hot alignment of a power unit on oil-whip instability phenomena (ID 53)
Andrea Vania, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
8:50 Acoustic simulation of building spaces by ray-tracing method: prediction vs. experimental results (ID 85)
Mohammad J Mahjoob, S. Malakooti, University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
8:50 Dynamics of a moving oscillator and a truss structure considering separation and reattachment with impact (ID 108)
Luis Baeza, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Huajiang Ouyang, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
8:50 Influence of dynamic characteristics of earthquakes to structural response (ID 134)
Darko Mestrovic, Pende Marijo, University of Zagreb, Croatia


POS3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 Force characterisation of a laser impulse using differential evolution with a local interaction simulation algorithm (ID 555)
Andrew Spencer, Keith Worden, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Gareth Pierce, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
James Hensman, Daley Chetwynd, Wieslaw Staszewski, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
14:00 Input Shaper Design for control of Lumped Flexible Systems using Wave Transfer functions (ID 425)
David Mckeown, William O'Connor, University College Dublin, Ireland
14:00 A structural design process for reducing structure-borne sound on machinery using SEA (ID 468)
Toru Yamazaki, Katsuhiko Kuroda, Shinichi Ohno, Kanagawa University, Japan
14:00 Development of damage diagnosis on a gear tooth surface by using laser beam reflection (ID 486)
Eiichirou Tanaka, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Kazuteru Nagamura, Kiyotaka Ikejo, Tatsurou Sugiyama, Hiroshima University, Japan
Ryozo Nemoto, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering, Japan
14:00 Identification of mechanical properties in brushless permanent magnet motors by means of coil impedance measurement (ID 506)
Tibor Kimpián, Fülöp Augusztinovicz, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
14:00 Inputshaping: a linear programming approach (ID 553)
Lieboud Van den Broeck, Goele Pipeleers, Jan De Caigny, Bram Demeulenaere, Jan Swevers, Joris De Schutter, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:00 A Robust Algorithm to Identify Efficient Driving Points in Experimental Modal Testing (ID 228)
Sara Shayan Amin, Masaaki Okuma, Koji Yamamoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
14:00 Structural Optimization of Distributed Actuation System for Improve an Efficiency of Smart Composite Spar Vibration Damping (ID 193)
Sergey Shevtsov, South Center of Russian Academy, Russian Federation
Arcady Soloviev, Sergey Bragin, South Federal University, Russian Federation
14:00 Adaptive Generation of Eigenmodes for Resonance Systems Using Mutual Entrainment of Nonlinear Oscillator Network (ID 217)
Akio Sera, Masaki Yamakita, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
14:00 Damage detection of shear connectors in composite bridges (ID 369)
Kai Liu, Guido De Roeck, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:00 Experiments on a Smart Double Panel with Active Dampers for the Control of Sound Transmission (ID 33)
Neven Alujevic, Paolo Gardonio, K. D. Frampton, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
14:00 A Component Modal Test Method of Large Space Structures (ID 73)
Masayoshi Misawa, A. Ohara, Shizuoka University, Japan
14:00 Predictive maintenance of ball bearings for machine rotating with arbitrary velocity profiles (ID 179)
Marco Cocconcelli, Cristian Secchi, Riccardo Rubini, Cesare Fantuzzi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Luca Bassi, Tetra Pak Packaging Solutions, Italy


Session: Railway dynamics and ground vibrations

RAIL1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 A parametric study on countermeasures to mitigate subway traffic induced vibration and noise in buildings (ID 345)
Péter Fiala, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Shashank Gupta, Geert Degrande, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Fülöp Augusztinovicz, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
9:15 Identification of nonlinear vibrations in railway vehicles including considerations of track defects (ID 349)
Sönke Kraft, Christine Fünfschilling, SNCF, France
Guillaume Puel, Denis Aubry, MSSMat Laboratory (Ecole Centrale Paris/CNRS), France
9:40 Vibration in piled foundations due to trains in underground railway tunnels (ID 450)
Kirsty Kuo, Hugh Hunt, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
10:05 A 2.5D finite element - boundary element model for vibration isolating screens (ID 366)
Stijn François, Mattias Schevenels, Geert Degrande, Jan Borgions, Brian Thyssen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium


RAIL2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:55 Induced vibrations due to High-Speed Trains on ballast and slab tracks (ID 26)
Pedro Galvín, Antonio Romero, José Domínguez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
11:20 Dynamic model of a railway wheelset for corrugation problem analysis (ID 156)
Paloma Vila, Andrés Rovira, Juan Fayos, Luis Baeza, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
11:45 Wavelet analysis of a solid vibration due to a load moving along a beam resting on a surface (ID 232)
Piotr Koziol, Cristinel Mares, Ibrahim Esat, Brunel University, United Kingdom
12:10 Investigations on the attenuation of squeal noise from a resilient railway wheel by means of piezo-actuators (ID 293)
Alfredo Cigada, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Heinrich Fehren, ERAS GmbH, Germany
Stefano Manzoni, Matteo Redaelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Martin Schiedewitz, Hubertus Siebald, ERAS GmbH, Germany


RAIL3 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

8:50 A study of squeal noise on a scaled test bench (ID 322)
Christophe Collette, Elodie Iparraguirre, Martine Lousberg, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
9:15 An investigation of the possibility to use axle box acceleration for condition monitoring of welds (ID 453)
Marija Molodova, Zili Li, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Rolf Dollevoet, ProRail, Netherlands
9:40 Effect of inclined soil layers on vibration from underground railways (ID 456)
Simon Jones, Hugh Hunt, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
10:05 Lift-Over Crossings as a Solution to Tram-generated Ground-borne Vibration and Re-radiated Noise (ID 474)
James Talbot, Atkins Consultants, United Kingdom
10:30 An Idea to Detect the Environmental Vibration Source Caused by Urban Rail Traffic (ID 583)
Tao Xiaxin, Chen Xianmai, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Shi Lijing, Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China
Cui Gaohang, Zheng Xin, Harbin Institute of Technology, China


Session: Self excited vibrations

SEV1 - Monday September 15, 2008

15:55 Time simulation of squeal phenomena in realistic brake models (ID 259)
Guillaume Vermot des Roches, Etienne Balmès, SDTools & Ecole Centrale Paris, France
Thierry Pasquet, Remi Lemaire, Bosch (Chassis Systems Brakes), France
16:20 Analysis by wavelet transform of friction induced transient nonlinear vibrations in aircraft braking systems (ID 287)
Fabrice Chevillot, Ecole Centrale de Lyon & Messier-Bugatti, France
Jean-Jacques Sinou, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Nicolas Hardouin, Messier-Bugatti, France
Louis Jézéquel, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
16:45 Fuzzy stability analysis of milling processes (ID 186)
Neil Sims, Graeme Manson, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
B. Mann, Duke University, United States
17:10 Subcritical flutter in the acoustics of friction of the spinning rotationally symmetric elastic continua (ID 162)
Oleg Kirillov, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany
17:35 Transonic Limit Cycle Oscillation Prediction From Simulated In-Flight Data (ID 141)
Norizham Abdul Razak, Grigorios Dimitriadis, University of Liège, Belgium


Session: Signal processing

SP1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Hilbert transform decompositions of vibration: application and practical recommendations (ID 76)
Michael Feldman, Technion, Israel
13:25 Synchronization Architectures for Dynamic Signal Acquisition (ID 92)
Kurt Veggeberg, Jack Arnold, National Instruments, United States
13:50 Temporal noise source separation by short time coherence output power (ID 251)
Martin Trethewey, Penn State University, United States
14:15 Understanding Order Tracking Data and Algorithm Limitations (ID 596)
Jason Blough, Michigan Technological University, United States
14:40 Investigating efficiency of time domain curve fitters versus filtering for rectification of displacement histories reconstructed from acceleration measurements (ID 593)
Mahdi Teimouri Sichani, Aalborg University, Denmark
Rune Brincker, Aalborg University & University of Southern Denmark, Denmark


Session: Sound quality engineering

SQE1 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

14:00 Adaptive control schemes for engine sound qualityimprovement (ID 378)
Leopoldo de Oliveira, Bert Stallaert, Wim Desmet, Paul Sas, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Karl Janssens, Herman Van der Auweraer, LMS International, Belgium
14:25 Predictive modeling of audio quality inside car cabins (ID 289)
Guillaume Vandernoot, Peter Van Der Linden, Peter Mas, LMS International, Belgium
Christophe Locqueteau, Eric Leborgne, Renault, France
14:50 Numerical case-study on the development of acoustic equivalent source models for use in sound synthesis methods (ID 413)
Dries Berckmans, Bert Pluymers, Paul Sas, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium


Session: Source localisation - Array techniques

ARR1 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

14:00 Application of decomposition-based technique in NVH source contribution analysis (ID 237)
Dmitri Tcherniak, Andreas Schuhmacher, Brüel & Kjær, Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, Denmark
14:25 Acoustic eyes, a novel sound source localization and monitoring technique with 3D sound probes (ID 144)
Tom Basten, TNO Science and Industry, Netherlands
Hans-Elias de Bree, S. Sadasivan, Microflown Technologies & HAN University, Netherlands
14:50 Optimizing the Number of Measurement Points for Noise Source Identification by Inverse Boundary Element Method (ID 246)
Takayuki Koizumi, Nobutaka Tsujiuchi, Yuka Isome, Doshisha University, Japan
Hiroshi Uehara, YANMER Co., LTD., Japan


Session: Structural damage detection

SDD1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Locating acoustic emission sources in complex structures using Gaussian processes (ID 56)
James Hensman, R. Mills, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Gareth Pierce, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Keith Worden, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
M. Eaton, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
13:25 Observation Matrix and its Optimization in Multidimensional Condition Monitoring - an evolution of the idea - (ID 597)
Czeslaw Cempel, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
13:50 Time-domain identification of damage in skeletal structures using strain measurements and gradient-based optimization (ID 68)
Przemyslaw Kolakowski, Lukasz Jankowski, Andrzej Swiercz, Marcin Wiklo, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Poland
14:15 Damage detection on a multi-cracked beam by parallel genetic algorithms using modal characteristics (ID 79)
Viviana Meruane, Ward Heylen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:40 Nonlinear numerical model for predicting charge conditions on rolling bearings submitted to environmental vibrations (ID 121)
Yves Berthier, INSA Lyon, France
Antonio Culla, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
Francesco Massi, INSA Lyon, France
Jérôme Rocchi, LIEBHERR-AEROSPACE TOULOUSE, France
15:05 Online support vector novelty detection algorithm for turbopump of liquid rocket engine based on vibration signals (ID 213)
Hu Lei, Qin Guojun, Hu Niaoqing, National Univ. of Defense Technology, China
15:30 Comparison of Modal- and Wavelet-Based Damage Indicators (ID 80)
Maik Brehm, Volkmar Zabel, Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany


SDD2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Sensor Fault Detection and Signal Reconstruction using Mutual Information and Kalman Filters (ID 564)
Peter Kraemer, Claus-Peter Fritzen, University of Siegen, Germany
9:15 Fault induction using added masses for structural damage identification (ID 4)
Evangelos Papatheou, Robert Barthorpe, Keith Worden, Graeme Manson, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
9:40 Structural fault identification for a steel plate structure using dynamic properties and compound Neuro-Genetic algorithm (ID 373)
Ali Reza Rahai, Sadegh Kazemi, Ali Fooladi, Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)


SDD3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:30 The Smart Bridge demonstrator: description of the experimental setup (ID 288)
Arnaud Deraemaeker, Mohamed El Ouni, Iulian Romanescu, André Preumont, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
10:55 Experimental and Analytical Modal Analysis of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Composite Structures (ID 493)
Manfred W. Zehn, D. Marinkovic, P. v. Löwis, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
11:20 Damage assessment of a gradually damaged prestressed concrete bridge using static load tests and non-linear vibration characteristic (ID 221)
Markus Waltering, Volker Bungard, S. Maas, A. Zuerbes, D. Waldmann, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Guido De Roeck, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
11:45 Computational Model Updating for Damage Identification in the Time Domain (ID 547)
Michael Link, Matthias Weiland, University of Kassel, Germany
Th. Seckert, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
12:10 Application of Local Stiffness Indicator on Finite Element RC Beam Model with Multiple Cracks (ID 340)
Zubaidah Ismail, E. H. Lee, L. Sinti, Zainah Ibrahim, H. A. Razak, University of Malaya, Malaysia


Session: Structural dynamics: methods and case studies

SD1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 MEMS-based Tuning Fork microgyroscopes: Dynamical response and functional design (ID 343)
Leonardo Soria, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Elena Pierro, DIMeG-Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Giuseppe Carbone, Tommaso Contursi, Luigi Mangialardi, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
13:25 Identification of the extensional stiffness matrix of composite materials using modal analysis and numerical methods (ID 172)
Fabiano Bianchini Batista, Éder Lima Albuquerque, José Roberto de França Arruda, Milton Dias Jr., University of Campinas, Brazil
13:50 Stochastic identification of temperature effects on the dynamics of a smart composite beam: assessment of multi-model and global approaches (ID 125)
John Hios, Spilios Fassois, University of Patras, Greece
14:15 Evaluation of an Hybrid POD Formulation for Responses under Prescribed Displacements (ID 117)
Antoine Placzek, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab & CNAM, France
Duc-Minh Tran, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab, France
Roger Ohayon, CNAM, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France
14:40 Computation of the free surface of a liquid with surface tension for any tank geometry (ID 113)
Mahdi El-kamali, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab & CNAM, France
Jean-Sébastien Schotté, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab, France
Roger Ohayon, CNAM, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France


SD2 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

8:50 Dynamic measurement of structural properties: wave-correlation applied to sandwich structures with honeycomb cores (ID 248)
Olivier Bareille, Mohammed Ichchou, LTDS, France
9:15 Characterization of tractive, inertial rolling dynamics (ID 432)
Kris De Moerlooze, Farid Al-Bender, Hendrik Van Brussel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
9:40 Conveying of granular material using a periodically forced oscillator with dry friction (ID 70)
Elspeth Wood, Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Mike Stonnell, Muhammad Zaid, University of Northampton, United Kingdom
Rod Hollis, Arnott Conveyors Ltd, United Kingdom
10:05 Wire rope isolators: An experimental inquiry into their structure borne sound properties (ID 621)
Leif Kari, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
S. Hägerstrand, Vibratec Akustikprodukter, Sweden


SD3 - Wednesday September 17, 2008

10:55 Thermally Induced Torsional Oscillations of an Inflatable Space Antenna Truss (ID 433)
Armaghan Salehian, University of Waterloo, Canada
Daniel Inman, Virginia Tech, United States
11:20 Vibration Considerations in the Design of an Ultrasonic Driller/Corer for Planetary Rock Sampling (ID 507)
Patrick Harkness, Andrea Cardoni, Margaret Lucas, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
11:45 Numerical and experimental analysis of a square bistable plate (ID 542)
Alex Carrella, Michael Friswell, A. Pirrera, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Guglielmo Aglietti, University of Southampton, United Kingdom


Session: Substructuring and coupling

SC1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:55 Simulation of the transient dynamic behaviour of an aircraft gearbox by CMS (ID 187)
Gabriele Melani, Costantino Carmignani, S. Celi, Paola Forte, University of Pisa, Italy
Giovanni Di Carlo, AVIO S.p.A., Italy
11:20 Parametric study of forces applied to a host structure by a vibratory component (ID 264)
Vincent Martin, CNRS, France
Saül Mapagha, Marie-Hélène Moulet, CEVAA, France
11:45 Modal synthesis using accelerated modal summations (ID 273)
Jean-Marie Lagache, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
Samir Assaf, Ecole Supérieure des Techniques Aéronautiques et de Construction Automobile, France
Olivier Sauvage, PSA Peugeot Citro\"en, France
12:10 Model reduction applied to multi-stage assemblies of bladed disks (ID 292)
Arnaud Sternchüss, Ecole Centrale Paris, France
Etienne Balmès, SDTools & Ecole Centrale Paris, France
P. Jean, J.-P. Lombard, Snecma (Safran Group), France


Session: Transfer path analysis and source identification

TPA1 - Monday September 15, 2008

15:30 Operational Path Analysis: a critical review (ID 402)
Karl Janssens, Peter Gajdatsy, Herman Van der Auweraer, LMS International, Belgium
15:55 Investigation of volume velocity source based on two-microphone method for measuring vibro-acoustic transfer functions (ID 412)
Andreas Schuhmacher, Brüel & Kjær, Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, Denmark
16:20 Hybrid Simulation Method for Powerplant “In-Vehicle” Noise Source Quantification (ID 365)
Mario Felice, Takeshi Abe, Ford Motor Company, United States
A. Selmane, D. Von Werne, LMS International, Belgium
16:45 Challenges and New Solutions for Transfer Path Analysis (ID 543)
Stephan Brandl, Hans-Herwig Priebsch, ACC Acoustic Competence Center, Austria
F. Brandl, W. Biermayer, AVL List GmbH, Austria
R. Höldrich, A. Sontacchi, IEM Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, Austria
17:10 A novel path contribution analysis method for test-based NVH troubleshooting (ID 403)
Karl Janssens, Peter Mas, Peter Gajdatsy, Ludo Gielen, Herman Van der Auweraer, LMS International, Belgium
17:35 Identification of Excitation Force by Apparent-Mass Matrix Approach (ID 281)
Shigeyuki Kobayashi, Takuya Yoshimura, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan


Session: Uncertainties in structural dynamics and acoustics

UNC1 - Monday September 15, 2008

15:30 Bayesian identification and updating of uncertain modal parameters in the frequency domain (ID 254)
Erliang Zhang, Jérôme Antoni, Pierre Feissel, University of technology of Compiègne, France
15:55 Experimental identification in the ultrasonic range of a mechanical model for cortical bones (ID 242)
Christophe Desceliers, Christian Soize, Université Paris-Est, France
Quentin Grimal, Maryline Talmant, Université Paris 6, France
Salah Naili, Université Paris-Est, France
16:20 Bayesian Sensitivity Analysis of a Large Nonlinear Model (ID 370)
Will Becker, Jen Rowson, Jeremy Oakley, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Alaster Yoxall, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Graeme Manson, Keith Worden, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
16:45 Deviatoric component modes in an interval component mode synthesis procedure (ID 616)
Hilde De Gersem, David Moens, Wim Desmet, Dirk Vandepitte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
17:10 Numerical assessment of booming noise intra variability through a hierarchical approach (ID 411)
Roberto Scigliano, Renault S.A.S. & Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France
Pascal Lardeur, Renault S.A.S. & University of technology of Compiègne, France
17:35 A Spectral Stochastic Finite Element Method for Modal Analysis of structures with uncertain materials properties (ID 526)
Jalaa Ahmad, Philippe Bressolette, Alaa Chateauneuf, LaMI, UBP & IFMA, France


UNC2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Identification of a sound-insulation layer modelled by fuzzy structure theory - Experimental validation (ID 27)
Charles Fernandez, Université Paris-Est & PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
Christian Soize, Université Paris-Est, France
Laurent Gagliardini, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
9:15 Interdependency quantification for the 2D-Outputs of fuzzy Systems (ID 35)
Oliviero Giannini, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
Michael Hanss, University of Stuttgart, Germany
9:40 Reanalysis-based FEM for fuzzy uncertainty treatment in static structural analysis (ID 617)
Laszlo Farkas, David Moens, Dirk Vandepitte, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
10:05 Structural sensitivity analysis based on a hybrid parametric and non-parametric approach (ID 94)
Delphine Mengus, Morvan Ouisse, Scott Cogan, FEMTO-ST Institute, France
Xavier Lefebvre, SNECMA Moteurs, France


UNC3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

10:55 Dynamic assessment of a lift cabin design subject to epistemic modelling uncertainties (ID 241)
Inge Isasa , U. Arteche, Ikerlan S. Coop., Spain
M. Tanco, E. Viles, TECNUN Universidad de Navarra, Spain
Scott Cogan, FEMTO-ST Institute, France
David Moens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
11:20 Low- and medium-frequency vibroacoustic analysis of complex structures using a statistical computational model and an energy density field formulation (ID 90)
Morad Kassem, Université Paris-Est & PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
Christian Soize, Université Paris-Est, France
Laurent Gagliardini, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
11:45 Stochastic identification of structural dynamics from multiple experiments - experimental variability analysis (ID 131)
Paul Michaelides, Spilios Fassois, University of Patras, Greece
12:10 Assessment of uncertainty of experimentally obtained modal parameters (ID 231)
Krzysztof Mendrok, Lukasz Pieczonka, Tadeusz Uhl, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland


UNC4 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 Time domain energy response of uncertain structures (ID 589)
Francesca Magionesi, INSEAN, Italy
Antonio Carcaterra, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
14:25 An adaptive Kriging based optimisation algorithm for interval and fuzzy FRF analysis (ID 615)
Maarten De Munck, David Moens, Wim Desmet, Dirk Vandepitte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:50 Sensitivity of decoupling techniques to uncertainties in the properties (ID 103)
Walter D'Ambrogio, Università dell'Aquila, Italy
Annalisa Fregolent, University of Rome ``la Sapienza", Italy
15:15 Application of a Modal Stability Procedure (MSP) to the frequency response analysis of finite element systems with variability (ID 551)
Luigi Martini, University of technology of Compiègne, France
Pascal Lardeur, Renault S.A.S. & University of technology of Compiègne, France
Etienne Arnoult, University of technology of Compiègne, France


Session: Underwater and ship acoustics

UND1 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

16:05 A cost effective system for light acoustic signature assessment of surface vessels (ID 428)
Alessandro Pescetto, CETENA S.p.A., Italy
Ottavio Pinto, Cesare Tarditi, FINCANTIERI, Italy
16:30 A Coupled DBE/FE Analysis for the Prediction of Propeller Induced Pressure and Vibration on the Ship Hull (ID 497)
Carlo Annicchiarico, CETENA S.p.A., Italy
Maria Paola Salio, Michele Viviani, University of Genoa, Italy
16:55 Sound Radiation from a Submarine due to Propeller Forces Transmitted via the Shaft and Fluid to the Hull (ID 536)
Roger Kinns, Sascha Merz, Nicole Kessissoglou, The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia
17:20 Mixed finite element method and applications to dynamic analysis of fluid-structure interaction systems subject to earthquake, explosion and impact loads (ID 562)
Jing Tang Xing, Ye Ping Xiong, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
17:45 Comparison of AVAST and BASIS-3D Target Strength Predictions (ID 586)
Layton Gilroy, DRDC Atlantic, Canada
Robert Gragg, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
18:10 Acoustic Modelling of Underwater Communication Links (ID 587)
Xueshan Bao, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Jens Hovem, Norwegian University of Science and Technology & SINTEF-ICT, Norway


Session: Vehicle dynamics

Session: Vehicle noise and vibration (NVH)

NVH1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Identification of NOE models for a continuously variable semi-active damper (ID 427)
Maarten Witters, Jan Swevers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
13:25 A Contact Solver Suitable for Finite Elements (ID 282)
J. H. Schutte, Ysbrand Wijnant, André de Boer, University of Twente, Netherlands
13:50 Three-dimensional Ring Model for the Prediction of the Tyre Structural Dynamic Behaviour (ID 473)
Peter Kindt, Paul Sas, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
14:15 Simulated and measured Influence of Engine Mount Positions and Design on NVH-Behavior (ID 12)
Hansjörg Maier, personal research, Germany
14:40 Vibro-acoustic analysis and optimization of an engine clutch cover (ID 188)
Paolo Badalassi, Costantino Carmignani, Paola Forte, University of Pisa, Italy
Pietro Vaccarino, Piaggio S.p.A., Italy


NVH2 - Monday September 15, 2008

15:30 NVH Challenges from tomorrow's Powertrains (ID 463)
Christoph Meier, Daimler AG, Germany
15:55 Multi-disciplinary Optimization of a vehicle spot weld layout under durability and NVH constraints (ID 491)
Roberto d'Ippolito, LMS Italiana, Italy
Rosario Raniolo, Mauro Olivero, Maurizio Meneguzzo, Vincenzo Puleo, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Italy
Stijn Donders, Michael Hack, LMS International, Germany
16:20 Computational Model Updating of Structural Damping and Acoustic Absorption for Coupled Fluid-Structure-Analyses of Passenger Cars (ID 492)
Carsten Schedlinski, Falk Wagner, ICS Engineering GmbH, Germany
Klaus Bohnert, Porsche AG, Germany
Michael Küsel, Dirk Clasen, Volkswagen AG, Germany
Christian Stein, BMW AG, Germany
Christian Glandier, Daimler AG, Germany
Michael Kaufmann, Audi AG, Germany
Emiel Tijs, Microflown Technologies, Netherlands
16:45 Quantification of airborne and structure borne engine noise in a coach under real operating conditions (ID 16)
Quentin Leclère, Goran Pavic, INSA Lyon, France
Laurent Bleandonu, Sebastien Greffe, Irisbus, France
17:10 “Powertrains are lightly damped” – fact or friction (ID 192)
Andrew Guzzomi, Brian Stone, University of Western Australia, Australia
17:35 CAE Technologies for Efficient Vibro-Acoustic Vehicle Design Modification and Optimization (ID 475)
Stijn Donders, Luc Hermans, Edith Nauwelaerts, Shinnosuke Chojin, LMS International, Belgium
Bert Pluymers, Wim Desmet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
18:00 Application of Genetic Algorithm Optimization Method (GA) In Improvement of a Passenger Car Ride Quality (ID 13)
Ahmad Mohammadpanah, Automotive Industries Research center of Iran, SAIPA, Iran (Islamic Republic of)


NVH3 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

8:50 Observation of Ground Effects on Snowmobile Pass-by Noise Testing (ID 317)
Brandon Dilworth, Jason Blough, Michigan Technological University, United States
9:15 An analysis of the relative influence of structure borne and airborne noise into the habitacle of a road vehicle prototype having independent sources (ID 320)
Eduardo Bauzer Medeiros, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Gustavo Guimarães, Fiat Automóveis S.A., Brazil
9:40 Simulations and testing approach for 4WD Powertrain vibration reduction (ID 161)
Mansinh Kumbhar, Vishal Chaudhari, Rajkumar Bhagate, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., India


Session: Vibro-acoustic modelling and prediction

VAM1 - Monday September 15, 2008

13:00 Presentation of an Efficient Method for Solving Large Coupled Vibro-Acoustic Systems including Porous Elastic Components (ID 40)
Julien Monet-Descombey, Olivier Thuong, Charles Zhang, Renault S.A.S., France
Mohamed Ali Hamdi, University of technology of Compiègne, France
13:25 An enhanced modal approach for random vibro-acoustics (ID 275)
Benoit Van den Nieuwenhof, Gregory Lielens, Jean-Pierre Coyette, Free Field Technologies S.A., Belgium
13:50 Performance-based optimisation method for radiated sound power in a coupled system (ID 116)
Xabier Sagartzazu, Juan Manuel Pagalday, Ikerlan S. Coop., Spain
Luis Hervella-Nieto, Universidade da Coruña, Spain
14:15 Study on Interior and Exterior Vibroacoustic Analysis for Launch Sites and Spacecraft (ID 261)
Takashi Takahashi, Keiichi Murakami, Takashi Aoyama, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
14:40 Comparison of Robust CMS Methods for Damped Vibroacoustic Problems (ID 230)
Quang Hung Tran, Morvan Ouisse, Noureddine Bouhaddi, FEMTO-ST Institute, France
15:05 Analysis to acoustic characteristic of Newly developed Core panels Based on Geometric Plane Tilings and Space Fillings (ID 331)
Kazuya Saito, Taketoshi Nojima, H. Morimura, Ichiro Hagiwara, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan


VAM2 - Tuesday September 16, 2008

14:00 On solving the Helmholtz equation in terms of amplitude and phase (ID 253)
Ysbrand Wijnant, Andre de Boer, University of Twente, Netherlands
14:25 A finite element for viscothermal wave propagation (ID 104)
Ronald Kampinga, Ysbrand Wijnant, André de Boer, University of Twente, Netherlands
14:50 Efficient analysis of large trimmed configurations using modal approaches (ID 276)
Benoit Van den Nieuwenhof, Gregory Lielens, Jean-Pierre Coyette, Fabien Acher, Diego d'Udekem, Free Field Technologies S.A., Belgium
15:15 Sound wave propagation modelling in the presence of a noise barrier: a comparison between analytical and numerical solutions (ID 443)
Pierre Yannick Nkoumou, Tanguy Mertens, Philippe Bouillard, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium


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