NVH Simulation Software
Brüel & Kjær partner with VI-grade to provide a complete range of NVH software and simulation for vehicle noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), that covers the entire process from investigation, analysis and troubleshooting. From source-receiver path analysis to NVH sound simulation and design, we deliver world-leading NVH test solutions giving you the ability to test and optimize your vehicle performance effectively.
Interactive driving simulation of vehicle noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), from desktop PC software to complete installations in actual vehicles.
Source Path Contribution Software
Software for understanding source path contribution (transfer path contribution), meaning how sound and vibration arrive at a passenger from analyzing the transfer paths taken from individual vibroacoustic sources.
VSound - Vehicle Sound Evaluation System
VSound is a vehicle sound‐generating system for experiencing new sounds from both a vehicle interior and exterior perspective. Its designed for the purpose of in-vehicle virtual NVH prototype evaluation.
Exterior Sound Simulator is designed to experience the exterior sound of a moving vehicle from the perspective of a pedestrian.
Sound simulation software, SimSound, connects with diverse driving simulators, and generates highly authentic and dynamic vehicle sound simulation.
For replay and interaction with noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) source path analysis data, and data from CAE analyses.
Insight+ enables the total experience of NVH data ‐ creating sounds directly from CAE models that NVH engineers can listen to and experience. The CAE model data can be combined with test data to create an immersive, realistic environment.
The CAE Auditioner software converts data and files from common CAE design programs for use in the VI-grade vehicle NVH simulators and Insight simulation products. Once the CAE design data is incorporated into these simulation products, engineers, CAE analysts and non-experts can listen to and feel the NVH consequences of CAE design decisions in the full context of the vehicle.