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Stochastic finite element method in vibroacoustic analysis
Stochastische Finite-Elemente-Methode in der Vibroakustik

Course 0000003548 in SS 2019

General Data

Course Type lecture
Semester Weekly Hours 2 SWS
Organisational Unit Chair of Vibro-Acoustics of Vehicles and Machines (Prof. Marburg)
Lecturers Kian K. Sepahvand
Responsible/Coordination: Steffen Marburg

Assignment to Modules

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additional remarks Introduction to theory of vibroacoustics and structural vibration Introduction to uncertainty quantification methods Introduction to random variables and probability theory Sampling and non-sampling based FEM Karhunen–Loève and polynomial chaos expansions Intrusive and non-intrusive vibroacoustics FEM Collocation-based vibroacoustics FEM Random parameter identification in vibroacoustics FEM
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