In this thesis, we present numerical techniques for analyzing vibro-acoustic problems that emerge from the coupling of elastic structures with fluid domains. The main analysis tool used for numerical modelling is the Finite Element Technique (FEM). By using FEM, the goal of our research was to either improve the already available techniques or propose new ones for problems involving this type of coupling. The thesis is divided into two main topics/parts which can be followed independently.
|Award date||9 Mar 2020|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- component mode synthesis
- model order reduction