With EVs accounting for an increasing proportion of supplier and OEM product-development investment, what are the new vistas in NVH abatement? Modern methods for combating NVH issues include “adding” sound, which has emerged as an attractive technique to counter some specific NVH challenges, as well as many others. This 60-minute Webinar from the editors of Automotive Engineering will present evolving methods for addressing various aspects of EV NVH – and examine how ever-advancing simulation methods promise new possibilities for assessing and countering NVH issues in EVs.
- Automotive sound design
- NVH software and driving simulators
- Exterior and interior noise
- Renewed importance of buzz, squeak, and rattle (BSR) testing
- Changes in vehicle drive-by noise regulatory requirements
- Key parameters of interest with these tests in the lab/track environments
An audience Q&A session will follow the technical presentations.
Dave Bogema, Senior Director, VI-grade
Dave Bogema is the Senior Director of Product Management at VI-grade, where he is responsible for all VI-grade products and solutions. Prior to this role, he spent 28 years working as an NVH engineer, consultant, and technical specialist in automotive sound and vibration. Dave has worked with NVH Simulator solutions for More than 15 years as a technical expert and product manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a focus on noise, vibration, and engines.
Rich Byczek, Global Technical Director, Intertek
Rich Byczek is the Global Technical Director of Transportation Technologies at Intertek. He has more than 25 years of experience in product development and validation testing, with 20 spent at Intertek. Rich is experienced in the areas of energy storage, audio equipment, EMC testing, and quality management systems. As Intertek’s global technical lead for electric vehicle and energy storage, he sits on several SAE, IEC, UL, and ANSI standards panels. Rich holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Lawrence Technological University.
Jeffrey Pruetz, Manager, FEV North America
Jeffrey Pruetz is responsible for leading the vehicle integration team including NVH development and testing for battery electric, hybrid, fuel cell, and combustion vehicles in North America. During his more than 15-year career, Jeffrey has held several positions supporting NVH activities in simulation and testing. He has been instrumental in expanding FEV's technical capabilities and expertise in the areas of vehicle and powertrain NVH, transmission, and electric drive system development. Jeffrey holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan Technological University, with a focus on noise and vibration.
Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group