Eliminate Failures of Space Structures by Improving Vibro-Acoustic Performance

Check new webinar of MSC Software products – MSC Actran webinar.

Date –

Tuesday, February 28, 2017, Time – 3:00 pm, GMT Time (London, GMT)
Tuesday, February 28, 2017, Time – 10:00 am, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)
Tuesday, February 28, 2017, Time – 4:00 pm, Europe Time (Paris, GMT+01:00)

Speaker –

Presented by: Romain Baudson, Senior Application Engineer, FFT
Webinar Host: Dr. Srinivas Reddy, Sr. Product Marketing Manager

Cost – Free

Link – Eliminate Failures of Space Structures by Improving Vibro-Acoustic Performance

Details –

You are invited to attend this webinar for an overview of Actran’s capabilities in modeling vibro-acoustic problems in space applications. An innovative and efficient approach to evaluate the influence of design uncertainties will also be discussed. A live demonstration of the diffuse sound field wizard will be performed and industrial case studies will be presented.


About webinar –

  • Vibro-Acoustic capabilities of Actran
  • Methodology and techniques for analyzing vibro-acoustics of space applications
  • Pre & post-processing capabilities of Actran/VI, GUI of Actran software

Following the presentation, you will be able to join in a live Q&A to have your specific questions answered.


Intense acoustic loads during take-off can damage payloads, launchers’ equipment and even the spacecraft launcher structure. It is therefore crucial to ensure the durability of spacecraft components under vibro-acoustic loads, along with the influence of uncertainties early in the design phase.

About Actran


Actran software suite, based on the finite element method, is currently used by engineers worldwide to improve both acoustic performances of their products and the efficiency of the development process. Actran is perfectly suited for studying vibro-acoustic response of spacecraft equipment and payloads.


Actran, the acoustic simulation solution from MSC Software, allows assessment of the influence of launch acoustic excitation on spacecraft structures early in the design process. The new diffuse sound field wizard for aerospace industry offers guidance with model creation improving productivity of new and experienced users alike.