From the left: Gregor Tanner (University of Nottingham), Timo Hartmann (University of Nottingham) and Satoshi Moriata (Yanmar R&D Europe).
A group of Wamo members lead by Prof. Gregor Tanner participated at the 2018 Leuven Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering (ISMA), which has been held from 17 till 19 September in Leuven, Belgium.
The following papers were given with coauthors from WAMO (speakers in bold):
- Morita, S., Hartmann, T., and Tanner, G., ‘Dynamical energy analysis modelling by using transfer path analysis’, Yanmar R&D Europe.
- Malik, M. K., Chronopoulos, D., Tanner, G., Essa, Y., and de la Escalera Cutillas, F., ‘A fast and efficient approach for simulating ultrasonic waves and their interaction with defects in periodic structures’, University of Nottingham.
- Mohammed, N. M., Creagh, S., Tanner, G., and Chappell, D., ‘Tunnelling corrections to wave transmissions on shell structures’, University of Nottingham.