A sound understanding of the advanced materials used in innovative products is essential for fast and responsive product development. Our range of materials testing solutions accurately characterize the mechanical and acoustic properties of new and innovative materials and components, which in turn feeds simulation models, allows comparison between different samples and helps to improve existing products.
Our mechanical materials testing solution uses digital image correlation (DIC) to precisely determine mechanical properties for any type of material, from concrete to polymers, from metals to composite. Our acoustic materials testing solution measures sound absorption and sound transmission loss with tube or our room-based testing. Accurate identification of properties of new and innovative materials increases the accuracy and reliability of simulation models based on quantified results and enables faster and more responsive development cycles.
How to identify acoustic material testing properties
This webinar explains how to efficiently characterize the acoustic properties of materials and components using acoustic material testing techniques such as the classical tube and room methods, but also alfa-cabin, intensity-based and in-situ methods.