Transfer Path Analysis (TPA) is a method established in many acoustic departments for separating and quantifying the contributions of different sources and coupling positions of airborne and structure-borne sound. The results obtained can be used to derive targeted sound- and vibration-reducing measures within the product development process. As an efficient engineering tool, the TPA method is becoming increasingly important in the product development process as the transmission of sound and vibrations in structures can be visualized.
In recent years, numerous variants of the TPA method have been developed. In this seminar we will give you an overview of the different methods and their application background. Examples from the automotive, ship-building and railway industry will be used to illustrate applications of the methods in the development process, such as OTPA or Blocked-Force TPA. For further details, please refer to the program.