Virtual Marine Arsenal

Statistical Energy Analysis Method

The statistical energy analysis (SEA) method was introduced in 1960’s as a means with which to predict the vibro-acoustic response of rocket payloads subjected to broadband excitation during launch. Since then its use has become widespread and it is currently  used in a multitude o f different applications ranging from shipboard noise to automobile acoustics.

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SEA | Vibration and Flow Noise

AutoSEA2 is a statis­tical energy analysis code. It provides a mapping between the actual shape of a region of the real system being modeled and the library of “ideal” SEA subsystems for which the statistical dynamic formulations are known.

Operating System(s):
  • Windows
License: Commercial

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