Learn what lies behind acoustic management for vehicles.
Be your own acoustic expert and master how to bring driving comfort to your vehicle.
Build the perfect car sound package with Acoustic Garage, Autoneum’s new acoustic configurator. Select a vehicle type. Choose the engine. Tailor acoustics to your liking.
is fast, free and easy.
Acoustic Garage guides you step by step from the basics of acoustic development to advanced customizations, all thanks to Autoneum’s latest simulation methods. Best of all: Use it for free!
Define your sound package in only five steps.
Select a vehicle body.
Choose between a hatchback and an SUV.
Add a powertrain.
Either your car is equipped with a combustion engine or it runs on battery power.
Use preset sound packages.
Compare the acoustic performance between specifically designed sound packages.
Customize part performance.
Adjust the features of various Autoneum components and technologies to your liking.
Create individual sound signatures.
Review, compare and share multiple sound packages.
Make the car as light as possible while optimizing noise protection – it’s all in your hand.
Discover Autoneum’s latest technologies, customize the acoustic package and see how it performs compared to the proposed presets.
Come back again
When you have selected the package of your choice, generate the report in real time with Autoneum’s simulation software and find out about the performance benefit it achieved. Save and share with your colleagues instantly with one click.
And if you want to come back later and have another try, you can do that as well. Acoustic Garage stores all your reports. You only have to register your email address to call up your previous configurations.
Behind the scenes
Find out how Acoustic Garage works.
Acoustic Garage is based on a set of complex simulation tools that Autoneum has developed in-house. The software then analyzes the acoustic performance of the components and the vehicle configured by you in real time.
Using the part’s computer-aided design (CAD) data, Autoneum’s VisualSISAB software generates a 2D thickness distribution from the 3D part geometry.
A Transfer Matrix Method (TMM) calculation is then applied for each layer of material.
The part’s acoustic performance (transmission loss and absorption) is deduced by combining each layer’s respective performance.
Now, it is up to you to choose the best compromise of acoustic performance versus design constraints (i.e. weight, coverage area, pass-throughs).
Starting from the vehicle’s computer-aided design (CAD) data, a topological model of the vehicle is created and imported into Autoneum’s REVAMP software. This model is the framework of the Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) calculation. REVAMP uses this methodology.
The SEA model is a three-dimensional arrangement of entities (panels and cavities) that represent the physical subsystems of the vehicle with associated acoustical properties. These are necessary to evaluate the energy exchange throughout the vehicle.
For the SEA model to be fully representative of an actual vehicle, external noise impinging on the vehicle under normal driving conditions must be applied.
Additionally, areas where expected leakages may occur (grommets and door seals), are also implemented into the model.
By combining the resulting parts performance (calculated with VisualSISAB) with the SEA model, Autoneum can predict the expected Sound Pressure Level (SPL) at various locations inside the vehicle.