Modeling Vibration in the Built Environment with COMSOL® Webinar

Sep 28, 20172:00 PM - 3:00 PM BST

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If you want to learn about simulating vibration in the built environment, then tune into this webinar with Murray Snaith of Xi Engineering Consultants.

Structural response to vibration is an important part of the architectural and structural design process, as the response can be critical to the overall success of a building.

In this webinar, we will discuss how the COMSOL Multiphysics® software can be used to simulate the dynamic response of buildings. We will also discuss the effect of external and environmental vibrations on a structure and how these vibrations can be modeled. During a live demonstration, you will see how a frequency response analysis can be used to predict vibration levels in a converted classroom that is used to house sensitive lab equipment.

You can ask questions at the end of the webinar during the Q&A session.

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Webinar Details

Sep 28, 2017 | 2:00 PM BST (UTC+01:00)


Murray Snaith
Xi Engineering Consultants Murray Snaith is the resident expert for buildings and structures at Xi Engineering Consultants and has worked on improving the acoustics and vibrations in buildings of all shapes and sizes. With a background in mechanical engineering, Murray is a member of the IMechE and IoA and works as one of the lead project engineers at Xi. His experience covers all aspects of noise and vibration and he regularly hosts CPD events on noise and vibration in the built environment. Murray is a team player and works closely with his clients to deliver robust engineering solutions, such as planning and design validation as well as project implementation and completion.
Edmund Dickinson
COMSOL Ltd. Edmund Dickinson has worked at COMSOL since 2012 as an application engineer, specializing in chemistry, heat transfer, and fluid flow. He studied chemistry at the University of Oxford and received his doctorate in 2011, researching the electrochemical properties of electrolyte solutions.