Wim Desmet mostly deals with Finite element method, Algorithm, Vibration, Structural engineering and Control theory. In general Finite element method study, his work on Trefftz method often relates to the realm of Rate of convergence, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Wim Desmet has included themes like Acoustic source localization, Parametric statistics, Wave function, Interval and Aeroacoustics in his Algorithm study.
The subject of his Vibration research is within the realm of Acoustics. The Structural engineering study combines topics in areas such as Interior noise, Robustness and Noise, vibration, and harshness. His study in Control theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Displacement and Reduction.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Acoustics, Finite element method, Control theory, Structural engineering and Control engineering. He combines subjects such as Electronic engineering and Metamaterial with his study of Acoustics. His Metamaterial study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Stopband.
His Finite element method research incorporates themes from Mathematical analysis, Interval, Applied mathematics, Algorithm and Mechanics. His Control theory research includes elements of Modal and Reduction.
Acoustics, Finite element method, Metamaterial, Control theory and Vibration are his primary areas of study. His work is dedicated to discovering how Acoustics, Resonator are connected with Attenuation and other disciplines. His Finite element method study is concerned with Structural engineering in general.
His Metamaterial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dispersion, Sound transmission class and Stopband. His Control theory research integrates issues from Estimator and Inverse. Wim Desmet specializes in Vibration, namely Noise, vibration, and harshness.
Finite element method, Control theory, Acoustics, Metamaterial and Vibration are his primary areas of study. Structural engineering covers he research in Finite element method. His research investigates the connection with Control theory and areas like Estimator which intersect with concerns in Slip and Vehicle dynamics.
His studies in Acoustics integrate themes in fields like Resonator and Substructure. His Metamaterial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diamond, Stopband, Crystal structure, Dispersion and Anisotropy. His Vibration research incorporates elements of Encoder, Electronic engineering and Transducer.
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A wave-based prediction technique for coupled vibro- acoustic analysis
Ph. D. dissertation, K.U. Leuven (1998)
Trefftz-Based Methods for Time-Harmonic Acoustics
B. Pluymers;B. van Hal;D. Vandepitte;W. Desmet.
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering (2007)
Stable force identification in structural dynamics using Kalman filtering and dummy-measurements
Frank Naets;Javier Cuadrado;Wim Desmet.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (2015)
On the potential of tuned resonators to obtain low-frequency vibrational stop bands in periodic panels
Claus C. Claeys;Karel Vergote;Paul Sas;Wim Desmet.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2013)
Multibody modelling of varying complexity for modal behaviour analysis of wind turbine gearboxes
Jan Helsen;Frederik Vanhollebeke;Ben Marrant;Dirk Vandepitte.
Renewable Energy (2011)
Application of the transmissibility concept in transfer path analysis
P. Gajdatsy;K. Janssens;Wim Desmet;H. Van der Auweraer.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (2010)
A lightweight vibro-acoustic metamaterial demonstrator: Numerical and experimental investigation
Claus Claeys;Elke Deckers;Bert Pluymers;Wim Desmet.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (2016)
Active control of sound transmission through a double panel partition
Paul Sas;Chaoeng Bao;Fulop Augusztinovicz;Wim Desmet.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (1995)
A computationally efficient prediction technique for the steady-state dynamic analysis of coupled vibro-acoustic systems
W. Desmet;B. van Hal;P. Sas;D. Vandepitte.
Advances in Engineering Software (2002)
OPAX: A new transfer path analysis method based on parametric load models
Karl Janssens;Peter Gajdatsy;Ludo Gielen;Peter Mas.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (2011)
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