Table of Contents
Preface. Theory. Some Perspectives on Wave-Mode Duality in SEA; R.S. Langley. Wavelength Scale Effects on Energy Propagation in Structures; A. Carcaterra. On the Validity Domain of Some High Frequency Energy Models; A. Bocquillet, et al. Some Energy Relations for Mechanical Systems; Y.I. Bobrovnitskii. The Energetic Mean Mobility Approach (EMMA); G. Orefice, et al. Irregularity, Damping and Coupling Strength in S.E.A.; B.R. Mace, P.J. Shorter. An Approach to the Statistical Energy Analysis of Strongly Coupled Systems; R.G. DeJong. The Energy Flow Equation of Continuum Dynamics; J.T. Xing, W.G. Price. A Note on Conservative and Non-Conservative Coupling; C.R. Fredö. Predictive SEA Using the Line Wave Impedances; K.H. Heron. Statistical Energy Analysis of Beams which are Line-Connected to Plates; P.G. Bremner, T.E. Burton. Vibrational Energy Flows Between Two Plates Forming an 'L'-Shape and Joined by Compliant and Dissipative Couplings; M. Beshara, A.J. Keane. SEA Coupling Factors for Regular and Irregular Structures; J.E. Manning. Prediction of Structure Borne Sound of Low Modal Density Structure by Using SEA; I. Honda, K. Ohta. Power-Flow Analysis of Quasi-One-Dimensional Systems with Distributed Coupling; M. Blakemore, J. Woodhouse. The Estimation of Dynamic Stress and Strain in Beams, Plates and Shells Using Strain-Velocity Relationships; D.G. Karczub, M.P. Norton. Statistical Energy Analysis of Parametric Resonance in Structural Members; A.K. Belyaev. Experimental Techniques. On the External Input Power Into Coupled Structures; G. Maidanik, J. Dickey. Statistical Energy Analysis in View of Shastic Modal Analysis; H.J. Pradlwarter, G.I. Schuëller. Input Power Modulation Method; K.-O. Lundberg.An Indicator of Coupling Strength Between SEA Subsystems; F.J. Fahy, P.P. James. On the Calculation of Confidence Levels of the Experimentally Derived Internal and Coupling Loss Factors; L. Hermans, et al. Applications. The Practical Implementation of SEA; N. Lalor. Application of Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) to the Development of a Light Truck Sound Package; X. Huang, et al. Predicting Noise Transmission in a Truck Cabin Using the Statistical Energy Analysis Approach; G. Borello. Statistical Energy Analysis of Fluid-Filled Pipes; S. Finnveden. SEA for Predicting the Efficiency of Noise Reduction Solutions Applied to an Air Conditioner Unit; A. Adobes, et al. Statistical Energy Analysis of Nonconservatively Coupled Systems and its Applications to Engineering; Y. De-Yuan. Calculation of Structure-borne Sound and Radiation from Automotive Silencers Using SEA and FEM; P. Geissler, H. Horn. Sound Transmission through Buildings Using SEA; R.J.M. Craik. The Relationship between Transmission Coefficient and Coupling Loss Factor; R.J.M. Craik. Short Communication on SEA Applied to Ship Structures; C. Cabos. Summary of Discussions.