Special acoustics tasks call for special measuring methods: product development and research projects often require measuring methods supply more in-depth information about the acoustic behavior of structures than standard measurements.
Examples of the various measuring methods we use at Fraunhofer IBP to visualize airborne sound radiation and scan (non-contact) structure-borne sound vibrations are listed below. Based on the measurement results, we develop a detailed vibration analysis of the component surface in order to tailor acoustic optimization measures to individual needs.
We also offer aural analyses of sound signals that require binaural recording with an artificial head. The recorded signals serve, for example, as the basis for listening tests and for assessing sound fields in rooms or vehicles.
In addition to these established acoustic measurement procedures, our experts develop new measurement procedures or adapt existing methods to the special requirements and individual needs of our customers.