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Kinnar
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Kinnar   9/9/2011 6:49:31 PM
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Noise reduction in trucks or heavy vehicles is a very much essential requirement, it is a very great that care is taken not completely isolate the sound from the drivers ear, as the sound is a very handy tool for him to know the condition of the entire truck. Still the article is praising the LMS Vitrual.lab software a lot but very little technical detail is provided, yes only figures are there but without the explanation they are not of much use.

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trevorspacey   8/6/2014 11:10:13 AM
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Performing acoustic tests through hardware testing takes a lot of time and the results are not very accurate, the creation of vehicle acoustic models allows the engineers to perform such acoustic tests much faster. Will this technology be available to everyone so they could check their vehicle`s acoustic performance at an auto repair shop in Texas?

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