Sunday, June 28 (morning and afternoon)
Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm (course), 1:00 pm (fundamentals exam)
Description: The INCE Fundamentals Exam may be used in partial fulfillment of the requirements for INCE Membership. A review session will be conducted from 8 am – 12 pm to prepare for the exam. The exam will then be offered beginning at 1 pm. Please note that when registering for this course, you will be asked to upload a digital photo.
Sunday, June 28
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: $450 member/$500 non-member
Instructor: Beth A. Cooper, PE, INCE.Bd.Cert., Fellow INCE/USA
Description: This full-day seminar will provide an introduction to the field of occupational hearing conservation, focusing on topics relevant to engineers and safety professionals. The seminar will establish a solid technical understanding of noise exposure metrics and hearing conservation program design, address OSHA regulatory requirements, and introduce recommended best practices for all hearing conservation program elements. Registrants will receive a copy of the Council for Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC) Hearing Conservation Manual prior to the seminar. Registration deadline: June 1.
Beth Cooper is an acoustical engineer and hearing conservationist with 35 years of experience in acoustics, noise control, hearing loss prevention, and occupational health. As the owner and principal of Beth Cooper Acoustics, she maintains an active schedule of open-enrollment and private onsite hearing conservation courses leading to certification by the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC). Ms. Cooper’s full biography may be viewed here: http://bethcooperacoustics.com/career-biography/.
$450 INCE-USA Members and Associates / $500 Non-members
Sunday, June 28, 2020 (Full-Day Course 8am to 5pm – lunch is provided)
Description: Numerical Simulation has become an accepted and essential part of interior and exterior acoustics and vibration design for a range of industries and products and especially for the vehicle industry in order to allow effective early design and to complement and reduce the amount of testing involved in product development. Well-established tools and modeling practices exist for several different simulation methods each of which has its own particular advantages and limitations based on frequency range, modeling objectives, and speed versus accuracy tradeoff and computer resource required. This full-day course is intended to offer to the test engineer, minimally to moderately experienced simulation engineer or those wishing to have a deeper understanding of one or more of the presented analysis methods an introduction to these different modeling techniques with the goal of improving understanding of the best applications to current state-of-the art vehicle acoustic and vibration design processes. The team of instructors offering nearly a combined century of applied acoustics and vibration simulation experience will present background, theory, practical application examples and discussion of several of the current state-of-art analysis useful methods listed in the agenda.
Instructors (all affiliated with ESI Group):
Dr. Bryce Gardner
Dr. Ricardo Alvarez
Dr. Abderrazak Mejdi
Dr. Luca Alimonti