We provide a wide range of support in research and development for our customers. A funded and collaborative research is one of them.
Our funded research services, can offer our customers solutions to a wide range of problems regarding sound and vibration by using our numerical simulation and knowledge with our prolong experience in sound and vibration field.
Regarding our collaborative research services, many of our customers are universities, research institutes, automotive manufacturers, railroad and electronic companies and etc. We have created a collaborative research with universities to collaborate their advanced knowledge with the practical needs in business by reviewing their feedback. In addition, we actively present papers and presentations at academic conferences for contributing to our local society.
In a collaborative research with Sophia University in Japan, we have been working on a basic approach regarding the effect of random structure on wave propagation analysis. In addition, at Tokyo Denki University in Japan, we are collaborating for the study of finite difference technique (FDTD) used as acoustic simulation technique. The outcomes of these studies and practical application will be presented at international conferences and domestic conferences like the Acoustical Society of Japan, Physical society of Japan, and Simulation Society of Japan etc.
Wave propagation in a random field
Sound propagation with / without a mixing console in studio
We also create many collaborative research programs with electronic companies. It is very important to differentiate the electronic products and controlling the sound is our goal. We provide a wide range of analysis and advice in order to reduce noise. On the other hand, there is an aim to make loud sound instead of making it quieter. Here is an example, to make louder warning sound for electric buzzer equipment. We provide a solution through experimental test and using numerical simulation.
Boundary element model of a small buzzer
Prototype of a small buzzer device
With HRI (Honda Research Institute Japan) a leading-edge private laboratory to conduct a joint research, we study the basic measuring technique of the acoustic characteristics of various materials and the wall surfaces in order to obtain the acoustic parameters for numerical simulation of sound field.
Loudspeaker traverse system
Microphones for impedance measurement