To do this, it is necessary to know in detail the particularities of the system. For this reason, ICR models the acoustic and vibratory phenomenology using numerical methods by selecting which method is optimal for each frequency range to study (FEM, BEM, Lightning, SEA,…). The numerical results are compared with environmental measures in situ of environmental impact (of noise and/or vibrations) in order to precisely adjust the numerical model to the conditions measured on the situation (industry, railway or road infrastructure and/or wind farm) that is to be studied. Many times, since it is a process prior to the manufacture or installation of the equipment in the field, experimental measures are used on models of similar characteristics to the modeling.
The adjusted numerical model allows then to obtain predictions on the vibratory and/or acoustic levels in operation with which the fulfillment of the desired requirements can be evaluated or, on the contrary, if an alternative redesign on the system is required.