Jannik Theyssen

Project assistent at Applied Acoustics

Jannik Theyssen is a doctoral student at the Division of Applied Acoustics in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at Chalmers. Working in collaboration with the competence centre for railway mechanics at Chalmers (CHARMEC), in his project he researches the sound radiation from the rolling contact between railway wheels and tracks. The project goal is to develop a scientific basis for noise criteria for slab tracks. State-of-the-art numeric models are used to model the model the structural vibrations as well as the radiation from the wheel and the rail.
The project is carried out in close cooperation with CHARMEC's industrial stakeholders, especially the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket).

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Efficient calculation of the three-dimensional sound pressure field around a railway track

Jannik Theyssen, Astrid Pieringer, Wolfgang Kropp

Using track-elasticity for noise mitigation on low-vibration track

Jannik Theyssen, Astrid Pieringer, Wolfgang Kropp
Other conference contribution

The low-noise potential of low-vibration track

Jannik Theyssen, Astrid Pieringer, Wolfgang Kropp
Conference poster

The application of dither to mitigate curve squeal

Wolfgang Kropp, Jannik Theyssen, Astrid Pieringer
Journal of Sound and Vibration. Vol. 514
Journal article

The Influence of Track Parameters on the Sound Radiation from Slab Tracks

Jannik Theyssen, Astrid Pieringer, Wolfgang Kropp
Noise and Vibration Mitigation for Rail Transportation Systems, p. 90-97
Book chapter

Calibration and validation of the dynamic response of two slab track models using data from a full-scale test rig

Jannik Theyssen, Emil Aggestam, Shengyang Zhu et al
Engineering Structures. Vol. 234
Journal article

Sound Radiation from Railway Wheels including Ground Reflections: A half-space formulation for the Fourier Boundary Element Method

François Fabre, Jannik Theyssen, Astrid Pieringer et al
Journal of Sound and Vibration. Vol. 493
Journal article

The application of dither for suppressing curve squeal

Wolfgang Kropp, Arthur Aglat, Jannik Theyssen et al
Proceedings of the International Congress on Acoustics. Vol. 2019-September, p. 1551-1558
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Research into enhanced track and switch and crossing system 2 (In2Track-2)

Elena Kabo Dynamics
Fredrik Larsson Material and Computational Mechanics
Dimosthenis Floros Material and Computational Mechanics
Astrid Pieringer Applied Acoustics
Casey Jessop Engineering Materials
Wolfgang Kropp Applied Acoustics
Johan Ahlström Engineering Materials
Xin Li Dynamics
Magnus Ekh Material and Computational Mechanics
Michele Maglio Dynamics
Daniel Gren Engineering Materials
Björn Pålsson Dynamics
Roger Lundén Dynamics
Marko Milosevic Dynamics
Lennart Josefson Material and Computational Mechanics
Emil Aggestam Dynamics
Anders Ekberg Dynamics
Jens Nielsen Dynamics
Tore V Vernersson Dynamics
Rostyslav Skrypnyk Dynamics
Erika Steyn Engineering Materials
Christer Persson Engineering Materials
Björn Andersson Material and Computational Mechanics
Knut Andreas Meyer Material and Computational Mechanics
Mohammad Salahi Nezhad Material and Computational Mechanics
Jannik Theyssen Applied Acoustics
Swedish Transport Administration
European Commission (EC)


Buller från ballastfria spår

Jannik Theyssen Applied Acoustics
Astrid Pieringer Applied Acoustics
Wolfgang Kropp Applied Acoustics
Swedish Transport Administration

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