Plate vibration simulator



ADNR is a practical and user-friendly software allowing you to simulate acoustics and structural vibrations of complex plates, such as structures. It is an excellent tool that facilitates the preliminary design of noise control and for self-study.


In addition, it is very useful for the pre-design of damped panels, such as the various structures in automotive, aerospace, marine, railway and other industries.


ADNR uses a varied approach that allows for fast and accurate calculations of the effects of structural complexities on the vibro-acoustics of multilayer plates such as structures.


Advanced features

  • Structural complexities

    • Constrained and unconstrained viscoelastic layers

    • Stiffeners

    • Masses added

    • Excitation and coupling

  • Mechanical forces and moments

  • Weak and strong fluid-structure couplings

  • Acoustic excitations (diffuse, plane waves)

  • Frequency analysis

    • Low, medium and high frequencies

    • Fine band and 1/3 octave analysis​

  • Designed for Microsoft Windows

  • Ease of use by specialists and non-specialists

    • Fast results on PC

    • User-friendly interface

Who is ADNR useful for and what does it do?

For design engineers

Provides answers to “what if…” questions

Pre-design tool

Internal code validation

Self-learning of structural acoustics and vibration (S.A.V.)

For trainers and students

Learn and understand S.A.V

Support theoretical projects

Support experimental projects

*Windows 7, 8 and 10 users

For ADNR users using Windows Vista and above, the help menu with the user manual does not work. To correct this problem, the user must install the WinHelp32.exe program. It can be downloaded, in French, from the Microsoft Support Center at the following address:


Plate vibration simulator