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ABSTR4CT The boundary element method (BEM) has became established as a powerful alternative to finite element modeling for a variety of automotive engineering solutions. In particular, it has been effective in the static analysis of powertrain components and also for the acoustic analysis of both the passenger compartment and the air-spare surrounding a vehicle. While the technique offers a substantial improvement in ease of use and modeling times for many problems, especially those describeddoi:10.4271/951127 fatcat:4254mlimsnezdoscdhd5ckahui