Engineering Solutions to Noise and Vibration Problems

Jeffrey Komrower

Mr. Komrower joined Noise Control Engineering, LLC in 2010 as a Senior Engineer with over 30 years of experience in the noise, vibration and shock field. He has been heavily involved on the program with the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to reduce Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) of our warfighters. He has been the program manager on the noise reduction effort for US Navy aircraft carriers as well as noise control efforts in hydroelectric powerplants for the US Department of the Interiorís Bureau of Reclamation and the US Army Corps of Engineers. Prior to coming to NCE, Mr. Komrower worked for 16 years as a Senior Technical Specialist and Account Manager at LMS North America. He provided support in the areas of general NVH, modal testing and analysis, correlation with finite element models, rotating machinery, acoustics and vibration control. Before joining LMS, Mr. Komrower was the Manager of Testing and Consulting Services for Zonic Corporation. Here he was involved in numerous programs including data acquisition for the SMIS program (Shuttle Modal Inspection System) at NASA's Kennedy Space Center and the determination of the cause of excessive vibrations in nuclear power plants which included the use of laser vibrometry.

Previous experience has also included Project Manager/Senior Engineer at NKF Engineering. Here Mr. Komrower was involved in US Navy and DOD programs for the structural testing and analysis and shock response of submarine and shipboard structures and components. This included full scale shock testing of the USS Yorktown (CG 48) and the underway vibration surveys of the USS Observation Island. Mr. Komrower also worked at General Dynamics Electric Boat Division where he was involved in many aspects of submarine silencing and validating performance specifications with Applied Mechanics Group, Nuclear Sound and Vibration and Nuclear Fluid Systems Group. Mr. Komrower is the author of over 80 technical papers and reports.

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