Engineering Solutions to Noise and Vibration Problems

Leo Boroditsky

Mr. Boroditsky is the chief engineer at Noise Control Engineering, LLC He joined NCE in 1996. Mr. Boroditsky is the key algorithm developer for noise prediction programs including Designer-NOISE™. He has been involved in multiple ship noise control projects. Offshore supply vessels, research vessels, combatant ships and drill platforms are among those covered. Architectural and industrial acoustics have also been part of his work experience at NCE. These jobs include: calculations for reverberation time for a church sanctuary, noise analysis for a restaurant, diagnostic tests for an HVAC system and environmental noise control. Mr. Boroditsky has many publications and contributions to books on Shipboard Noise.

Mr. Boroditsky has over thirty years experience in the various areas of acoustics. His early work was conducted at the St. Petersburg Research Institute of Shipbuilding Technology. During his tenure there, Mr. Boroditsky was responsible for predictions and noise control for many types of vessels including: frigates, speedboats, hydrofoils, icebreakers, bulk carriers and tugboats. Leo also has experience in industrial acoustics, including noise mitigation projects for plants, road machines and ventilation systems. In the 1970's, Mr. Boroditsky was involved in developing an algorithm and computer program used to predict noise levels in ships' compartments. At the end of the 1970's, he researched the noise and vibration induced in ship compartments by propellers.

Leo has an advanced degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Research Institute of Shipbuilding Technology and is a member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE).

Specialty: Shipboard Noise Predictions

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