project . 2013 - 2015 . Closed

Mid- and High-Frequency Vibroacoustics of Built-up Structures -- A Wave Approach

UK Research and Innovation
  • Funder: UK Research and InnovationProject code: EP/K037161/1
  • Funded under: EPSRC Funder Contribution: 489,871 GBP
  • Status: Closed
  • Start Date
    30 Sep 2013
    End Date
    29 Jun 2015
Description
Noise and vibration are important performance aspects in many mechanical systems. High noise and vibration levels can be detrimental to structures (e.g. causing damage) and to the human operators (e.g. causing fatigue or injury). Thus, it is important to be able to understand how structures vibrate and emit noise, i.e., their vibroacoustic behavior. Traditionally, engineers would try to describe the vibroacoustics using analytical methods. However, these are only possible for very simple structures. Structures that engineers confront in the aerospace, railway or maritime sectors are often made of composite panels that are connected together using complicated str...
Description
Noise and vibration are important performance aspects in many mechanical systems. High noise and vibration levels can be detrimental to structures (e.g. causing damage) and to the human operators (e.g. causing fatigue or injury). Thus, it is important to be able to understand how structures vibrate and emit noise, i.e., their vibroacoustic behavior. Traditionally, engineers would try to describe the vibroacoustics using analytical methods. However, these are only possible for very simple structures. Structures that engineers confront in the aerospace, railway or maritime sectors are often made of composite panels that are connected together using complicated str...
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