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Vibro-Acoustic Analysis of Motorcycle Engine Under Combustion Load - new

U. Mohite[1], N. Bhatia[1]
[1]Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd., Pune, Maharashtra, India

Noise radiated from automotive engine is gaining significance in order to meet regulations concerning noise levels and to fulfill customer demands of quiet products. In IC engines, combustion pressure is one of the major excitations which is transmitted through powertrain to the casings and radiates noise. Structural and acoustical modeling and simulation methods can be used to predict and ...

Vibration Analysis of Rectangular Perforated Plates by COMSOL Multiphysics® Software

B. Raghavendra[1]
[1]SRM University & BITS Pilani University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Vibration analysis of perforated plates is extremely important when designing structures where resonance is the possible mode of failure. This paper deals with the vibration analysis of rectangular perforated plates with three different types of perforations. Vibration analysis is to be carried out by both COMSOL Multiphysics® Software and Experimental set-up. The applications of perforated ...

COMSOL® Analysis for Duct Acoustic

M. M. Ghulam [1], E. J. Gutmark [1],
[1] Aerospace Department, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA

COMSOL analysis of the acoustic modes of two different Combustion Wind Tunnel Facility’s test sections was conducted in this project. The test sections are rectangular ducts, therefore the mathematical expressions to predict the longitudinal and transverse modes inside a tube were used and compared with COMSOL simulations. Three different cases with different boundary conditions were simulated ...

Quartz Transducer Modeling for Development of BAW Resonators

L.B.M. Silva[1], E.J.P. Santos[1]
[1]Laboratory for Devices and Nanostructures, Electronics and Systems Department, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, PE, Brasil

Transducer optimization is a key aspect for successful development and deployment of advanced sensors, especially when designing 3D structures for harsh environments. For piezoelectric transducers, plate thickness determines the operating frequency of the resonator, which is frequently tuned in the shear thickness vibration mode. Quartz has been the material of choice for the fabrication of ...

Improving the Performance of Hearing Aids Using Acoustic Simulations

Mads Jakob Herring Jensen
Dr., Widex A/S, Denmark

In modern hearing aids, the performance of directional microphone systems is dependent on both the acoustics around thehearing aid and on the specific signal processing algorithms. The sound pressure at the microphone inlets depends on microphone location in the hearing-aid shell, the inlet shape, and on the placement of the hearing aid on the head of the user. In the present work, the ...

Development of a Reactive Silencer for Turbo Compressors

J. Smeulers[1], N. Gonzalez Diez[1]
[1]TNO, Delft, The Netherlands

Turbo compressors can generate high frequency tonal noise, causing nuisance in the environment. As the noise is radiated from the piping, a silencer is installed between the compressor and the pipe system. Commonly an absorption silencer is applied, which is a vessel that contains acoustic absorption material. Due to high flow velocities and vibrations the absorption material may be blown out ...

Sound Propagation through Circular Ducts with Spiral Element Inside

W. Lapka
Poznan University of Technology, Poland

This paper examines a sound propagation without airflow through circular ducts with spiral element inside. Models are numerically computed in three-dimensions. The spiral element in the duct is a newly analyzed acoustical element, geometrically similar to the well-known Archimedes screw. It can be applied significantly in ducted systems, such as ventilation, air-conditioning and heat ...

Simplified Finite Element Simulation of a SAW Hydrogen Sensor using COMSOL Multiphysics

N. Krishnan[1], H. Nemade[1,2], and R. Paily[2]
[1]Centre for Nanotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam, India
[2]Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Assam, India

In this paper, we discuss a simplified finite element method simulation of surface acoustic wave (SAW) delay line hydrogen sensor using COMSOL Multiphysics.  A delay line SAW sensor consists of a transmitting interdigital transducer (IDT) and a receiving IDT separated by a few wavelengths. In this work, the number of degrees of freedom to solve for the SAW delay line sensor model ...

Design and Simulation of an Orbiting Piezoelectric MEMS Gyroscope Based on Detection of Phase-Shift Signals - new

S. Gorelick[1], J. R. Dekker[1], B. Guo[1], H. Rimminen[1]
[1] VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland

The feasibility of phase-sensitive detection of angular-rates using bi-directional orbiting piezoresonators suspended by thick annular springs with thin-film aluminium nitride piezoactuators on top of them was investigated. The ring-shaped flexures are more suitable for supporting the orbiting motion due to their angle-dependent spring constant. The response of the orbiting resonators to ...

Analysis of an Air Transparent Soundproof Window System & Comparisons to Physical Test Data - new

M. Yeoman[1], V. Sivasailam[1], A. Tomar[2]
[1]Continuum Blue Ltd., Ystrad Mynach, UK
[2]Jaguar Land Rover Ltd, Coventry, UK

The design of windows and or other perforated structures which allow the free flow of air into & out of a building or system, while being fully soundproofed or attenuate certain frequencies is of great interest to architects and design engineers, where sound as a longitudinal wave, is difficult to separate it from its medium of propagation. In this work, we present the analysis of air ...