Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-A.19126.96.36.1992
Title & Authors
Active noise control with on-line adaptive algorithm in a duct system Kim, Heung-Seob; Hong, Jin-Seok; Oh, Jae-Eung;
In the case of the transfer function for the secondary path is dependent on time, the on-line method which can model it is continuously must be applied to the active noise control technique. And the adaptive random noise technique among the on-line methods is effective in the narrow-band control. In this method, the signal to noise ratio between random noise for modeling and primary noise is low. Therefore, the estimations of transfer function will be prone to inaccuracies and the convergence time will be too long. Such imperfections will have an influence upon the performance of an active noise controller. In this study, t enhance the signal to noise ratio, the on-line method that is combined the conventional adaptive random noise technique and the adaptive line enhancer, is proposed. By using proposed on-line method, a rigorous system identification and control of primary noise have been implemented.
Adaptive Random Noise Technique;Overall Modeling Method;S/N Ratio(Signal to Noise Ratio);Narrowband Conrtol;Adaptive Line Enhancer;
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