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Development of Noise Source Detection System using Array Microphone in Power Plant Equipment
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Development of Noise Source Detection System using Array Microphone in Power Plant Equipment
Sohn, Seok-Man; Kim, Dong-Hwan; Lee, Wook-Ryun; Koo, Jae-Raeyang; Hong, Jin-Pyo;
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 Abstract
In this study, it has been initiated to investigate the specific abnormal vibration signal that has been captured in the power equipment. Array Microphone can be used in order to detect the direction and the position of the noise source. It is possible to track the abnormal mechanical noise in the power plant by utilizing the program and the microphone array system developed from this research. Array microphone system can be operated as a constant monitoring system.
 Keywords
Microphone Array;Source Detection;Acoustics;Noise;Vibration;
 Language
English
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