Experimental Study to Determine Sound Absorption Factors of Fiber Assemblies with Membrane Structure

Membrane구조를 갖는 섬유 집합체형 흡음재의 흡음 인자 결정에 관한 연구

  • 장효준 ((재)한국섬유기계연구소) ;
  • 전두환 (영남대학교 섬유패션학부)
  • Published : 2004.08.01

Abstract

Basic mechanism of sound absorption in various sound absorbing materials is generally explained by the conversion of sound energy into heat energy. The important element governing the conversion from sound into heat depends on the material characteristics. Three types, such as porous, resonance and panel types, generally classify the geometrical structure of sound absorbers. These three types of sound absorbing materials demonstrate different sound absorption characteristics. In this study, for the absorption of the specific sound frequency, various parameters are investigated experimentally using the impedance tube method. The models used in the experiment are porous and panel type absorbers. The porous type absorber generally has the ability of sound absorption at the high frequency range and the panel type absorber has the capability of sound absorption of the specific sound frequency. The sound absorption characteristics of the panel type absorber are described in phenomenon related to the sound absorption characteristics of porous type products. Detail experiments are carried out to clarify the parameters governing the acoustic performance with different fabrics.

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