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Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
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Volume 11, Issue 9 - Dec 2001
Volume 11, Issue 8 - Nov 2001
Volume 11, Issue 7 - Oct 2001
Volume 11, Issue 6 - Sep 2001
Volume 11, Issue 5 - Aug 2001
Volume 11, Issue 4 - Jul 2001
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A Study on the Sound Absorption Coefficient by Varying Sample Size
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 83~88
The sound absorption coefficient of glass wool (bulk density of 48 kg/m:1 and 32 kg/m7) was measured by reverberation room method as varying their cross-sectional area. The results show that the absorption is larger for smaller samples because of edge effect. The absorption coefficient with two different kinds of sources. 1/.7-octave band and while noise, gives similar values.
Frequencies and Mode Shapes of Annular Plates tilth Variable Thickness by the Ritz Method in Three-Dimensional Analysis
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 89~100
The Ritz method Is applied In a three-dimensional (3-D) analysis to obtain accurate frequencies for thick. linearly tapered. annular plates. The method is formulated for annular plates haying any combination of free or fixed boundaries at both Inner and outer edges. Admissible functions for the three displacement components are chosen as trigonometric functions in the circumferential co-ordinate. and a1gebraic polynomials in the radial and thickness co-ordinates. Upper bound convergence of the non-dimensional frequencies to the exact values within at least four significant figures is demonstrated. Comparisons of results for annular plates with linearly varying thickness are made with ones obtained by others using 2-D classical thin place theory. Extensive and accurate ( four significant figures ) frequencies are presented 7or completely free. thick, linearly tapered annular plates haying ratios of average place thickness to difference between outer radius (a) and inner radius (b) radios (h
/L) of 0.1 and 0.2 for b/L=0.2 and 0.5. All 3-D modes are included in the analyses : e.g., flexural, thickness-shear. In-plane stretching, and torsional. Because frequency data liven is exact 7o a\ulcorner least four digits. It is benchmark data against which the results from other methods (e.g.. 2-D 7hick plate theory, finite element methods. finite difference methods) and may be compared. Throughout this work, Poisson\`s ratio
is fixed at 0.3 for numerical calculations.s.
Free Vibrations of Horizontally Curved Beams with Multiple Elastic Springs
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 101~107
This paper deals with the free vibrations of horizontally curved beams with mu1tiple elastic springs. Taking into account the effects of rotatory Inertia and shear deformation. differential equations governing the free vibrations of such beams are derived, In which each e1astic spring is modeled as a discrete Winkler foundation with very short longitudinal length. Differential equations are solved numerically to calculate natural frequencies and mode shapes. In numerical examples, the circular, Parabolic. sinusoidal and elliptic curved beams are considered. The parametric studies are conducted and the lowest four frequency parameters are reported In tables and figures as the non-dimensional forms. Also the typical mode shapes are presented.
Instrumentation and Structural Health Monitoring of Bridges
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 108~122
As bridge design is advancing toward the performance-based design. it becomes increasingly important to monitor and re-evaluate the long-term structural performance of bridges. Such information is essential in developing performance criteria for design. In this research. sensor systems for long-term structural performance monitoring have been installed on two highway bridges. Pre1iminary vibration measurement and data analysis have been performed on these instrumented bridges. On one bridge, ambient vibration data have been collected. based on which natural frequencies and mode shapes have been extracted using various methods and compared with those obtained by the preliminary finite element analysis. On the other bridge, braking and bumping vibration tests have been carried out using a water truck In addition to ambient vibration tests. Natural frequencies and mode shapes have been derived and the results by the breaking and bumping vibration tests have been compared. For the development of a three dimensional baseline finite element model, the new methodology using a neural network is proposed. The proposed one have been verified and applied to develop the baseline model of the bridge.
Redesign of Steering Wheel Support T-beam Structure to Reduce its Vibration Using Frequency Response Function Synthesis Technique
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 123~130
The purpose of this paper is to reduce the level of idling vibration on a steering wheel. In some cases, vibration on steering wheel is amplified due to the resonance between the first natural frequency of T-beam and engine idling speed. Using SDM(structural dynamic modification) technique, T-beam is redesigned to reduce its vibration. This paper used FRF(frequency response function) synthesis technique which is entirely dependent on experiment. But this method requires lots of test efforts to enhance its reliability of design. While combining this method with an analytic method. the experimental burden, the major drawback of FRP synthesis method, can be considerably relieved. Using ana1ytic sensitivity analysis, some effective modification regions are preliminarily chosen as candidate Positions where SDM can be applied to modify T-beam\`s dynamic characteristics.
An Experimental Study on Isolation System of Aerial Gas Pipeline for Vehicle Vibration
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 131~139
In this paper, aerials gas pipeline vibrations due to the passing of vehicles have been measured, and peak values and characteristics of vibration were analyzed. In order to develop isolation system for gas pipeline, six cases with various support condition and hanging method were tested. The hanger used instead of wore rope isolated almost all vibrations transmitted from main beam. In the results of test, we could decrease response of vibration velocity from 49 % to 56 % and response of vertical vibration acceleration from 49 % to 60 %, because hanger instead of wire rope was used and rubber pads instead of wooden shield plates at support positions for Proofing horizontal vibration were used.
Dynamic Response of Non-uniform Beams under a Travelling Mass
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 140~147
In this paper, the dynamic response of non-uniform beams subjected to a travelling mass is investigated. Dynamic behaviors of flexible beam structures under a moving mass have been a concern in the design of bridges, ceiling crain in industry, as well as gun barrel fields. Most of studies for moving mass problems have been related to the theoretical dynamic responses of a simple beam model with uniform cross-sections. In some experimental studies, only a few transverse inertia effects due to travelling mass have been studied so far. The intended aim of the present Paper is to investigate the dynamic response of non-uniform beams taking into account of inertia force. centrifugal force, Coriollis force and self weight due to travelling mass. Galerkin's mode summation method is applied for the discretized equations of motion. Numerical results for the dynamic response of non-uniform beams under a travelling mass are demonstrated for various magnitudes and velocities of the travelling mass. In order to verify propriety of numerical solutions, experiments were conducted. Experimental resu1ts have a good agreement wish theoretical Predictions.
Vibro-acoustic Design and Development of a Low-noise Hydraulic Breaker
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2001, Pages 148~155
Hydraulic breaker is currently used for many civil engineering areas owing to the ease of changing the tooling mechanism. However, due to a high noise level, it has been one of notorious sources of environmental noise and the prevailing environmental concerns force the manufacturers to reduce the radiated noise levee during operations. To comply with such concerns, the present study is focused on designing and developing a low-noise hydraulic breaker For this purpose, sound sources are identified and relative contributions are rated. Acoustic enclosure. sealing systems, and low-nolle type chisel have been developed and applied to the actual machine. As a result, the radiated noise from the developed low-noose hydraulic breaker is reduced more than 13 dB(A) In comparison with the conventional hydraulic bleaker.