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Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
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Volume 12, Issue 12 - Dec 2002
Volume 12, Issue 11 - Nov 2002
Volume 12, Issue 10 - Oct 2002
Volume 12, Issue 9 - Sep 2002
Volume 12, Issue 8 - Aug 2002
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A Study on the Design of Rubber Mount for Anti-vibration of an Optical Disk Drive Considering the Dimensional Tolerance
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 661~667
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.661
With the increase of storage density, high rotational speed and high access technologies in optical disk drive, mechanical issues, mainly noise and vibration, become critical. Up to now the researches of rubber mount for anti-vibration focused on how to calculate the static and the dynamic stiffness of rubber mount and loaned out consideration of the dimensional tolerance of rubber mount for anti-vibration. This paper presents the effects of dimensional tolerance of rubber mount for anti-nitration on the dynamic characteristics of optical disk drive by finite element analysis and dynamic test. The relation between dimensional tolerance and dynamic characteristics of optical disk drive is observed and discussed.
Analysis on Wayside Noise Generated by Korean Train Express
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 668~673
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.668
The sources of wayside noise for the high -speed train are the aerodynamic noise, rolling noise and power unit noise. We should know the major source to control noise radiated from train. In this paper, we present the test results on the wayside noise and the vibration of the rail/sleeper during the passing of Korean Train Express (KTX). It turns out that the major noise sources for KTX are the rolling noise and power unit noise at 300 km/h. Generally, the noise attenuation with distance is independent of train speed. However, the test results show that in the near field the noise levels decrease by about 5~6 ㏈(A) per doubling of distance at speed in the range of 50~120 km/h and about 3~4 ㏈(A)/d.d at 300 km/h.
Transient Response Analysis of Frame Structures Using the Finite Element-transfer Stiffness Coefficient Method (FE-TSCM)
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 674~684
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.674
In order to decrease remarkably the computation time and storage used in the direct integration method without the loss of accuracy, authors suggest a new transient analysis algorithm. This algorithm is derived from the combination of three techniques, that is, the transfer technique of the transfer stiffness coefficient method, the modeling technique of the finite element method, and the numerical integration technique of the Newmark method. In this paper, the transient analysis algorithm of a frame structure is formulated by the proposed method. The accuracy and computation efficiency of the proposed method are demonstrated through the comparing with the computation results by the direct integration method for three computation models under various excitations.
Beat Maps of a Slightly Asymmetric Ring
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 685~693
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.685
Analytical model of beat response is derived on a slightly asymmetric ring and the model is veryfied by experiment. The asymmetric ring is a simplified model used to explain the beat property of a Korean bell. The asymmetric ring has mode pairs having slight frequency difference in each radial mode. Each mode pair produces beat phenomenon by the interaction of the two close frequency components. Based on the analytical model, beat maps are first proposed and characteristics of beat on the circumference are detaily explained.
The Determination of Transducer Locations for Active Structural Acoustic Control of the Radiated Sound from Vibrating Plate
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 694~701
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.694
In this paper, through the study on locations of structural transducers for active control of the radiated sound from the vibrating plate, the active structural acoustic control (ASAC) system is proposed. And, for the evaluation of the proposed location, the experiment of the active structural acoustic control is implemented using the multi-channel filtered-x LMS algorithm and an additional filter (Acoustic Prediction Filter) to estimate the radiated sound using the acceleration signals of the plate. The structural transducers are piezoceramic actuator (PZT) and accelerometer. PZT is used as an actuator to reduce the vibration and the radiated sound. To maximize the control performance, each PZT actuator is located at the position that has the largest control sensitivity of the plate bending moment in the direction of x and y coordinates and the optimal PZT location is validated experimentally. Also, to find the acoustic prediction filter accurately, two accelerometers are located at the positions that have the largest radiation efficiencies of the plate, and the proposed locations are validated by simulation using the Rayleigh integral. The multi-channel filtered-x LMS algorithm is introduced to control a complex 2-D structural vibration mode. Finding the locations of structural transducers for active structural acoustic control of the radiated sound, the active structural acoustic control (ASAC) system can be presented and validated by experiments using a real time control system.
The Errors and Reducing Method in 1-dof Frequency Response Function from Impact Hammer Testing
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 702~708
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.702
The spectrum of impulse response signal from an impulse hammer testing is widely used to obtain frequency response function(FRF). However the FRFs obtained from impact hammer testing have not only leakage errors but also finite record length errors when the record length for the signal processing is not sufficiently long. The errors cannot be removed with the conventional signal analyzer which treats the signals as if they are always steady and periodic. Since the response signals generated by the impact hammer are transient and have damping, they are undoubtedly non-periodic. It is inevitable that the signals be acquired for limited recording time, which causes the errors. This paper makes clear the relation between the errors of FRF and the length of recording time. A new method is suggested to reduce the errors of FRF in this paper. Several numerical examples for 1-dof model are carried out to show the property of the errors and the validity of the proposed method.
Estimation of the Sound Absorption Performance for Multiple Layer Perforated Plate Systems by Transfer Matrix Method
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 709~716
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.709
A practical method of predicting the sound absorption coefficient for multiple perforated-plate sound absorbing system was developed using transfer matrix method. The proposed method was validated by comparing the calculated absorption coefficients of a single layer perforated plate with the values measured by the two-microphone impedance tube method for various porosity and spacing of the perforated plate. The developed transfer matrix method was further applied to estimate the multiple layer perforated plates and it is shown that the estimated absorption coefficients agree well with the measured values.
Dynamic Behavior Analysis of Reciprocating Compressor Pistons
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 717~724
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.717
In this study, a numerical analysis for the piston secondary dynamics of small refrigeration reciprocating compressors is performed. In general, the length of cylinder in this class of compressors is shortened to diminish the frictional losses of the piston-cylinder system. So, the contacting length between piston and cylinder wall is in variable with the rotating crank angle around the BDC of the reciprocating piston. In the problem formulation of the piston dynamics, the change in bearing length of the piston and all corresponding forces and moments are considered in order to determine the piston trajectory, velocity and acceleration at each step. A Newton-Raphson procedure was employed in solving the secondary dynamic equations of the piston. The developed computer program can be used to calculate the entire piston trajectory and the hydrodynamic force and moment as functions of crank angle under compressor running conditions. The results explored the effects of the radial clearance, lubricant viscosity, length of the cylinder wall, and pin location on the stability of the piston.
Identification of Mass-lines and Rigid Body Properties Using Wavelet Transform
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 725~730
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.725
The rigid body properties of a structure may be estimated easily if the mass-line of the structure could be taken exactly. However, the exact mass-line nay be hard to be obtained exactly in experiments. The mass line value can be read from the mass line in frequency response function. However, the mass lines in the frequency response function sometimes show the fluctuation with frequency, and it cannot be read correctly. In this paper, the wavelet transform is applied to obtain the good mass line value. The mass line calculated by using wavelet transform has unique value and showed in the range of fluctuated values of frequency response function. The rigid body properties obtained by wavelet transform also showed better results than those by fourier transform.
Experimental Verification of Analysis Model of the Shadow Mask with Damping Wires
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 9, 2002, Pages 731~737
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.9.731
Nonlinear vibration of the CRT shadow mask with impact damping wires is analyzed in consideration of the mask tension distribution and the effect of wire impact damping. A reduced order FEM model of the shadow mask is obtained from dynamic condensation of the mass and stiffness matrices, and damping wire is modeled using the lumped parameter method to effectively describe its contact interactions with the shadow mask. The nonlinear contact-impact model is composed of spring and damper elements, of which parameters are determined from the Hertzian contact theory and the restitution coefficient, respectively. The analysis model of the shadow mask with damping wires is experimentally verified through impact tests of shadow masks performed in a vacuum chamber.