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Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
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Volume 13, Issue 12 - Dec 2003
Volume 13, Issue 11 - Nov 2003
Volume 13, Issue 10 - Oct 2003
Volume 13, Issue 9 - Sep 2003
Volume 13, Issue 8 - Aug 2003
Volume 13, Issue 7 - Jul 2003
Volume 13, Issue 6 - Jun 2003
Volume 13, Issue 5 - May 2003
Volume 13, Issue 4 - Apr 2003
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Mar 2003
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Feb 2003
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Jan 2003
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A Study on the Estimation of Coefficients K and n Using Multivariate Data Analysis
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 583~590
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.583
For the preestimate of the vibration level of the ground next to a dwelling, a multivariate statistical analysis on the experiment data acquired from a variety of construction sites was performed, and then a new estimate model for the value of K and n that can be applied in the diagnosis of the damage was offered. The results maybe summarized as follows : First, the
and n showed high correlation at P
0.05. Specially the correlation coefficient about
, S were higher in
than in n. indicating that
is generally associated with source conditions. Second, the factor analysis permitted to identify two major sources in each fraction. These sources accounted for at least 73 % of valiance of
. Third, the multiple regression model for the estimate of
was developed from Fac1 which depend upon the source conditions and Fac2 which depend upon the transmission conditions. The n value is able to determine from the correlation relationship associated with
A Study on the Sloshing of the Rectangular Tank Partially Filled with Fluid Under Translational Motion
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 591~597
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.591
The oscillation of the fluid caused by external motions is called sloshing, which occurs in moving vehicles with contained fluid masses, such as the oil tankers, railroad cars, aircraft and rockets. Natural frequencies of fluid are much lower than that of solid structures, and the deformation caused by the excitation that is less than 1st natural frequency of fluid is very large. For the reason of that, sloshing characteristics under the ekcitation that is less than the 1st natural frequency must be studied prior to the consideration of natural frequencies of fluid. The experimental devices are constructed to simulate the translation motion. The rectangular tanks are made to study the sloshing characteristics under external excitation. The changes of water height are measured using an analogue camcorder and MPEG board, and those are compared to each other through a standard deviation. From the results of experiments, the sloshing is greatly influenced by the length of the rectangular tank than the width of that under the periodic translational motion in the length direction. The rapid amplification of sloshing by resonance is also confirmed experimentally.
Coupled Unbalance Response Analyses of a Geared Two-shaft Rotor-bearing System
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 598~604
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.598
In this paper a general solution method is presented to obtain the unbalance response orbit from the finite element based equations of motion of a gear-coupled two-shaft rotor-bearing system, whose shafts rotate at their different speeds from each other. Particularly, are proposed analytical solutions of the maximum and minimum radii of the orbit. The method has been applied to analyze the unbalance response of a 800 refrigeration-ton turbo-chiller rotor-bearing system having a bull-pinion speed increasing gear. Bumps in the unbalance response of the driven high speed compressor rotor system have been observed at the first torsional natural frequency due to the coupling effect of lateral and torsional dynamics. Further, the proposed analytical solutions have agreed well with those obtained by a full numerical approach. The proposed analytical solutions can be generally applied to obtain the maximum and minimum radii of the unbalance response orbits of dual-shaft rotor-bearing systems coupled by bearings as well.
Influence of Two Moving Masses on Dynamic Behavior of a Simply Supported Pipe Conveying Fluid Flow
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 605~611
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.605
A simply supported pipe conveying fluid and two moving masses upon it constitute this nitration system. The equation of motion is derived by using Lagrange's equation. The influence of the velocities of two moving masses, the distance between two moving masses, and the velocities of fluid flow in the pipe have been studied on the dynamic behavior of a simply supported pipe by numerical method. The velocities of fluid flow are considered with in its critical values of a simply supported pipe without moving masses upon It. Their coupling effects on the transverse vibration of a simply supported pipe are inspected too. As the velocity of two moving masses increases, the deflection of a simply supported pipe is increased and the frequency of transverse vibration of a simply supported pipe is not varied. In case of small distance between two masses, the maximum deflection of the pipe occur when the front mass arrive at midspan. Otherwise as the distance get larger, the position of the front masses where midspan deflection is maximum moves beyond the midpoint of a simply supported pipe. The deflection of a simply supported pipe is increased by coupling of the velocities of moving masses and fluid flow.
Vibration Control of Hybrid Smart Structure Using ER Fluids and Piezoelectric Ceramics
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 612~618
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.612
A hybrid vibration control scheme using ER fluid and PZT patches is proposed. Dynamic characteristics of the beam embedded with the ER fluid can be controled by changing the strength of the electric field applied on the ER fluid, thus provides a mean to avoid the resonance. It was found that active vibration control of the structure embedded with ER fluid failed to suppress the vibration excited with broad band frequency due to the limited change of the dynamic characteristics of the structure. To compensate this limited effect of the control scheme with ER fluid alone, PPF control using PZT patches as sensors and actuators is added to construct a hybrid controller. Experimental results suggests that proposed hybrid controller is effective to suppress the additional resonance vibration that appears when each controller is used alone.
Optimal Design of Noise Barriers Using Simulated Annealing Algorithm
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 619~625
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.619
A successful design approach for noise barriers should be multidisciplinary because noise reduction goals influence both acoustical and non-acoustical considerations, such as maintenance, safety, physical construction, cost, and visual impact. These various barrier design options are closely related with barrier dimensions. In this study, we have proposed an optimal design method of noise barriers using simulated annealing algorithm, providing a harrier having the smallest dimension and achieving the specified noise reduction at a receiver region exposed to the noise due to Industry and infrastructure, to help a successful barrier design.
Beat Map Drawing Method of Bell Type Structures and Beat Maps of the King Seong-deok Divine Bell
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 626~636
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.626
The beat distribution property of the King Seong-deok Divine Bell is investigated by experiment and analysis. The beat map method is proposed to explain the beat distribution property on the circumference of the bell. For the analytical investigation, an analytical model of the vibration beat is derived on a slightly asymmetric shell of revolution by using the modal expansion method. In the analytical method, the beat map can be drawn only if the modal parameters of the bell are obtained. The analytical beat model is applied to draw the beat map of the King Seong-deok Divine Bell. The validity of the analytical method is verified by comparing the analytical beat maps with the experimental results. This paper proposes a visualization method of the beat and theoretically identifies the reason why the clear and unclear beats repeat periodically along the circumference of the bell and how the striking position influences the beat distribution property.
Statistical Investigation on Airborne Noise Levels of Navy Shipboard Compartments
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 637~644
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.637
Airborne noise is one of the considerable environmental factors for navy ship personnel who should accomplish their tasks in restricted ship spaces against adverse health effect of noise. However, it is difficult to find studies on actual condition of airborne noise for navy ships. In this study, we measured airborne noise levels at 379 compartments of 33 Korean navy ships. Using the measured data, we presented mean values and their standard deviations of measured noise levels with factors of ship type, compartment category, and operation mode. Additionally, we evaluated the mean value and cumulative probability of airborne noise levels of compartments with those of the US navy ships. These results can be rationally used in making the proper airborne noise criteria of the navy ship for the future.
Experimental Investigation of the Response Characteristics of Korean-seated Subjects under Vertical Vibration : (I) Apparent Mass
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 645~650
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.645
This paper introduces attempts to obtain the 'representative'characteristics of the apparent mass (or dynamic mass) of seated Korean subjects under vertical vibration. Individual responses of driving-oint apparent masses obtained from forty one Korean subjects are illustrated. Four kinds of vibration levels and three different sitting postures are selected to collect the characteristic responses of each subject. Those individual responses are used to estimate the 'mean'apparent mass, which may be expected to be a representative model to Korean subjects. Several interesting features of the estimated apparent mass are suggested and compared to those of ISO 5982.
Vibration Control of Beams Using Mechanical-Electrical Hybrid Passive Damping System
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 13, issue 8, 2003, Pages 651~657
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2003.13.8.651
A new mechanical-electrical hybrid passive damping treatment is proposed to improve the performance of structural vibration control. The proposed hybrid passive damping system consists of a constrained layer damping treatment and a shunt circuit. In a passive mechanical constrained layer damping, a viscoelastic material damping layer is used to control the structural vibration modes in high frequency range. The passive electrical damping is designed for targeting the nitration amplitude in the low frequency range. The governing equations of motion are derived through the Hamilton's principle. The obtained mathematical model Is validated experimentally. The presented theoretical and experimental techniques provide invaluable tools for controlling the multiple modes of a vibrating structure over a wide frequency band.