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Wednesday, July 10 • 12:30 - 12:50
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INNOVATIVE ACOUSTIC MA-TERIALS FOR ENGINE NOISE CONTROL IN VEHICLES

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Due to the continuous evolution of vehicle noise regulations, the automotive industry is increasing-ly looking for more efficient engine bay design solutions to control noise coming from the engine. To this aim, proper acoustic treatments and covers made of multilayered trimmed panels need to be selected. Hence, present study reports the results of an experimental investigation aiming to charac-terize the acoustic properties of innovative absorbing materials to be used in a new identified engine encapsulation solution. Both sound absorption and sound insulation properties of several selected materials were measured by using an impedance tube. A sound intensity method, as specified by ISO 15186 standard, was finally utilized to assess the sound insulation performance of prototypes of the acoustically-treated component. In the paper, the acoustic performances of the tested materials are compared with reference to standard polyurethane foam based materials, in order to identify more efficient engine encapsulation solutions both in terms of acoustic performance and ease of in-dustrialization. Keywords: absorption, engine encapsulation, transmission loss.


Wednesday July 10, 2019 12:30 - 12:50 EDT
Outremont 4
  T06 Industr. and occup. Noise & vib., SS04 Adv in machin noise & vibr cntrl