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2005-05-16

Analysis of High Frequency Gear Whine Noise by Using an Inverse Boundary Element Method 2005-01-2304

Some of the frequencies of transmission gear whine noise reach up to several kHz. High-frequency gear whine noise is mostly transmitted by air (airborne); therefore, it is critical to reduce transmission radiation noise. This paper presents how to solve the problem of high-frequency noise in the range of 2.0 - 4.1kHz by experiment using Inverse Boundary Element Method (IBEM) and by computer simulation using Boundary Element Method (BEM).

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