Wind Tunnel Test to Determine Pantograph Noise Contribution on a High-speed Train 2020-01-1517
In this study, we investigated the characteristics and the influence of the aero-acoustic noise generated from a pantograph using various experimental approaches in a wind tunnel. First, the noise generated at various flow velocities was measured and analyzed using a full-scale pantograph model. Then, the noise generated from the main position of the pantograph was derived using a microphone array attached to one side of a wind tunnel. The noise contributions of the main components of the pantograph were derived from the noise measurements obtained from a step-by-step disassembly of the full-scale model.Through this study, we have investigated the aero-acoustic noise contribution of the major components of a pantograph, and we have developed effective noise-reduction measures for the panhead collector.
Korea Railroad Research Institute
11th International Styrian Noise, Vibration & Harshness Congress: The European Automotive Noise Conference
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