Noise Absorption Behavior of Aluminum Honeycomb Composite 2020-28-0453
Natural fibers are one of the major ways to improve environmental pollution. In this study experimental investigation and simulation of honeycomb filled with cotton fabric, wood dust and polyurethane were carried out. This study determines the potential use of cotton fabric, wood dust as good sound absorbers. Automotive industries are looking forward to materials that have good acoustic properties, lightweight, strong and economical. This study provides a better understanding of sound-absorbing material with other mechanical properties. With simulation and experimental results, validation of works provides a wider industrial application for the interior of automotive industries including marine, aviation, railway industry and many more.
Citation: Prajapati, A., Sanjay, D., and Bhaskara Rao, L., "Noise Absorption Behavior of Aluminum Honeycomb Composite," SAE Technical Paper 2020-28-0453, 2020. Download Citation