1970-02-01

Control of Diesel Engine Exhaust Noise 700701

The contribution of exhaust noise to total vehicle noise is identified by isolation and near field techniques. Control of exhaust noise by using the principles of absorptive, reactive, and dispersive mufflers and their combinations is examined. Guidelines are presented to help the engine designer in the selection of mufflers within the design limitations of size, weight, and engine performance loss.

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