1980-02-01

Diesel Engine Sound Reduction by Dynamic Structural Modeling 800409

This paper presents a procedure for reducing diesel engine sound levels by combining analytical models and test data. Four elements previously analyzed individually; 1) structure modal characteristics, 2) forcing functions, 3) dynamic response, and 4) acoustical radiation were combined to accurately predict changes in diesel engine sound levels due to structural modifications.

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