Evaluation of the Acoustic Intensity Approach to identify Transmission Paths in Aircraft Structures 830734
The new two-microphone acoustic intensity technique has been applied to the determination of the transmission paths of sound into an airplane cabin interior. It appears that, provided sufficient care is taken in the measurements, accurate quantitative information can be obtained with this technique on the dominant paths of acoustic energy transmission. This information can be used to make design changes to the fuselage wall to reduce interior cabin noise.
Citation: Crocker, M., Heitman, K., and Wang, Y., "Evaluation of the Acoustic Intensity Approach to identify Transmission Paths in Aircraft Structures," SAE Technical Paper 830734, 1983, https://doi.org/10.4271/830734. Download Citation
M. J. Crocker, K. E. Heitman, Y. S. Wang
Ray W. Herrick Laboratories, School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University