Modeling interior noise in off-highway trucks using statistical energy analysis
Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
The objective of this project was to model and study the interior noise in an Off-Highway Truck cab using Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA). The analysis was performed using two different modeling techniques. In the first method, the structural members of the cab were modeled along with the panels and the interior cavity. In the second method, the structural members were not modeled and only the acoustic cavity and panels were modeled. Comparison was done between the model with structural members and without structural members to evaluate the necessity of modeling the structure. Correlation between model prediction of interior sound pressure and test data was performed for eight different load conditions. Power contribution analysis was performed to find dominant paths and 1/3rd octave band frequencies.
SAE Technical Papers
Modeling interior noise in off-highway trucks using statistical energy analysis.
SAE Technical Papers.
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