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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2009;10(1): 79-85.
INTERIOR SOUND FIELD REFINEMENT OF A PASSENGER CAR USING MODIFIED PANEL ACOUSTIC CONTRIBUTION ANALYSIS
X. HAN, Y.-J. GUO, H.-D. YU, P. ZHU
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
ABSTRACT
Panel acoustic contribution analysis (PACA) is a practical engineering tool for the reduction of interior structure-borne noise in passenger cars. In this study, the current PACA method has been improved for sound field refinement of the entire interior. Two new parameters, the "acoustic contribution sum" and the "total sound field contribution", are introduced to analyze the interior sound field characterized with multiple field points and sound pressure peaks,{{br}}and to evaluate the integrated acoustic contributions of auto body panels. In addition, a systematic methodology for automotive interior sound field refinement is also proposed on the basis of the modified PACA method. An example of a passenger car model demonstrates the application of the sound-field-refinement methodology and shows the advantage of using damping layers at optimum locations on the auto body. The example also shows that the modified PACA method has practical significance for refining the interior sound field and decreasing added mass in accord with the trend towards lightweight auto bodies.
Key Words: Automotive interior sound field, Structure-borne noise, Refinement, Modified PACA method
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