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Membrane covered duct lining for high-frequency noise attenuation: Prediction using a Chebyshev collocation method
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10.1121/1.2977743
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FIG. 1.

Geometry and domain decomposition for the ChC method. The duct height is and only the lower symmetrical half is solved. The cavity is covered by a membrane and is filled with a sound absorption material of dimensional flow resistivity .

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FIG. 2.

Comparison of the error for the transmitted wave between the spectral method of ChC and the FD4. The sandwiched segment has , , and . is the number of grids per wavelength.

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FIG. 3.

Comparison of convergence for three methods for a drumlike silencer with the parameter setting of Eq. (23) and . (a) Energy conservation error for FEM and ChC. (b) Contour of the truncation error of FGa measured in TL relative to the most accurate result calculated by ChC with . (c) The slow FGa convergence with respect to for .

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FIG. 4.

Comparison of FGa (solid line, ) and ChC solutions (-○-, ) for (a) vertical particle velocity across the duct and for (b) fluid loading along the membrane.

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FIG. 5.

(a) The capturing of a spectral peak using FGa (dashed lines) of various numbers of modes and ChC with various ranging from 4 (solid line) and 6 (open circles) to 16 (solid line). (b) Vertical acoustic particle velocity distribution in the duct for the peak frequency of 0.126 804 991 with .

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FIG. 6.

Comparison of (a) accuracy and (b) CPU time performance between ChC and FEM for a dissipative system at high frequency. The parameters are set in Eq. (24).

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FIG. 7.

Calibration of the DtN boundary condition by comparison with the known solution, Eq. (30), for the higher-order duct acoustics modes. The square domain of size is discretized by Gauss–Lobatto grids.

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FIG. 8.

Spectral comparison between the optimal membrane covered duct lining with , , and the optimal pure duct lining with .

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FIG. 9.

Acoustic field for a membrane covered duct lining for the best setting for , , and . (a) SPL distribution in the duct passage. (b) Vertical velocity distribution in the duct (upper) and cavity (lower) regions, joined together by the membrane interface.

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FIG. 10.

Analysis of the effect of membrane on the lining. (a) Sound intensity across the membrane interface. (b) Plane-wave mode variation with distance. (c) First mode for the half-passage as defined by Eq. (33).

Tables

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TABLE I.

List of solutions required in the domain decomposition method.

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Scitation: Membrane covered duct lining for high-frequency noise attenuation: Prediction using a Chebyshev collocation method
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/124/5/10.1121/1.2977743
10.1121/1.2977743
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