Experiments and Modeling for Quantifying Noise Sources in Hydraulic Pumps

@inproceedings{Opperwall2015ExperimentsAM,
  title={Experiments and Modeling for Quantifying Noise Sources in Hydraulic Pumps},
  author={Timothy Opperwall and Andrea Vacca Maha},
  year={2015}
}
  • Timothy Opperwall, Andrea Vacca Maha
  • Published 2015
The objectives of the current research are to quantify noise transmissions from the internal sources in hydraulic gear pumps and basic hydraulic systems. This is accomplished through both experimental and modeling-based approaches that build upon the prior work and test facilities at the Maha Fluid Power Research Center. The experimental techniques developed as part of this work are useful for determining key features of noise generation and propagation, and are also applied in order to improve… CONTINUE READING

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The goal of the combined simulation and experimental investigation is to go beyond the ISO standards for sound power and simple noise measurements by developing new experimental methods and analyses in order to determine the underlying phenomena behind the noise propagation through the system with the goal of driving improvements both in modeling and in design of new quieter displacement machines .
The goal of the combined simulation and experimental investigation is to go beyond the ISO standards for sound power and simple noise measurements by developing new experimental methods and analyses in order to determine the underlying phenomena behind the noise propagation through the system with the goal of driving improvements both in modeling and in design of new quieter displacement machines .
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