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  1. Noise and Vibration Control Student: Maxim I. Afanasyev Supervisor: Dr. Vyacheslav V. Potekhin JASS 2008 St.Petersburg State Polytechnic University -2008-

  2. Noise Reducion In Habitable CompartmentOf International Space Station

  3. Contents - Introduction(Actuality of Problem) - Sound and Vibration Theory - Sound and Vibration Control Systems - Noise Reducion In Habitable Compartment of International Space Station

  4. Introduction The study of sound and it’s “friend” noise is closely related to the study of vibration. SOUND VIBRATION When trying to reduce noise it is often a problem in trying to reduce vibration.

  5. Desirable. . . Vibration and sound are occasionally desirable, for example the motion of: the tuning fork the reed the cone of a loudspeaker

  6. …or not! More often, vibration is undesirable, wasting energy and creating unwanted sound – noise! The vibrational motions of engines, electric motors, other mechanical devices which are usually the results of imbalance in rotating parts, uneven friction, meshing gear, etc. are typically unwanted!

  7. Vibration Mechanical oscillations about an equilibrium point.

  8. Oscillations PERIODIC RANDOM

  9. Waves Longitudinal Transverse

  10. Sound Physically, sound is vibrational mechanical energy that propagates through matter as a wave. Can travel through gases, liquids, solids except for vacuum!

  11. PROPERTIES - Frequency - Wavelength - Period - Amplitude - Intensity - Speed - Direction - Polarization(for transverse)

  12. Sound Pressure Level The difference between the actual pressure in the medium and the average, or equilibrium pressure of the medium at that location. Can be measured by microphone in air and hydrophone in water.

  13. Examples

  14. Perception of Sound For humans, hearing is limited to frequencies between about 20 Hz and 20000 Hz, with the upper limit generally decreasing with age.

  15. Losing Hearing Abilities With Age Women Men

  16. Noise

  17. Vibratio illness Hearing deteri-oration Neuritis Memory loss NOISE & VIBRATION Irritability Indifference Apathy

  18. German experiment

  19. Ways to Reduce Vibration AVC – is the active application of force in an equal and opposite fashion to the forces imposed by external vibration. PVC – reducing vibration by excluding vibration sources, using special damping materials and other implementations without applying of physical force to the source of vibration.

  20. Active Vibration Control AVC makes it possible to achieve unequal performances in areas where passive methods have shown their limits. Usually AVC system consists of: -

  21. Active Damping Device • Consists of: • Vibration sensor • Inertial actuator • Controller • Advantages: • Simple&compact design • Stand alone device • Wide-band structural damping • Insensitive to structural uncertainty • - Simple implementation

  22. Semi-Active Suspension Control Module The ASC improves the vehicle suspension(avoids discomfort when pushing either acceleration or brake pedal)by using an active strategy as an additional layer to the actual passive suspension.

  23. Piezoelectric Motors • PM use the friction between a mobile part and a vibrating part in order to create either a linear or a rotational motion. • Advantages: • Low voltage requirements(usually ~10V) • - Can be integrated into both linear and rotating devices

  24. Active Tendon Control of Bridges The control is based on a force sensor measuring the tension in the cable collocated with the active tendon. Experiment done by

  25. Noise Reducion In Habitable CompartmentOf International Space Station

  26. The Problemacity The noise in habitable compartments of manned spacevehicles, considerably exceeds the normative values adopted according to standard SSP 50094. The unique way of normalisation of a noise on space objects is a reduction of noise sources of and increase of dissipative properties of designs and constructions due to additional vibration-damping and the sound-absorbing linings. The increased noise and vibration levels are the factors influencing at health, serviceability and psychological condition of crews of manned space vehicles. Noise level in the inhabited module of International Space Station by results of measurements achieved 74 dB(A)!

  27. The Source • The main noise and vibration sources at the space station are life-support and environment control systems including: • Fans • Pumps • Air filters • Dust absorbers • Other equipment • These sources of noise work continuously. • The sound field inside space station is complicated with two factors: first the cabin has the elongated form, and second it is connected to transitive compartments and cabins which are not closed. Hence all cabins of station are necessary for considering as unified acoustic space.

  28. Calculation Methods • Modern vibroacoustics uses some basic approaches for performance of the calculations basing: • Wave theory of acoustics • Geometrical theory of acoustics • - Statistical theory of acoustics

  29. Wave Theory of Acoustics The wave acoustics observes sound from a position of rigorous physical task. The wave theory gives an exact picture of sound fields in a room, but it is very difficult and extraordinary rigorous to borders of reflection that makes its difficult and far from practice. The wave theory is frequently applied to the account of resonant phenomena.

  30. Geometrical Theory of Acoustics The geometrical acoustics is more evident, it operates with concept of a sound ray. The flat wave differs that property, that the direction of its propagation and amplitude are identical in space. Certainly, any sound waves have no this property. The sound field represents as the rays constructed under laws of optics. At the big number of reflections geometrical acoustics becomes complicated. Methods of geometrical acoustics are applied if the length of a sound ray more or equal to length of a sound wave.

  31. Statistical Theory of Acoustics The greatest application for calculations of sound fields in rooms was found with the statistical theory, offered by Sebin who has connected physical characteristics of the closed volume with engineering methods of calculations. The statistical theory bases on representation of a sound field in the closed volume as diffuse field. Occurrence of a diffuse sound field in a room is caused by presence of the big number of reflections; thus the amplitude and the phase of each reflection is not taken into account, and also presence of interferences and resonances is excluded. It allows to apply methods of power summation at calculations, meaning energetical summarising Sound Power Levels of points in room.

  32. Math Model International Space Station includes some modules. Each module includes the equipment radiating noise, which brings contribution to a sound field both in this module and in to other modules. For calculation of an expected noisiness we shall present the ISS as a system consisting of noise sources, channels of propagation of air-borne noise and secondary noise sources. Sound power of noise sources can be counted constant in time and dependent only from frequency.

  33. Sound Pressure Level The total sound pressure level in the specific point from various noise sources can be calculated by equation: where is the sound pressure level from single j-th noise source, dB.

  34. Complexity In the closed volume the contribution of each noise sources to formation of sound field in the specific point is determined depending on parameters of a volume and the geometrical sizes of a source, from a directivity of radiation of sources, characteristics of a sound absorption and soundproofing properties of the panels located for a way of sound propagation.

  35. Total SPL • Directivity of noise source • Spatial angle of radiation • Distance from j-th source up to a specific point, m • - Dependence on relation of distance from a noise source up to a specific point to the size of a source • - Computational volume • Disturbance of a sound field in a closed volume • - Sound isolation of k-th interior panel protecting noise propagation from j-th source to some point, dB • - Arrangement of protecting interior panel in relation to specific point in space

  36. Experimental Results For comparison of theoretical and experimental results of sound pressure levels the points located along an axis of a module were offered(1-6):

  37. Experimental Results Comparison of results has shown a divergence of values within the limits of 1-3 dB in frequency range, that it is possible to count it acceptable. Experimental data is shown below:

  38. Experimental results of sound pressure levels

  39. Results • The below listed works have been done: • Fans changed to less noisy ones • Air hoses covered with special preventing noise and vibration material • - New interior panels used • As a result of this work noise was reduced on amount of 4 dB(A), which is stated to be a very good result.

  40. Conclusion This project still has the area to work at. But besides the results achieved during what was already done, another important approach was made- an idea of new noise limit standarts appeared!