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Abstract A multiple resolution cross-correlation (MRXcorr) procedure was created to align 6-degree-of-freedom (DOF) whole-body vibration (WBV) data time histories collected at the operator/set interface (OSI) and chassis of mobile forestry machinery. Three validation tests were conducted to...
Abstract The present research involved a numerical analysis of the influence of the rotational and translational flexibilities of sound-transmitting panel edges in a two-dimensional cavity-panel system on the transmitted sound field under active control. We considered full coupling between the...
Abstract The statistical distribution of normal hearing thresholds for pure tones in the low-frequency (LF) region was estimated as a function of frequency, using a similar procedure to that used in an earlier work by the authors Kurakata et al., . First, the distribution of individual LF...
Abstract Environmental noise from energy industry facilities in Alberta, Canada, is regulated by the province's Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) (until 2008 known as the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board [EUB]) as set out in Directive 038: Noise Control. The 2007 edition of the...
Abstract Aiming at the problem of unstable hovering of the maglev train on the steel guideway, tests were made on the natural vibration frequencies of this maglev system. Moreover, the authors make the strength calculation, the modal analysis and the interaction analysis between vehicle and the...
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