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V. Kirpichnikov, D. Lyapunov, V. Savenko

Influence of resonances in ship hull, in ship structures and in compartments on noise in outer water

language: Russian

received 07.02.2007, published 01.03.2007

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ABSTRACT

Influence of resonant phenomena on ship noise in outer water is studied experimentally. Experiments are carried out on large-scale model of a ship. The results of experiments on influence of resonant phenomena in ship hull, in internal ship structures and in ship compartments are analyzed. It is shown that resonant phenomena should be taken into account when noise control measures are designed in order to decrease noise in water caused by ship engines and equipment.

Keywords: ship acoustics, noise control, vibration, noise in water, resonance

13 pages, 15 figures

Сitation: V. Kirpichnikov, D. Lyapunov, V. Savenko. Influence of resonances in ship hull, in ship structures and in compartments on noise in outer water. Electronic Journal “Technical Acoustics”, http://www.ejta.org, 2007, 7.

REFERENCES

1. V. Kirpichnikov, D. Lyapunov, V. Savenko. On influence of resonance phenomena at inside shell structures on vibration and sound radiation of transport means shells. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Transport Noise and Vibration, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1994, pp. 365-368.


 

Valery Kirpichnikov - professor, Doctor of Science, head of section at Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute. Scientific interest: ship acoustics; generation and propagation of vibration and sound in ship structures, sound radiation, noise control on ships.

 
 

Dmitry Lyapunov - head of some experimental facilities at Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, Ph.D. Scientific interest: experimental techniques in ship acoustics.

 
 

Valentin Savenko - deputy head of laboratory at Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute, Ph.D. Scientific interest: ship acoustics, noise control on ships.