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Stanislav V. Belotserkovsky, Vladimir E. Tolskiy

The automobile mufflers: the modern requirements, tendencies of development, methods of calculations and tests

language: Russian

received 17.08.2001, published 08.10.2001

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ABSTRACT

1. The international requirements for vehicles noise levels become more and more stringent. In this situation the deep researches of the acoustic characteristics of exhaust system are required.
2. In this article the general requirements to exhaust system of automobile engines are examined.
3. The method and examples of calculation of the exhaust system acoustic characteristics are presented.
4. The experimental technique for determination of the required exhaust system efficiency is suggested. It serves for the achievement of the given level of external noise of the vehicles.
5. The comparative analysis of the automobile reactive mufflers and mufflers with active filler is carried out

8 pages, 4 figures

Сitation: Stanislav V. Belotserkovsky, Vladimir E. Tolskiy. The automobile mufflers: the modern requirements, tendencies of development, methods of calculations and tests. Electronic Journal “Technical Acoustics”, http://www.ejta.org, 2001, 4.

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STANISLAV V. BELOTSERKOVSKY - post-graduate, engineer at Vehicles and Engines Noise and Vibration Laboratory (NAMI, Moscow, Russia). Author of 5 scientific articles on automobile mufflers
E-mail: zopuhh(at)cityline.ru

 
 

VLADIMIR E. TOLSKIY - Corresponding Member of Academy of Transport of Russian Federation. Prof., Dr. Sc. (Tech.), head of the Vehicles and Engines Noise and Vibration Laboratory at NAMI (Moscow, Russia). Author of 5 monographs and 100 scientific articles on Automobile Vibration and Noise