Sound radiation from composite plates
Aygun, H. (2021). Sound radiation from composite plates. Acoustics 2021. Institute of Acoustics, Silbury Court, 406 Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 2AF 11 - 12 Oct 2021 The Institute of Acoustics.
The vibration of the plates that are made of isotropic and homogeneous materials has been an important subject in the study of noise control, in the aeronautical industry, in the study of fluid-solid interactions and in building construction. It is aimed to investigate the vibrational and acoustical parameters of thin composite plates that are made of fibreglass. A thin, baffled plate of dimension a x b and uniform thickness h, excited by an uniform force density is considered. Vibroacoustical properties of thin clamped composite plate have been reported. The deflection of composite plate has been predicted at different locations on the plate using the classical theory of plate vibration while computational simulations have been carried out to determine deformations of the plate in 3D for different frequency ranges for two boundary conditions.
|plate vibration, sound radiation, composite plates
|Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics
|The Institute of Acoustics
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|Accepted author manuscript
|11 Oct 2021
|Publication process dates
|11 Oct 2021
|06 Oct 2021
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings
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