RIT PG Con-18

IMPLEMENTATION OF TWO-CAVITY METHOD FOR MEASURING THE FLOW RESISTIVITY OF ACOUSTIC MATERIAL (20150552)

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Abstracts : Acoustic materials are characterized according to their macroscopic and microscopic properties. The sound absorption co-efficient and the air-flow resistivity are of paramount importance among those used to describe the acoustic behaviour of materials. There are several methods developed for measuring the air-flow resistivity of acoustic material. The aim of this paper is to study the existing static flow resistivity measurement methods and then accordingly implement a suitable indirect method based on standard impedance tube. The flow resistivity measurements are carried out for additive manufactured ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) sample, foam and glass fibre using the two-cavity method. There are certain similarities observed in their results. Further analysis of the raw impedance data is carried out and conclusions are drawn pertaining to the performance and feasibility of the implemented method
Pages : 365-368
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Modified Date : 2018-04-22
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M. B. Mandale , Deepak C. Akiwate , "IMPLEMENTATION OF TWO-CAVITY METHOD FOR MEASURING THE FLOW RESISTIVITY OF ACOUSTIC MATERIAL", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, RIT PG Con-18, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 365-368
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