A source path contribution analysis on tire noise using particle velocity sensors


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Bree, H.E. de and Bekke, D.A. and Vries, J.H. de (2012) A source path contribution analysis on tire noise using particle velocity sensors. In: NAG-DAGA International Conference on Acoustics, 2009-03-23 - 2009-03-26, Rotterdam (pp. 1 - 2).

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Abstract:Road tire noise is an important topic of research where acoustic particle velocity based testing techniques can be expected to bring new insights. Modal analysis can be carried out using non contact particle velocity sensors, and PU sound probes can be used to measure the radiated sound without a need to use anechoic testing conditions. A further breakdown of the overall sound pressure levels measured in to its various sources can be made by applying a source path contribution analysis, using the PU probes to measure velocity, sound intensity and, for determining the reciprocal transfer path, the sound pressure. The concept of using this type of transfer path analysis will be outlined and illustrated by a tire noise case.
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