Journals / SV / Vol.55, No.1


    Experimental Study of Effect of Temperature Variations on the Impedance Signature of PZT Sensors for Fatigue Crack Detection

    Saqlain Abbas1,2,*, Fucai Li1, Zulkarnain Abbas3,4, Taufeeq Ur Rehman Abbasi5, Xiaotong Tu6, Riffat Asim Pasha7
    Sound & Vibration, Vol.55, No.1, pp. 1-18, 2021, DOI:10.32604/sv.2021.013754
    Abstract Structural health monitoring (SHM) is recognized as an efficient tool to interpret the reliability of a wide variety of infrastructures. To identify the structural abnormality by utilizing the electromechanical coupling property of piezoelectric transducers, the electromechanical impedance (EMI) approach is preferred. However, in real-time SHM applications, the monitored structure is exposed to several varying environmental and operating conditions (EOCs). The previous study has recognized the temperature variations as one of the serious EOCs that affect the optimal performance of the damage inspection process. In this framework, an experimental setup is developed in current research to identify the presence of fatigue… More >


    Dynamic Modeling of the Feed Drive System of a CNC Metal Cutting Machine

    H. Heydarnia1,*, I. A. Kiselev1, M. M. Ermolaev2, S. Nikolaev3
    Sound & Vibration, Vol.55, No.1, pp. 19-30, 2021, DOI:10.32604/sv.2021.04410
    Abstract Studying the vibrational behavior of feed drive systems is important for enhancing the structural performance of computer numerical control (CNC) machines. The preload on the screw and nut position have a great influence on the vibration characteristics of the feed drive as two very important operational conditions. Rotational acceleration of the screw also affects the performance of the CNC feed drive when machining small parts. This paper investigates the influence of preload and nut position on the vibration characteristics of the feed drive system of a CNC metal cutting machine in order to be able to eliminate an observed resonance… More >


    Reducing Occupational Noise Propagated from Centrifugal Fan through Dissipative Silencers: A Field Study

    Ali Safari Variani1, Masoumeh Ghorbanide1, Sajad Zare2, Saeid Ahmadi1,*, Zahra Hashemi3
    Sound & Vibration, Vol.55, No.1, pp. 31-41, 2021, DOI:10.32604/sv.2021.08930
    Abstract Acoustic performance of dissipative silencer was evaluated to determine the effectiveness of perforated duct porosity and absorbent material density in reducing occupational noise exposure propagated from centrifugal fan. Design charts were applied to predict noise reduction and length of a dissipative silencer. Dissipative silencers with various punched duct porosity (14%, 30% and 40%) and sound absorbent density (80 Kg/m3, 120 Kg/m3, and 140 Kg/m3) were designed and fabricated. According to ISO9612 and ISO11820, noise level was measured before and after installing all nine test silencers at fixed workstations around the discharge side of a centrifugal fan in a manufacturing plant.… More >


    Performance Evaluation and Effectiveness of the Reverberation Room

    Mohamed Abd-Elbasseer*, Hatem Kh Mohamed
    Sound & Vibration, Vol.55, No.1, pp. 43-55, 2021, DOI:10.32604/sv.2021.09417
    Abstract This research presents a thorough evaluation of the reverberation room at Acoustics Laboratory in National Institute of Standards (NIS) according to the related international standards. The evaluation aims at examining the room performance and exploring its effectiveness in the frequency range from 125 Hz to 10000 Hz according to the international standard requirements. The room, which was designed and built several years ago, is an irregular rectangular shape free from diffusers. Its volume is about 158.84 m3, which meets the requirement of the ISO 354 standard Lmax < 1.9V1/3. Cut-off frequencies of one and one-third octave are 63 Hz and… More >


    Prediction and Limitations of Noise Maps Developed for Heterogeneous Urban Road Traffic Condition: A Case Study of Surat City, India

    Dipeshkumar R. Sonaviya*, Bhaven N. Tandel
    Sound & Vibration, Vol.55, No.1, pp. 57-68, 2021, DOI:10.32604/sv.2021.010715
    Abstract Road traffic noise pollution has been recognized as a serious issue which affects human health as well as affects urban regions. Noise maps are very beneficial to identify the impact of noise pollution. A noise mapping study performed to study the propagation of noise in tier-II city along with field measurements. The noise maps are developed using a computer simulation model (SoundPLAN essential 4.0 software). The noise prediction models like U.K’s CoRTN, Germany’s RLS-90, and their modified versions, which can be used for homogenous road traffic conditions, cannot be successfully applied in heterogeneous road traffic conditions of India. In developing… More >


    Assessment of Noise Exposure of Sawmill Workers in Southwest, Nigeria

    Abiola O. Ajayeoba1,*, Adewoye A. Olanipekun2, Wasiu A. Raheem3, Oluwaseun O. Ojo4, Ayowumi R. Soji–Adekunle4
    Sound & Vibration, Vol.55, No.1, pp. 69-85, 2021, DOI:10.32604/sv.2021.011639
    Abstract Economic wood processing employs the use of industrial machines for cutting, shaping, milling, and sawing timber, thereby leading to the generation of high levels of noise. Published data from empirical studies have categorized noise as an environmental hazard of global significance. Furthermore, noise exposure limits for different industries and all the industrial machines available has not been formally established as it presently exists in developed nations around the world. Therefore, this study assessed the daily exposure of sawmills workers to noise in Southwestern Nigeria. Reconnaissance surveys were first carried out in Osun, Oyo, Ondo, Ekiti, Lagos, and Ogun States to… More >

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