Vibration Engineering for a Sustainable Future [electronic resource] : Active and Passive Noise and Vibration Control, Vol. 1 / edited by Sebastian Oberst, Benjamin Halkon, Jinchen Ji, Terry Brown
- Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2021.
- 1st ed. 2021.
- Physical Description:
- XXIX, 379 pages 244 illustrations, 196 illustrations in color : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Oberst, Sebastian, Halkon, Benjamin, Ji, Jinchen, Brown, Terry, and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Nonlinear Vibration of an Electrostatically Excited Capacitive Microplate -- Elimination of the High Frequency Whistle Noise of a Residential Ducted Air-Conditioning through its Dedicated Pipe Muffler Design -- A Novel and Intelligent Multi-Mode Switching Control Strategy of Active Suspension Systems with Energy Regeneration -- Design of the Circular-Type Pod Silencer with Annular Two-Layered Air-Passages for a High-Pressure Axial Flow Fan -- Optimal Control of Acoustic Radiation Power for a Triple-Walled Structure -- Vehicle System Dynamics and Control Towards Overcoming the Challenges of the Prediction of Brake Squeal Propensity -- Handling Dynamics of an Ultra-lightweight Vehicle during Load Variation -- A Hybrid Electromechanical Engine Mount Design -- A Hybrid Modeling Approach to Accurately Predict Vehicle Occupant Vibration Discomfort -- TPA Synthesis of Pass-By Noise by IIR Filters -- Jacques Cuenca and Fabio Bianciardi Motion and Vibration Control of Automotive Drivetrain with Control Cycle Limitation -- Measuring Road Conditions with an IMU and GPS Monitoring System -- A novel Controllable ElectromagneticVvariable Inertance Device for Vehicle Vibration Reduction -- Conceptual Design Model of Road Noise on Automotive Body in White Based on Energy Propagation -- Modeling and Measuring of Generated Axial Force for Automotive Drive Shaft Systems -- Optimization on Energy Management Strategy with Vibration Control for Hybrid Vehicles -- Modelling and Vibration Characteristics Analysis of a Parallel Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicle -- Model Validation of a Vehicle Fuel Tank for Modal Analysis -- Development of a Suspension Seat Using a Magneto-Spring and Free Play Damper -- Virtual Sensing Application Cases Exploiting Various Degrees Of Model Complexity -- Efficiency Analyze of a Dual-motor Electric Vehicle Powertrain -- Vibration and Control of Beams, Plates and Shells Numerical Analysis of Dynamic Hysteresis in Tape Springs as Flexible Appendages in Space Applications -- Adaptive Control of a StringPplate Coupled System -- Time-Delay Based Direct Wave Control of the Phononic Beam -- Free Vibration Analysis of Multilayer Skew Sandwich Spherical Shell Panels With Viscoelastic Material Cores and Isotropic Constraining Layers -- A Size-Dependent Variable-Kinematic Beam Model for Vibration Analysis of Functionally Graded Micro-Beams -- Vibration Analysis of a Viscoelastic Beam Equipped with a Resilient Impact Damper -- Vibration Analysis of a Beam with Both Ends Fixed Using Molecular Dynamics Method -- Numerical Investigation of Vibration Characteristics and Damping Properties of CNTs Based Viscoelastic Spherical Shell Structure -- Active and Passive Vibration Control Semi-active Vibration Suppression of a Structure by a Shear-type Damper Using Magnetorheological Grease -- A Comparison of Vibration Control Performance for the Electromagnetic Damper with Various Control Strategies -- Experiment and Numerical Investigations on a Vertical Isolation System with Quasi-Zero Stiffness Property -- Robust Vibration Control of an Overhead Crane by Elimination of the Natural Frequency Component -- Development of an Active Mass Damper Driven by an Amplitude Modulated Signal -- Recent Advances on Vibration Control of Engineering Structures Building Vibration Suppression through a Magnetorheological Variable Resonance Pendulum Tuned Mass Damper -- Dynamic Property Optimization of a Vibration Isolator with Quasi-Zero Stiffness -- Study on the Influence of Structural Nonlinearity on the Performance of Multi-Unit Impact Damper -- Design of a Quasi-Zero Stiffness System Based on Electromagnetic Vibration Isolation -- Active Noise Control for a Quieter Future Affine Combination of the Filtered-x LMS/F Algorithms for Active Control -- Experimental Study of the Virtual Sound Barrier Performance in Workplaces -- Active Control of Sound Transmission through an Aperture in a Thin Wall -- Real-Time Active Noise Control of Multi-Tonal Noise Based on Multiply Connected Single Adaptive Notch Filters -- A New Frequency Domain Adaptive Filter Coefficients Updating Method and Its Steady-state Performance in Frequency and Time Domain -- Effects of Reverberation on Active Noise Control Headrest Performance -- Zero Control Power Phenomena in the Minimization of Sound Power Using Multiple Control Sources.
- This volume presents the proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Vibration Conference (APVC) 2019, emphasizing work devoted to Vibration Engineering for a Sustainable Future. The APVC is one of the larger conferences held biannually with the intention to foster scientific and technical research collaboration among Asia-Pacific countries. The APVC provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, and students from, but not limited to, areas around the Asia-Pacific countries in a collegial and stimulating environment to present, discuss and disseminate recent advances and new findings on all aspects of vibration and noise, their control and utilization. All aspects of vibration, acoustics, vibration and noise control, vibration utilization, fault diagnosis and monitoring are appropriate for the conference, with the focus this year on the vibration aspects in dynamics and noise & vibration. This 18th edition of the APVC was held in November 2019 in Sydney, Australia. The previous seventeen conferences have been held in Japan ('85, '93, '07), Korea ('87, '97, '13), China ('89, '01, '11, '17), Australia ('91, '03), Malaysia ('95, '05), Singapore ('99), New Zealand ('09) and Vietnam ('15). The latest, state-of-the-art active and passive noise and vibration control related research from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond; Industry-relevant research as well as pioneering theoretical findings; Research required for a sustainable and quiet future for infrastructure, transportation and businesses.
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