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  • Noise Reduction and Isolation
    Controlling noise, grounding, and signal interference information.
  • Vibratory Feeder Noise Reduction
    , and subsequently,. increased demand. The increased demand drives the. pursuit of ever-increasing speeds and the cycle repeats. As. production machinery is pressed for faster and faster speed,. machine cycle rates increase, vibration increases, and there. is a corresponding increase in noise levels.
  • Noise Reduction by Ferrite Cores
    In any current monitoring application noise may be capacitively coupled to the. outer shield of the current monitor. The coupled voltage causes current to flow. on the cable shield which in turn produces a voltage at the oscilloscope input. ground. This voltage appears as an erroneous part
  • Passive noise reduction - options for axial and centrifugal fans, Appliance DESIGN, February 2015
    One undisputed requirement for a high performance system is the. ability to closely match its output to the actual demand. Comfort, health, process variance, sound emissions, and energy performance benefit from enabling motors for variable speed operation. What are the potential side effects of this
  • Characterizing Cabin Noise
    Directives to assess and minimize cabin noise have become a top priority for the aerospace industry. From large. commercial jets, to helicopters, to small propeller aircraft the need is the same, which is for a reduction of cabin. noise. This is critical to the commercial success
  • Applications of SmartFan Technology
    Benefits of using SmartFan include acoustical noise reduction, environmental (humidity, temperature or pressure) regulation, greater product reliability, increased fan life, improved safety and energy savings. Applications that demonstrate these benefits are described below.
  • Understanding Acoustics
    Understanding acoustics, specifically indoor acoustics is important for your interaction with a soundproofing company. Three important acoustical concepts must be understood: decibels (dB), Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC).
  • Make Accurate Sub-1 dB Make Accurate Sub-1 dB Part 1: Noise Concepts
    . The accurate measurement of. the receiver's noise performance is of. paramount importance in the assessment of. its suitability for reliable communications. This concern is compounded by the fact that. modern RF systems are increasingly powered. by batteries which necessitates the reduction

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  • Handbook of Noise and Vibration Control Complete Document
    new topic of active noise reduction is also here.
  • Noise and Vibration Mitigation for Rail Transportation Systems
    Advancements in Noise and Vibration Abatement to Support the Noise Reduction Strategy of Deutsche Bahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Radiation Dose from Multidetector CT
    Part II deals with risk issues with CT, and several technical aspects of CT radiation dose management with new chapters on iterative reconstruction techniques, noise reduction filters, hardware develop- ments for dose optimization, tube potential adjustments for dose reduction, and an unbiased …
  • Noise and Vibration Mitigation for Rail Transportation Systems
    The IWRN9 contributions give state-of-the-art answers to such questions and ad- dress general rolling noise aspects, new noise reduction technologies, prediction tools and theoretical models, high-speed trains, ground-borne vibrations, cost-benefit con- siderations of noise abatement as …
    Mr. Frank Iacovino of Acentech, Inc., provided technical support in the measurement of wheel squeal noise reduction effectiveness of rail vibration dampers at the MBTA, for which Phoenix, USA, provided rail vibration dampers and hard- ware for testing.
  • Handbook of Engineering Acoustics
    It is directed not only toward specialists and students of Technical Acoustics, but rather toward engineers in all domains, e.g., mechanical engineering, process engineering, traffic systems or civil engineering, who deal with the topic of noise reduction .
  • Infrasound Monitoring for Atmospheric Studies
    This was made more difficult by the necessity to connect some of these sensors to noise reducing pipes.
  • Springer Handbook of Speech Processing
    43 Fundamentals of Noise Reduction J. Chen, J. Benesty, Y. Huang, E. J. Diethorn ..............................................