Automotive wheel and tyre design for suppression of acoustic cavity noise through the incorporation of passive resonators

Tyre cavity noise is a narrow band, high amplitude resonance which occurs when the sound waves in a car tyre oscillate back and forth in one direction with a low loss factor. Manufacturers add damping materials to vehicles, due to the difficulty of reducing the source noise, or mitigating the transm...

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Main Author: Daniel O'Boy
Format: Default Article
Published: 2019
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