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Vibro-acoustics modal testing at NASA Langley Research Center

Vibro-acoustics modal testing at NASA Langley Research Center

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vibrational stress.,
  • Acoustics.,
  • Fuselages.,
  • Noise prediction (Aircraft),
  • Aircraft structures.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVibro acoustics modal testing at NASA Langley Research Center.
    StatementRichard S. Pappa, Jocelyn I. Pritchard, Ralph D. Buehrle.
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 1999-209319., NASA technical memorandum -- 209319.
    ContributionsPritchard, Jocelyn I., Buehrle, Ralph D., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18136407M

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Vibro-acoustics modal testing at NASA Langley Research Center Download PDF EPUB FB2

NASA/TM ARL-TR Vibro-Acoustics Modal Testing at NASA Langley Research Center • Richard S. Pappa Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Jocelyn I.

Pritchard U.S. Army Research Laboratory Vehicle Technology Directorate Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Ralph D. Buehrle Langley Research Center, Hampton, VirginiaFile Size: KB.

Vibro-Acoustics Modal Testing at NASA Langley Research Center Richard S. Pappa and Jocelyn I. Pritchard Structural Dynamics Branch NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA Ralph D. Buehrle Structural Acoustics Branch NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA ABSTRACT.

This paper summarizes on-going modal testing activities at the NASA Langley Research Center for two aircraft fuselage structures: a generic "aluminum testbed cylinder" (ATC) and a Beechcraft. This paper summarizes on-going modal testing activities at the NASA Langley Research Center for two aircraft fuselage structures: a generic ''aluminum testbed cylinder'' (ATC) and a Beechcraft Starship fuselage (BSF).

Subsequent acoustic tests will measure the interior noise field created by exterior mechanical and acoustic sources. This paper summarizes on-going modal testing activities at the NASA Langley Research Center for two aircraft fuselage structures: a generic "aluminum testbed cylinder" (ATC) and a Beechcraft Starship fuselage (BSF).

Subsequent acoustic tests will measure the interior noise field created by exterior mechanical and acoustic sources. Get this from a library. Vibro-acoustics modal testing at NASA Langley Research Center. [Richard S Pappa; Jocelyn I Pritchard; Ralph D Buehrle; Langley Research Center.].

Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia May NASA/TM ARL-TR Vibro-Acoustics Modal Testing at NASA Langley Research Center Richard S. Pappa Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Jocelyn I.

Pritchard U.S. Army Research Laboratory Vehicle Technology Directorate Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Ralph. The Aeroacoustics Branch located at the NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC), is one branch within the NASA Langley Research Directorate. The Aeroacoustics Branch plans and conducts research aimed at understanding and accurately predicting the noise from any air vehicle configuration as well as defining and demonstrating concepts for air vehicle noise reduction.

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By Richard Pappa Langley, Jocelyn I. Pritchard and Ralph D. Buehrle Abstract This paper summarizes on-going modal testing activities at the NASA Langley Research Center for two aircraft fuselage structures: a generic "aluminum testbed cylinder" (ATC) and.

The FAA recently gave researchers at NASA Langley the green light to fly drones at a test range on the center. The NASA Langley Research Center Curved Duct Test Rig (CDTR) is designed to test aircraft engine nacelle liner samples in an environment approximating that of the engine on a scale that approaches the full scale dimensions of the aft bypass duct.

The modal content of the sound in the duct can be determined and the modal content of the sound. Richard S. Pappa. NASA Characterisation and tracking of membrane surfaces at NASA Langley Research Centre.

Vibro-Acoustics Modal Testing at NASA Langley Research Center. The Structural Acoustics Branch is housed in the Acoustics Research Laboratory (ARL) at NASA Langley Research Center.

Facilities in the ARL are used to conduct acoustic studies of aircraft components and models and to conduct subjective acoustic studies involving human test subjects. Full text of "Comparison of Modal Analysis Methods Applied to a Vibro-Acoustic Test Article" See other formats COMPARISON OF MODAL ANALYSIS METHODS APPLIED TO A VIBRO-ACOUSTIC TEST ARTICLE Jocelyn Pritchard Research Engineer Structural Dynamics Branch NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA Ralph Buehrle Senior Research Engineer Structural Acoustics Branch NASA Langley Research Center.

The Langley Research Center Telecommunications System (LaTS) is an on-premise digital telephone system manufactured by ROLM, Inc., and managed and maintained by the Communications and Computer Systems Branch (CCSB), Information Systems and Services Division (ISSD).

at the University of western Australia in Perth. From he is working as a research professor at the Institute of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His main interests include vibro-acoustics, fluid induced noise, duct acoustics, active noise control, smart acoustic materials and structures.

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This damper is remotely adjustable with self-tuning capabilities being developed. ACOUSTICAL TESTING LABORATORY: The Acoustical Testing Laboratory was used to evaluate the performance of mufflers for the air turbines used to drive engine simulators at Glenn Research Center.

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The 4 th generation aero-acoustic laboratory was the world’s first NVLAP accredited (Lab Code ) laboratory for the testing of silencers. Today, Vibro-Acoustics is maintaining industry leadership with a 5th generation NVLAP accredited (Lab Code .En-route sonic boom (current research focus) Airport noise: fixed wing and rotorcraft; Facility Document.

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