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Analysis of Methods for Increase of Soundproofing Structure Efficiency for Noise Reduction During Technological Processes of Machinery Production

  • S. I. Gvozdkova
  • L. E. Shvartsburg
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME)

Abstract

Industrial noise is one of the factors that accompanies almost any production process. The main sources of industrial noise and the impact of this noise on human health are considered here. The adverse effects of noise predetermine the set of noise reduction measures taken by the designers of structures and technologies, specialists in the field of labour safety and comfort, and protection of the environment. The set of measures aimed at noise reduction is a variety of constructive techniques, technological and protective activities. The methods of protection from industrial noise in its generation source, as well as on the way of its transmission from its source to the subject of protection, are considered. The examples of the use of single-layer soundproofing structures are given. The options for the implementation of multilayer soundproofing structures to reduce industrial noise, consisting of several rigid and elastic layers, are provided. The purpose of the pilot study was to analyse the performance of soundproofing structures in the frequency range. The measurements were made for different types of soundproofing structures at different distances from the source of industrial noise. The results of the pilot study of the efficiency of different types of single-layer and multilayer soundproofing structures are presented.

Keywords

Noise Noise sources Noise reduction Sound insulation Efficiency Technological processes Machinery production 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Moscow State University of Technology, “STANKIN”MoscowRussia

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