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Modeling, measurement and control of ventilation and cooling fan noise, VKI LS 2013-05, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-051-5

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An important subsystem in surface transportation vehicles (rail bound, automotive and heavy duty) is the cooling unit. The stringent EU6 emission limits expected to come into effect will increase dramatically the demand for cooling power in road vehicles without accepting a noise penalty. Quieter and more efficient cooling systems are also required for building ventilation, electronic cooling equipments amongst others. Manufacturers need innovative methods for reducing costs of development and testing and thus further improving their competitiveness in the global market.

In that context, the concluding FP7 project ECOQUEST has permitted a number of major improvements of various aeroacoustic modeling approaches. These include more accurate fast-running analytical and semi-empirical methods, innovative blade design technique, novel acoustic modeling of heat exchangers, passive noise mitigation strategies based on smart micro-perforate materials, and advanced numerical simulation of the above components. The Lecture Series exposes in a pedagogic layout the advanced concepts developed jointly by a consortium of leading research institutes, academia and industries.

  • SCHRAM, C. – von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    An introduction to linear acoustics and flow noise at low Mach numbers
  • ROGER, M. – Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
    Linearized methods for broadband fan noise prediction
  • ÅBOM, M. & ALLAM, S. – KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Multi-port methods for duct acoustics
  • BODÉN, H. & GLAV, R. – KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Noise control in ducts
  • KUCUKCOSKUN, K. & TOURNOUR, M. – von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium & LMS International, Belgium
    Boundary element methods for fan noise scattering
  • BAMBERGER, K. & CAROLUS, T. – University of Siegen, Germany
    Innovative blade design
  • ALLAM, S. & ÅBOM, M. – KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
    Heat exchanger modeling and innovative passive noise control of cooling fan noise

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