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Prediction of the acoustic pressure above periodically uneven facings in industrial workplaces

Abstract : The aim of this work is to predict sound pressure in front of wall facings based on periodic sound scattering surface profiles. The method involves investigating plane wave reflections randomly incident upon an uneven surface. The waveguide approach is well suited to the geometries usually encountered in industrial workplaces. This method simplifies the profile geometry by using elementary rectangular volumes. The acoustic field in the profile interstices can then be expressed as the superposition of waveguide modes. In past work, walls considered are of infinite dimensions and are subjected to a periodic surface profile in only one direction. We therefore generalise this approach by extending its applicability to ''double-periodic'' wall facings. Free-field measurements have been taken and the observed agreement between numerical and experimental results supports the validity of the waveguide method.
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Joël Ducourneau, L. Bos, V. Planeau, Adil Faiz, Salah Lami, et al.. Prediction of the acoustic pressure above periodically uneven facings in industrial workplaces. Journal of Sound and Vibration, Elsevier, 2010, 329 (11), pp.2276 - 2290. ⟨10.1016/j.jsv.2009.12.028⟩. ⟨hal-01755150⟩



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