Nikhilesh Patil

Nikhilesh Patil
University of Salford · Acoustics Research Centre

PhD Building and vibroacoustics

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April 2014 - April 2017
University of Salford
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Publications (8)
Thesis
The thesis concerns with the development of novel measurement methods for characterisation and diagnosis of airborne sound transmission through building partitions. Using standard tests, the airborne sound insulation of partitions can be measured as the Sound Reduction Index ‘SRI’. While the SRI provides the frequency dependence of sound insulation...
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Airborne sound transmission through building elements or the sound insulation of the building element is usually rated by its Sound Reduction Index (SRI) or the Sound Transmission Class (STC). SRI/STC quantifies the overall sound transfer but gives no information about how the transfer takes place and what are the contributions of different sound t...
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The airborne sound transmission through a building element such as a partition/panel is governed by the sound insulation of the partition, or the resistance the partition provides to the incident sound. Typically the airborne sound insulation of the wall is rated by a single number quantity given as the Sound Reduction Index (SRI) or the Sound Tran...
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The sound insulation of a building element is usually rated by relevant parts of ISO 101401 to give a single number quantity Rw - the Sound Reduction Index (SRI). These standard tests however, do not provide any information on how the sound is transferred through such an element or the contribution of the transfer paths involved to the total sound...
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The airborne sound insulation of a partition is measured by relevant parts of ISO 10140 to thereby give a single number quantity Rw-the Sound Reduction Index (SRI). These standard tests however, do not provide any information on how the sound is transferred through the partition or the contribution of the transfer paths involved to the total sound...
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Transfer Path Analysis methods are one of the most widely used techniques for diagnostic testing of structural and airborne sound transmission. Although widely used in the automotive sector, these methods however have not been adopted in the Building Acoustics domain and the paper intends to explore their usability in this context. Commonly used In...
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Analysis, design, and testing of a Magneto-Rheological Fluid (MRF) based finite Squeeze Film Damper (SFD) integrated in a rotor-bearing system are presented herein. In numerical simulations, Reynolds equation for a finite MRF SFD has been solved to obtain the film pressure and consequently stiffness and damping coefficients. A mathematical model fo...
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Analysis, design, and testing of a Magneto-Rheological Fluid (MRF) based finite Squeeze Film Damper (SFD) integrated in a rotor-bearing system are presented herein. In numerical simulations, Reynolds equation for a finite MRF SFD has been solved to obtain the film pressure and consequently stiffness and damping coefficients. A mathematical model fo...

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