Posts Tagged with Helmholtz Resonators

Perforated Liner Tuned Acoustic Absorbers

In many noise control applications, the offending noise occurs only in a narrow range of frequencies or even at a single frequency. Noise generated by industrial machines/equipment mostly falls in this category. For such situations, it is possible to design a sound absorption system that is “tuned” to those target frequencies. One of the most […]

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Effectiveness of Adjacent Reactive Absorbers

In some sound absorption applications, it is necessary to use more than one reactive absorbers (such as quarter-wave tubes or Helmholtz resonators) all tuned to the same frequency. Close placement of these resonators can have an adverse impact on their effectiveness. When such devices are placed along the direction of variation in the shape of […]

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Active, Tuned Acoustic Damper/ Absorber

DEICON’s patented, feedback-controlled, electronic acoustic absorber is highly effective in reducing the boominess of sound at frequencies corresponding to offending (coloring) standing waves of an enclosed space. The controller which can be realized by a tunable, analog circuit or a high-speed micro-controller can be tuned to one or multiple low frequencies either to dampen the […]

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