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|Title: ||Experimental Investigation of Active Noise Controller for Internal Combustion Engine Exhaust System|
|Authors: ||Wu, Jian-Da;Chen, Chih-Keng;Lee, Chun-Ying;Lee, Tian-Hua|
|Keywords: ||Engine exhaust system;Acoustics;Active noise control;Digital filter|
|Issue Date: ||2014-04-29T07:26:00Z
|Publisher: ||The Japan Society of Applied Physics|
|Abstract: ||Two active noise control (ANC) algorithms for internal combustion engine exhaust systems are developed and their performances are compared in various experiments. The first controller is based on the filtered-x least mean square (FXLMS) algorithm with feedback neutralization, while the second is a fixed controller with a gain-scheduled active control technique for broadband attenuation with thermal effects. Both control algorithms are implemented on a digital signal processing (DSP) platform. Experiments are carried out to evaluate the attenuation performance of the proposed active noise control systems for an engine exhaust system. The results of the experiments indicate that both the adaptive controller and the gain-scheduled controller effectively suppress the noise of engine exhaust systems. The experimental comparison and analysis of the proposed|
controllers are also described.
|Relation: ||Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 41(10): 6228-6235|
|Appears in Collections:||[車輛科技研究所] 期刊論文|
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