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A Study on Noise in Synchronous Belt Drives (Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Impact Sound)

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Weiming Zhang, Tomio Koyama

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Osaka, Japan

J. Mech. Des 125(4), 773-778 (Jan 22, 2004) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1626131 History: Received May 01, 2001; Revised March 01, 2003; Online January 22, 2004
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Kubo,  A. , 1971, “On the Running Noise of Toothed Belt Drives (1st report, Mechanism of Noise Generation),” Bull. JSME, 14(75), pp. 991–997.
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Experimental apparatus for measuring sound pressure
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Configuration of synchronous belt and pulley used in experiments
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Synchronous belt with 10 mm width)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Synchronous belt with 20 mm width)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Synchronous belt with 40 mm width)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Flat belt with 10 mm width)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Flat belt with 20 mm width)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Flat belt with 40 mm width)
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Situation of an air pipe built up between the belt and the pulley
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Flat belt with 10 mm width, at a lower running speed)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Flat belt with 20 mm width, at a lower running speed)
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Sound pressure waveform and the frequency spectrum of a single impact sound (Flat belt with 40 mm width, at a lower running speed)
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Analysis model—An open ended pipe formed by the belt and the pulley groove
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An example calculation for impact sound (l=20 mm,x=10 mm,γm=0.08)

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