Effect of the bulkhead fixing on the noise inside the airplane cabin
AbstractThis work describes one step of a research program undertaken by the authors to investigate the cabin noise of airplanes (more specifically the Challenger 601-3A made by Canadair). It focuses on the effect of the fixing conditions of the rear-pressure bulkhead on the internal cabin noise. The idealized model simulating the problem is the radiation of sound from point-driven circular plates into a hard-walled cylindrical enclosure
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