On the Modelling and the Prediction of the Vibroacoustic Behaviour of an Aircraft Structure
AbstractThis paper summarizes the first step of a long-term research program focusing on the modeling and prediction of the vibrational and acoustical behavior of an aircraft structure. The final goal pursued is to provide the aeronautical industry with guidance for cabin sound-proofing with the help of a versatile, physical and easy-to-use model. Two main subjects tackled in this paper are: ® The free vibrational behavior of the aircraft structure. © Effects of the rear pressure bulkhead on the cabin noise.
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