This research focuses on the definition of an SEA model of an high speed train window. Firstly, a theoretical model was developed to predict the bending wave transmission through parallel plates connected by a joint comprised of a beam and two resilient elements. Secondly, the experimental characterization process of the window materials is described. Lastly the theoretical model of the joint was used to derive two different SEA models of the window to be compared with experimental measurements performed on the physical specimen. The results are discussed and possible improvements of the model are envisaged.

SEA modeling of an high speed train window / N. Baldanzini; M. Pierini; A. Scippa. - ELETTRONICO. - (2002), pp. 765-773. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Noise and Vibration Engineering ISMA2002 tenutosi a Leuven, Belgio nel 16-18 settembre 2002.

SEA modeling of an high speed train window

BALDANZINI, NICCOLO';PIERINI, MARCO;SCIPPA, ANTONIO
2002

Abstract

This research focuses on the definition of an SEA model of an high speed train window. Firstly, a theoretical model was developed to predict the bending wave transmission through parallel plates connected by a joint comprised of a beam and two resilient elements. Secondly, the experimental characterization process of the window materials is described. Lastly the theoretical model of the joint was used to derive two different SEA models of the window to be compared with experimental measurements performed on the physical specimen. The results are discussed and possible improvements of the model are envisaged.
PROCEEDINGS OF ISMA 2002: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NOISE AND VIBRATION ENGINEERING
Noise and Vibration Engineering ISMA2002
Leuven, Belgio
16-18 settembre 2002
N. Baldanzini; M. Pierini; A. Scippa
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