- Volume 7 Issue 5
The well-developed noise separatrion techniques are applied to the V8 RG8 Diesel engine for the engine noise reduction of a commercial vehicle. For various loads and engine RPM's, the contribution of the combustion oriented noise and the mechanically induced noise was calculated under the small variations of the injection timing. For the given Diesel engine the mechanical noise is dominant for low rpm, and the contribution of the combustion noise becomes greater as the rpm increases. The combustion noise is dominant around 2kHz range or under 50% loading condition.
- Society of Automotive Engineers Congress, Detroit, Paper No. 800534 In Search of Orgins of Engine Noise- an Historical Review T. Priede
- S.A.E. Paper 820238, Society of Automotive Engineers Congress, Detroit Diesel Engine Noise: Control at Source M. F. Russell
- Lucas Engineering Review v.7 no.4 Automotive Diesel Engine Noise Analysis, Diagnosis and Control M. F. Russell
- Diesel Engine Reference Book Automotive Engine Noise B. J. Challen;D. Morisson;Lilly, LL;RR. C.
- Institute of Acoustic, Proceeding of Conference at Loughborough University Transient and Steady Noise in Automotive Diesel Engines B. J. Challen;A. K. Atkins;M. D. Crocker
- S.A.E. International Congress. Detroit. Paper No 820517 A Review of Recent Progress in Diesel Engine Noise Reduction B. J. Challen;M. D. Crocker