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dc.contributor.authorArunkumar, M.P.-
dc.contributor.authorJeyaraj, P.-
dc.contributor.authorGangadharan, K.V.-
dc.contributor.authorLenin, Babu, M.C.-
dc.identifier.citationAerospace Science and Technology, 2016, Vol.56, , pp.155-167en_US
dc.description.abstractThis paper presents the study of influence of core geometry on vibration and acoustic response characteristics of sandwich panels which are used as aerospace structures. Sandwich panels considered in this research work are: (a) Honeycomb core, (b) Truss and Z core, (c) Foam core. The present study has found that (i) For a honeycomb core sandwich panel in due consideration to space constraint, the better acoustic comfort can be achieved by reducing the core height and increasing the face sheet thickness. (ii) It is demonstrated that, for a honeycomb core sandwich panel, vibration and acoustic response is not sensitive to the cell size. (iii) It is observed that, triangular core gives better acoustic comfort for the truss core sandwich panel compared to other type of core. (iv) For foam core sandwich panels, it is observed that sandwich panel with carbon-epoxy (high stiffness) face sheet radiates less sound in the lower frequency range (0 100 Hz). While the sandwich panel with Titanium (high density) face sheet radiates less sound at the higher frequencies. In order to reduce the preprocessing time and computational effort throughout the analysis in the present study, equivalent 2D elastic properties are calculated and used to find out the vibration and acoustic response characteristics. 2016 Elsevier Masson SASen_US
dc.titleInfluence of nature of core on vibro acoustic behavior of sandwich aerospace structuresen_US
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