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Experimental Studies on Different Actuator-Sensor Configurations of Active Control Systems for the Reduction of Noise and Vibration in Vehicles

: Millitzer, J.; Mayer, D.; Kraus, R.; Schmidt, M.


SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars. Mechanical Systems 9 (2016), Nr.3, S. 1100-1110
ISSN: 1946-3995
ISSN: 1946-4002
Fraunhofer LBF ()

Current developments in the automotive industry such as downsizing, the use of cylinder deactivation and consistent lightweight construction increasingly enable the application of active control systems for the further reduction of noise and vibration in vehicles. In the past few years, different configurations of actuators and sensors for the realization of an active control system have been investigated and evaluated experimentally. Active engine mounts, inertial mass actuators and structural integrated actuators can be used to reduce either structural vibrations or the interior noise level. As a result, a variety of different topology concepts for the realization of an active control system arises. These can be divided into an active vibration control scenario, the direct influence of the sound field with loudspeakers or the application of structural actuators for the reduction of the interior sound pressure.