Cabin Air Articles

  • Healthy conditions in training centre

    The challenge CENFIM’s objective is to educate highly qualified and specialised employees for the metallurgical industry in Portugal. They organise courses of various durations and at various levels. The Portuguese metal industry counts approx. 19,000 companies, employing a total of 190,000 people. In the ...

    By Plymovent Group BV

  • Predicting acoustic transmission loss through laminated glass with air and porous layers

    This study analyses the sound transmission characteristic of various laminated glass designs with application to motor vehicles. The porous interlayer in the laminated glass is filled with polyvinyl butyral (PVB) that serves as an acoustic damper. To model the physics behind the sound transmission losses of the fluid, solid and porous layers, acoustic noise transfer matrices are used to relate ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Rating criteria for vehicle in-cabin noise with emphasis on HVAC system operation

    Noise and vibration have an important influence on a customer's perception of vehicle quality. It is the purpose of this study to introduce a standard test procedure for measuring vehicle in-cabin noise levels. A combined vehicle base noise with all possible sources, including HVAC system, tyres, aerodynamics, under various driving conditions, is considered for developing the total vehicle cabin ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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