DETERMINATION OF ACOUSTIC FEATURES OF CATALYTIC CONVERTERS OF ESHAUST SYSTEMS
The object of the presented work are ceramic blocks and diesel particulate filters manufactured by CORNING and applied in
the development and serial production of the exhaust gas aftertreatment systems for cars and trucks, providing the required emission standards and noise regulations. The purpose of the work is the definition of acoustic parameters of the blocks for the further use of these data in the design of the system components applying finite-element modeling. A set of the blocks with different model parameters (diameter, length, and the cell density) was tested on acoustic stand using previously developed methods. Acoustic wave parameters have been identified for each block (namely, the comprehensive speed of sound and comprehensive density). The technique of the test preparation on acoustic test bench, the methodology and results of testing, the methodology and the processing of the results are presented. The estimation of measurement and calculation of errors are presented.
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