PETAL-SHAPED SILENCERS USAGE FOR NOISE REDUCTION IN CYLINDRICAL CHANNELS
The article presents data on the results of petal-shaped silencer mathematical modeling. Dissipative silencers of complex
shapes are the most promising technology. This design allows for achieving the required noise reduction. At the same time, geometric shape optimization allows reducing the aerodynamic drag to the smallest values. The article compares the variants of the silencer with the rotation angles of the plates 45 and 70 degrees. In this case, the sound waves necessarily fall on the surface of the plates of the silencer. In the article, there are the results of noise calculation from a dry cooling tower. The use of a petal-shaped silencer will significantly increase acoustic efficiency. The extra aerodynamic drag will be minimal. For comparison presented the results of modeling a cylindrical silencer. The cylindrical silencer has an equal through-section and long. Justified the approach to choosing the most preferred option. The initial velocity field of the gas or air flow in the channel determines the choice of silencer design.
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