Noise generation mechanisms in claw pole alternators
"Noise of claw pole alternators, generated electromagnetically and structurally radiated, has been the subject of an extensive research program. The goal has been to identify and reduce noise radiation mechanisms in claw pole (Lundell) alternators used in automotive applications. The study reported here has investigated machine and mount response to electromagnetically generated torque ripple. Modeling and experimentation has led to the conclusion that there exists a high correlation between electromagnetic sources, torque ripple, and radiated noise."--Abstract, page iv.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 54 leaves
© 2004 Steven Jonathan Burns, All rights reserved.
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Automobiles -- Electric generators -- Design and construction
Automobiles -- Noise
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Burns, Steven Jonathan, "Noise generation mechanisms in claw pole alternators" (2004). Masters Theses. 2520.
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