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  • Technical Reviews - Brüel & Kjær
    background noise it is convenient for measurements of microphone and sound level meter free field responses However the method s combination of time and frequency weighting can make it complicated to estimate the uncertainty of the measured response This paper briefly summarizes the method and presents some experience with and guidelines for choosing measurement and weighting parameters and considerations on the associated uncertainty on the results The results are discussed on the basis of practical measurements of microphone and sound level meter free field responses at Brüel Kjær Technical Review 2010 Dimensione 1723 kb Technical Review No 1 2009 Use of Volume Velocity Sound Source in FRF Measurements Turnkey Free field Reciprocity System Leggi il documento This paper describes the design of a Volume Velocity Source and verifies its use in the measurement of p Q FRFs Two designs of Volume Velocity Source are presented one for low mid frequencies and one for mid high frequencies both taking advantage of the two microphone technique for estimating volume velocity at the orifice during operation Technical Review 2010 Dimensione 5343 kb Technical Review No 1 2008 Primary Calibration using Laser Interferometry Infrasound Calibration of Microphones High temperature IEPE Accelerometer Leggi il documento Laser interferometry using counters for fringe counting and determination of zeroes at higher frequencies has been used for accelerometer calibration since the late 1960s As digital techniques evolved during the 1980s and 90s it became possible to make a more sophisticated approach towards interferometer detectors complex output signals This evolution was described in a revision of the previous standard ISO 5347 1 which resulted in the new ISO 16063 11 in 1999 In the new standard the sine approximation method was introduced As the input is known to be a sine a least square fitting of the results calculated from the interferometer output gives good results The fitting is essentially a filtering at the known frequency Therefore with the advanced high resolution FFT analysers available today it is logical to use such analysers to do the filtering A system following these concepts has been realised This system will be described and an evaluation of the system s sensitivity to different imperfections e g noise and gain differences in the interferometer output will be reported The evaluation is made using computer generated test signals and the technique can also be used to verify the system whenever needed Technical Review 2009 Dimensione 2899 kb Technical Review No 1 2007 Measurement of Normal Incidence Transmission Loss and Other Acoustical Properties of Materials Placed in a Standing Wave Tube Leggi il documento A method for measuring the normal incidence transmission loss and related acoustical properties of a sample placed in a four microphone standing wave tube is described Technical Review 2007 Technical Review No 1 2006 Dyn X Technology Order Tracking Comparison of IBEM PNAH and LDV Methods Leggi il documento Dyn X Technology Order Tracking and Comparison of IBEM PNAH and LDV Methods Technical Review 2006 Technical Review No 1 2005 Surface Microphone NAH and Beamforming using the same Array SONAH Leggi il documento Acoustical Solutions in the Design of a Measurement Microphone for Surface Mounting Combined NAH and Beamforming Using the Same Array Patch Near field Acoustical Holography Using a New Statistically Optimal Method Technical Review 2005 Technical Review No 1 2004 Beamforming Leggi il documento This article explains the basic principles of Beamforming including the main performance parameters Resolution and Sidelobe Level Special attention is given to the influence of array design and to cross spectral beamforming Different array designs including Brüel Kjær s newly patented wheel array design are described and compared and the basic principle of Brüel Kjær s geometry optimisation method is outlined A new improved version of cross spectral beamforming used in Beamforming Software Type 7768 is introduced and its benefits are verified The article also provides some guidelines for performing good measurements and finally describes a set of measurements representing typical applications Technical Review 2004 Technical Review No 1 2002 New Design Principle for Triaxial PZ Accelerometers FE models for Optimizing Accelerometer Designs High Pressure Microphone Calibration System Leggi il documento In a previous paper SENSOR 1997 the principle of a triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer was described This paper describes a similar design but with the piezoelectric ring suspended on only three simple supports The basic theory behind the principle is explained and measurement results from a very compact practical unit are also described Technical Review 2002 Dimensione 483 kb Technical Review No 1 2001 Properties and Calibration of Laboratory Standard Microphones Uncertainties in Microphone Frequency Responses Leggi il documento The Influence of Environmental Conditions on the Pressure Sensitivity of Measurement Microphones Reduction of Heat Conduction Error in Microphone Pressure Reciprocity Calibration Frequency Response for measurement microphones a question of Confidence Measurement of microphone random incidence and pressure field responses and determination of their uncertainties Technical Review 2001 Technical Review No 1 2000 Non stationary STSF Leggi il documento This article gives a general introduction to the principles and applications of the Brüel Kjær Non stationary STSF measurement technique with special emphasis on the new functionality included with Version 2 0 of the software package Type 7712 After a general introduction the principles of Bad Measurement Point Interpolation and Envelope Intensity are descibed Two case studies of typical applications are then outlined the first one which is measurement of brake squeal is an example of transient noise source localisation The second case study is mapping and analysis of microphenomena and orders in engine noise radiation Technical Review 2000 Technical Review No 1 1999 Characteristics of the Vold Kalman Order Tracking Filter Leggi il documento In this article the filter characteristics of the Vold Kalman Order Tracking Filter are presented Both frequency response as well as time response and their time frequency relationship have been investigated Some guidelines for optimum choice of filter parameters are presented The Vold Kalman filter enables high performance simultaneous tracking of orders in systems with multiple independent shafts With this new filter and using multiple tacho references waveforms as well as amplitude and phase may be extracted without the beating interactions that are associated with conventional methods The Vold Kalman filter provides several filter shapes for optimum resolution and stop band suppression Orders extracted as waveforms have no phase bias and may hence be used for playback synthesis and tailoring Technical Review 1999 Technical Review No 1 1998 Danish Primary Laboratory of Acoustics Microphone Reciprocity Calibration Calculation Program for Reciprocity Calibration Leggi il documento Danish Primary Laboratory of Acoustics DPLA as Part of the National Metrology Organisation Pressure Reciprocity Calibration Instrumentation Results and Uncertainty MP EXE a Calculation Program for Pressure Reciprocity Calibration of Microphones Technical Review 1998 Pagine 40 Technical Review No 1 1997 A New Design Principle for Triaxial Piezoelectric Accelerometers A Simple QC Test for Knock Sensors Torsional Operational Deflection Shapes TODS Measurements Leggi il documento A simple set up for quick and purely electrical QC testing of knock sensors is described in this paper The main goal is to measure the impedance frequency response function of the sensors The advantages of the test procedure described in this paper are as follows Simple pseudo one channel measurement from the operator s point of view Electrical testing i e no need for shakers power amplifiers elaborate fixtures etc Pulse excitation thus very fast in the order of 100ms for one measurement test No averaging needed Standard frequency response function display is used whereby no complex postprocessing is required The only requirement is a small junction box with the necessary transformer and some electronics The power supply for the junction box is fed from the analyzer The testing method can be extended to other types of transducers such as accelerometers Technical Review 1997 Technical Review No 2 1996 Non stationary Signal Analysis using Wavelet Transform short time Fourier Transform and Wigner V ille Distribution Leggi il documento While traditional spectral analysis techniques based on Fourier Transform or Digital Filtering provide a good description of stationary and pseudo stationary signals they face some limitations when analysing highly non stationary signals These limitations are overcome using Time frequency analysis techniques such as Wavelet Transform Short time Fourier Transform and Wigner Ville distribution These techniques which yield an optimum resolution in the time and frequency domain simultaneously are described in this article and their advantages and benefits are illustrated through examples Technical Review 1996 Dimensione 3413 kb Technical Review 1996 2 Non stationary Signal Analysis using Wavelet Transform Short time Fourier Transform and Wigner Ville Distribution Leggi il documento While traditional spectral analysis techniques based on Fourier Transform or Digital Filtering provide a good description of stationary and pseudo stationary signals they face some limitations when analysing highly non stationary signals These limitations are overcome using Time frequency analysis techniques such as Wavelet Transform Short time Fourier Transform and Wigner Ville distribution These techniques which yield an optimum resolution in the time and frequency domain simultaneously are described in this article and their advantages and benefits are illustrated through examples Technical Review 1996 Technical Review No 1 1996 A Sound Intensity Probe for Measuring from 50 Hz To 10 kHz Measurement of Microphone Free field Corrections and Determination of their Uncertainties Reduction of Non linear Distortion in Condenser Microphones by Using Negative Load Capacitance In Situ Verification of Accelerometer Function And Mounting Leggi il documento The upper frequency limit of a p p sound intensity probe with a certain microphone separation distance is generally considered to be the frequency at which an ideal probe would exhibit an acceptably small finite difference error in a plane wave of axial incidence This article shows that the resonances of the cavities in front of the microphones in the usual face to face configuration give rise to a pressure increase that to some extent compensates for the finite difference error Thus the operational frequency range can be extended to an octave above the limit determined by the finite difference error if the length of the spacer between the microphones equals the diameter Technical Review 1996 Technical Review No 2 1995 Order Tracking Analysis Leggi il documento This article introduces the theory behind digital order tracking which is implemented by oversampling interpolation and resampling techniques in Brüel Kjær instrumentation As application examples order tacking is applied to the vibration signal from a coast down of a turbogenerator from a power plant station a run up of a large marine diesel engine gated measurement on an automobile engine and finally tracking is combined with time domain averaging on a single cylinder four stroke engine Technical Review 1995 Technical Review No 1 1995 Spatial Transformation of Sound Fields STSF in the Automotive Industry Pass by Noise Measurements Leggi il documento Ever stricter legislation and competition compel vehicle manufacturers to reduce external vehicle noise In order to simulate the actual working conditions of vehicles acoustic testing must be performed not only under stationary but also under non stationary conditions e g run up This article deals with the use of Brüel Kjær s Spatial Transformation of Sound Fields STSF technique as a tool for assessing and understanding the noise radiation phenomena both qualitatively and quantitatively Two different implementations of STSF will be described the well known Cross spectral approach enabling a scan measurement to be applied on a stationary sound source and a new Time domain approach requiring all measurement positions to be acquired simultaneously While the Cross spectral STSF is a well established commercially available technique the Time domain method is still under development Technical Review 1995 Technical Review No 2 1994 The use of Impulse Response Function for Modal Parameter Estimation Complex Modulus and Damping Measurements using Resonant and Non resonant Methods Damping Part II Leggi il documento This article discusses the errors that are introduced when calculating the impulse response function from the frequency response function using DFT FFT analysis technique This article also represents an expansion of papers presented at the Modal Analysis Conference ISMA 15 held in Leuven Belgium 1990 and included in the Proceedings of IMAC 9 Firenze Italy 1991 Technical Review 1994 Technical Review No 1 1994 Digital Filter Techniques vs FFT Techniques for Damping Measurements Damping Part I Leggi il documento In this article several methods for measurements of damping are summarized with respect to their advantages and disadvantages Especially the use of Digital Filters DF and Fast Fourier Transform FFT are compared In general FFT analysis is best suited for heavily damped structures although with proper memory and postprocessing facilities lightly damped structures may also be covered while it is advantageous to use DF analysis when dealing with lightly damped structures only The use of Time frequency analysis techniques such as the Wavelet Transform and the Short time Fourier Transform is also demonstrated Technical Review 1994 Technical Review 1990 2 Optical Filters and their Use with the Type 1302 Type 1306 Photoacoustic Gas Monitors Leggi il documento The Brüel Kjær Multi gas Monitor Type 1302 and Toxic gas Monitor Type 1306 both utilize interchangeable optical filters to select a band of infrared light at an appropriate wavelength for monitoring some particular gas This article describes the range of optical filters available their construction specification and their selection and use with Type 1302 and or Type 1306 for a particular monitoring task Technical Review 1990 Technical Review 1990 1 The Brüel Kjaer Photoacoustic Transducer System and its Physical Properties Leggi il documento The Brüel and Kjær Multi gas Monitor Type 1302 and the Toxic gas Monitor Type 1306 both used for monitoring gases are based on photo acoustic spectroscopy In photoacoustic spectroscopy PAS the gas to be measured is irradiated by intermittent light of pre selected wavelength The gas molecules absorb some of the light energy and convert it into an acoustic signal which is detected by a microphone PAS is an inherently very stable method for detecting very small concentrations of gas In this article the Brüel Kjær PAS transducer system is described the acoustic signal generated by the gas is analyzed and the influence of noise and other disturbing signals which are likely to influence the performance of the system are discussed Technical Review 1990 Technical Review 1989 2 STSF Practical instrumentation and applications Digital Filter Analysis Real time and Non Real time Performance Leggi il documento The Spatial Transformation of Sound Fields STSF technique involves a scan using an array of transducers over a planar surface close to the source under investigation From cross spectra measured during the scan a principal component representation of the sound field is extracted Any power descriptor of the near field intensity sound pressure etc can then be investigated by means of Near field Acoustic Holography NAH while the more distant field can be determined by application of Helmholtz integral equation The theoretical foundation of the cross spectrum principal component technique implemented in STSF has been discussed by J Hald in 1 and the advantages of STSF compared to a number of acoustical holography techniques have been demonstrated In this article the practical implementation of STSF is discussed and some applications are described Technical Review 1989 Technical Review 1989 1 STSF a unique technique for scan based Near field Acoustic Holography without restrictions on coherence Leggi il documento The Spatial Transformation of Sound Fields STSF technique involves a scanning over a planar surface close to the source under investigation From cross spectra measured during the scan a principal component representation of the sound field is extracted Any power descriptor of the near field intensity sound pressure etc can then be investigated by means of Near field Acoustic Holography NAH while the more distant field can be determined by application of Helmholtz integral equation The present paper outlines the theoretical foundation of the cross spectral principal component technique implemented in STSF and relates it to various other NAH techniques It is demonstrated that compared to these techniques the cross spectral formulation as implemented in STSF has the advantage that no restrictions are placed on the coherence and bandwidth of the sound field without requiring simultaneous measurements Technical Review 1989 Technical Review No 2 1988 Quantifying Draught Risk Leggi il documento Draught defined as an unwanted local cooling of the human body caused by air movement is one of the most common causes of complaints in ventilated or air conditioned spaces The high ventilation rate required to establish acceptable air quality often leads to uncomfortably high air velocities Because of the high level of pollution in modern buildings caused by increased internal loads from office machines computers printers etc there will be an ever increasing demand for higher ventilation rates In most existing standards the requirements for the air velocity in a room are based on the mean air velocity limit which depends on the existing air temperature New draught studies show however that high turbulent air flow causes more complaints of draught than low turbulent air flow at the same mean air velocity and temperature Many field studies show that turbulence intensity in rooms varies from 10 70 indicating that it should be taken into account during revision of the existing standards This paper discusses how to deal with the draught problem and describes the measurements necessary for estimating draught risk Technical Review 1988 Dimensione 2579 kb Technical Review No 4 1987 Use of Weighting Fuctions in DFT FFT Analysis Part II Acoustic Calibrator for Intensity Measurements Systems Leggi il documento Part II of the article Use of Weighting Functions in DFT FFT analysis contains the following Appendices referred to in Part I of the article A Analogy between filter analysis and DFT FFT analysis B Windows and figures of merit C Effective Weighting of overlapped spectral averaging D Experimental Determination of the BT product for FFT analysis using different weighting functions and overlap E Examples of User Defined Windows F Picket Fence Effect Technical Review 1987 Technical Review No 3 1987 Use of Weighting Fuctions in DFT FFT Analysis Part I Signals and Units Leggi il documento

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    Launch vehicles and satellites Space system components Telecom e Audio Entertainment Systems Hearing Aids Telephones Wind Energy Wind farm noise monitoring Wind turbine field testing tools Wind Turbine Sound Power Determination according to IEC61400 11 Vibration testing of wind turbine components Wind turbine gearbox testing Prodotti Analysis software Acquisition software Signal analysis Acoustic software Vibration software PULSE analyzers PULSE platform Solutions overview Licenses and download Measurement frontends LAN XI PHOTON Trasduttori e Condizionatori di segnale Acoustic Vibration Ear simulators Conditioning Fonometri Sound level meters Dosimetri Vibration meters Shakers and exciters Sistemi LDS per le prove di vibrazione Shaker Measurement exciters Environment management Airports Ambiente Urbano e Industriale Noise mapping and prediction Sound Level Meters Calibration systems Microphones Accelerometers Hydrophones Sound Level Meter and other instruments Stock clearance sale and other products Test per I deas Positioning systems Magazzino dell usato Applicazioni Airport Noise Acustica degli Edifici Sound Insulation 2 channel Sound Insulation Sound Intensity Acustica Architettonica About Reverberation Time What is room acoustics Data recording and analysis Inquinamento ambientale da rumore e vibrazioni Noise Reduction Calculation and Mapping Noise Monitoring Noise Assessment Industrial Noise Transportation Noise Recreational Noise Building and Ground Vibration Environmental Noise Booklet Machine Diagnostics Collaudo dei materiali Material Testing Standards Acoustic Material Testing Identificazione delle Sorgenti sonore Sound Intensity Mapping Acoustic Holography Beamforming Noise Source Identification with acoustical array Salute e sicurezza sul lavoro EU Occupational Health Directives Prevenzione della perdita uditiva in ambiente di lavoro Noise Exposure Noise Reduction Hearing Protection Factory Hall Acoustics Human Vibration Collaudo acustico Pass by Collaudo di produzione PTA Production Test Advisor PULSE Production Testing Production Testing Case Studies PULSE Solutions Collaudi ripetitivi Potenza Sonora Normative sulla Potenza Sonora Noise Emission Directives Qualità del Suono PULSE Sound Quality Software Psychoacoustic Test Bench Software Structural dynamics Telecom audio Collaudi vibrazionali Urban noise

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  • Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Dictionary End User Agreement - Brüel & Kjær
    accuracy reliability completeness or contents of any content information material or definitions found on the Dictionary made available on the Site The Dictionary and all content material information or definitions found on the Dictionary are provided on an as is basis without warranties of any kind either express or implied Under no circumstances shall Brüel Kjær be liable for any direct indirect incidental special or consequential damages that result from the use of or the inability to use any content information material or definitions on the Dictionary The User specifically acknowledges and agrees that Brüel is not liable for any defamatory offensive or illegal conduct of any user Stampa Home Settori di mercato Gestione dell ambiente Aeroportuale Managing Airport Noise Managing Emissions Stakeholder Engagement Aerospaziale Airframes Aero Engines Automotive Veicoli terrestri Target setting Benchmarking and Troubleshooting Quality Development Production Line Testing The Application Research Center Detroit Customised Project Solutions Difesa Air Land Sea Rumore e vibrazione ambientali Valutazione del rumore Salute e Sicurezza Acustica degli edifici Monitoraggio acustico Mappatura acustica e previsionale Space Launch vehicles and satellites Space system components Telecom e Audio Entertainment Systems Hearing Aids Telephones Wind Energy Wind farm noise monitoring Wind turbine field testing tools Wind Turbine Sound Power Determination according to IEC61400 11 Vibration testing of wind turbine components Wind turbine gearbox testing Prodotti Analysis software Acquisition software Signal analysis Acoustic software Vibration software PULSE analyzers PULSE platform Solutions overview Licenses and download Measurement frontends LAN XI PHOTON Trasduttori e Condizionatori di segnale Acoustic Vibration Ear simulators Conditioning Fonometri Sound level meters Dosimetri Vibration meters Shakers and exciters Sistemi LDS per le prove di vibrazione Shaker Measurement exciters Environment management Airports Ambiente Urbano e Industriale Noise mapping and prediction Sound Level Meters Calibration systems Microphones Accelerometers Hydrophones Sound Level Meter and other instruments Stock clearance

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