A comparison of inverse boundary element method and near-field acoustical holography

Andreas Schuhmacher, Jørgen Hald, E.-U. Saemann

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    An inverse boundary element method (IBEM) is used to estimate the surface velocity of a rolling tyre from measurements of the near-field pressure. Subsequently, the sound pressure is calculated over a finite plane surface next to the tyre from the reconstructed velocity field on the tyre surface. In order to verify the reconstruction process, part of the measurement data is used together with Near-Field Acoustical Holography (NAH). Estimated distributions of sound pressure and particle velocity over a plane surface obtained from the two methods are compared.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings from Sixth International Congress on Sound and Vibration
    Place of PublicationCopenhagen
    Publication date1999
    Publication statusPublished - 1999
    Event6th International Congress on Sound and Vibration - Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
    Duration: 5 Jul 19998 Jul 1999
    Conference number: 6


    Conference6th International Congress on Sound and Vibration
    CityKgs. Lyngby

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