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Main Title Proceedings /
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Noise Abatement and Control.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Noise Abatement and Control,
Year Published 1978
Report Number EPA 550/9-78-206
Stock Number PB82-141425
OCLC Number 60503525
Subjects Motor vehicles--Noise--Congresses. ; Internal combustion engines--Mufflers--Noise--Congresses.
Additional Subjects Motor vehicles ; Exhaust systems ; Noise pollution ; Meetings ; Transportation noise ; Engine mufflers ; Acoustic measurement ; Noise reduction ; Test equipment ; Noise levels ; Noise sources ; Computer aided design ; Bench tests
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ESAD  EPA 550-9-78-206 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 03/28/2011
NTIS  PB82-141425 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation viii, 553 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Abstract
;Contents: Bench test procedures and exhaust system performance prediction, P.O.A.L. Davies; Automotive exhaust system evaluation, D. A. Blaser; The method of measuring exhaust system noise--a study on the reduction of the exhaust noise of large trucks, Mineichi Inagawa; Method and apparatus for measuring muffler performance, Peter Cheng; Optimum design of mufflers, Dr. Donald Baxa; Bench test and analog simulation techniques for engine muffler evaluation, Cecil R. Sparks; Comments on evaluation techniques of exhaust system noise control characteristics, D. W. Rowley; A bench test for rapid evaluation of muffler performance, A. F. Seybert; Analytical and experimental testing procedures for quieting two-stroke engines, Donald L. Margolis; Power or pressure - a discussion of current alternatives in exhaust system acoustic evaluation, Larry J. Eriksson; A computer-aided approach toward performance predictions for engine exhaust muffler, John E. Sneckenberger; Review of internal combustion engine exhaust muffling, Malcolm J. Crocker; Shock-tube methods for simulating exhaust pressure pulses of small high-performance engines, B. Sturtevant; Correlation or not between bench tests and outside measurements for snowmobiles, Jean Nichols; Measurement of engine exhaust noise in dynamometer rooms, James W. Moore; The application of the finite element method to studying the performance of reactive and dissipative mufflers with zero mean flow, A. Craggs; A comparison of static vs. dynamic testing procedures for muffler evaluation, W. L. Ronci; Discussion of proposed SAE recommended practice XJ1207, measurement procedure for determination of silencer effectiveness in reducing engine intake or exhaust sound level, Larry J. Eriksson; A theoretical examination of the relevant parameters for dynamometer testing of the 2-cycle engine mufflers, Professor G. P. Blair.