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|Title:||A moving zone of quiet for narrowband noise in a one-dimensional duct using virtual sensing|
|Citation:||Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2007; 121(3):1459-1470|
|Publisher:||Acoustical Soc Amer Amer Inst Physics|
|Cornelis D. Petersen, Anthony C. Zander, Ben S. Cazzolato, and Colin H. Hansen|
|Abstract:||A frequent problem in active noise control is that the zone of quiet created at the error sensor tends to be very small. This means that the error sensor generally needs to be located close to an observer's ear, which might not always be a convenient or feasible solution. Virtual sensing is a method that can move the zone of quiet away from the error sensor to a desired location that is spatially fixed. This method has been investigated previously, and has shown potential to improve the performance of an active noise control system. However, it is very likely that the desired location of the zone of quiet is not spatially fixed. An active noise control system incorporating a virtual sensing method thus has to be able to create a moving zone of quiet that tracks the observer's ears. This paper presents a method for creating a moving zone of quiet based on the LMS virtual microphone technique. To illustrate the proposed method, it is implemented in an acoustic duct and narrowband control results are presented. These results show that a moving zone of quiet was effectively created inside the duct for narrowband noise.|
|Keywords:||Humans; Noise; Algorithms; Acoustics; Motion; Models, Theoretical; User-Computer Interface; Pharmaceutical Vehicles|
|Description:||© 2007 Acoustical Society of America|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering publications|
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