92. Reduction of the cabin acoustic emission by the selection of an optimum stiffening method for the cabin panels

Paweł Lonkwic1, Kamil Szydło2

1LWDO Lift Service S.A., Lublin, Poland

2Lublin University of Technology, Department of Automotive Vehicles, Lublin, Poland

1Corresponding author

E-mail: 1plonkwic@gmail.com, 2kamil-szydlo@wp.pl

(Received 23 December 2015; accepted 22 April 2016)

Abstract. The article presents our own research regarding reduction of the elevator cabin acoustic emission by the selection of an optimum method for the cabin construction stiffening. The elevator cabin structural panels with a width three times bigger than the standard one have been taken as a reference in the study. Numerical calculations have been performed. They constituted the basis for the methodology preparation as well as the method for the cabin panels stiffening. Measurements of the cabin panels acoustic emission as a result of determined impact have been used for optimization of the cabin construction increasing comfort while taking an elevator via the panels isolation with omega type stiffening elements.

Keywords: vibroisolations, sound measuring, elevator cabin, cabin panels, comfortable.

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Cite this article

Lonkwic Paweł, Szydło Kamil Reduction of the cabin acoustic emission by the selection of an optimum stiffening method for the cabin panels. Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2016, p. 95‑102.

 

Journal of Measurements in Engineering. June 2016, Volume 4, Issue 2

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