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Vibration Analysis of Silencer Based on FEM and FFT Analyser
( Vol-5,Issue-1,January 2018 )
Author(s):

Sonali D. Alone,M. A. Mohite

Keywords:

ANSYS, CFD, Frequency, Silencer, Vibration.

Abstract:

Silencer was considered with and without modifying in order to reduce the vibration. Design and modeling have been done with specifying different material properties. Finite Element Method was used for the modeling and simulations. The harmonic analysis has been performed by using ANSYS 18.0. The natural frequency and working frequency are the very important parameters to study the resonance. It is mandatory to avoid this resonating condition. These frequencies are distinguished with the help of ANSYS 18.0.

ijaers doi crossref DOI:

10.22161/ijaers.5.1.2

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