SOUND TRANSMISSION LOSS ACROSS A FINITE CLAMPED DOUBLE-LAMINATED COMPOSITE PLATE WITH POROELASTIC MATERIAL
Keywords:composite sandwich plate, double-composite plate, porous material, sound transmission loss, sound insulation.
AbstractA theoretical study of sound transmission loss across a clamped double-laminated composite plate filled with poroelastic material is formulated. Biot’s theory is employed to describe wave propagation in elastic porous media. The two face composite plates are modeled as classical thin plates. By using the modal superposition theory, a double series solution for the sound transmission loss of the structure is obtained with the help of the Galerkin method. The analytical model is validated against previous experimental results of a single sound wave under normal incidence. The numerical results suggest that the density of poroelastic material, the type of composite materials and the composite plies arrangement have significant effects on the sound transmission loss of considered structure.
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