Vibroacoustic behavior of a rectangular composite plate in thermal environment

Tran Ich Thinh, Pham Ngoc Thanh
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  • Tran Ich Thinh Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Pham Ngoc Thanh Viet Tri University of Industry, Phu Tho, Vietnam



vibroacoustic behavior, laminated composite plate, sound transmission loss, thermal loads


This paper is a study of the vibroacoustic behavior of orthotropic laminated composite rectangular plate under a sound wave excitation in thermal environments. An improved analytical procedure has been developed that allows for an efficient solution of the finite composite plate sound transmission problem. A symmetrically orthotropic laminated composite plate is considered. The plate is modeled with classic thin-plate theory and is assumed to be clamped on all four sides. The incident acoustic pressure is modeled as a harmonic plane wave impinging on the plate at an arbitrary angle. The sound transmission loss is calculated from the ratio of incident to transmitted acoustic powers.


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