Investigation of Noise Transmission through Pump Casing

July 27, 2016


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Investigation of Noise Transmission through Pump Casing
Lead Researcher: Paul Kalbfleisch, Prof. Monika Ivantysynova (PI)

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CCEFP Webcast

Fluid Power Research Update: Investigation of Noise Transmission through Pump Casing Webcast

We’ve written before about the fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP). Ten new research projects have recently been selected for funding. One such project is the Investigation of Noise Transmission…

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Investigation of Noise

Project Working to Validate Noise Modeling Techniques in Fluid Power Applications

The fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP) have continued to progress, and all ten of the newly funded projects were presented at the CCEFP Industry-University Summit in April 2017. The Investigation of…

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FPIRC16

Fluid Power Research Update: Investigation of Noise Transmission through Pump Casing at FPIRC16

We’ve written before about the fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power. Ten new research projects have recently been selected for funding. One such project is the Investigation of Noise Transmission through…

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New Fluid Power Research: Investigation of Noise Transmission through Pump Casing

We’ve written before about the fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power. Ten new research projects have recently been selected for funding, and a number of these new projects were presented at…

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Researcher Profile

Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Paul received his B.S degree in Engineering in Acoustics in 2011 and a MSE in Mechanical Engineering in 2015 from Purdue University. He is currently a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University. His main research interests are modeling and design of hydraulic pumps/motors and transmissions for the purpose of noise reduction.
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