26 April 1996 Active-control headset protector using piezoceramic material actuator
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Proceedings Volume 2779, 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Materials and 3rd European Conference on Smart Structures and Materials; (1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237044
Event: 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Materials, 1996, Lyon, France
Abstract
This paper describes the achievement of active control headset protector using piezoceramic actuators leading to a noise attenuation of about 20 dB within a 1 kHz frequency span located at around 1 to 2 kHz. To this end, several types of piezoceramic transducers or actuators have been designed and tested. They are based on flexural modes of bimorphs constituted by a thin piezoelectric ceramic disk cemented on a metallic plate. The main problems encountered are the spurious frequency regenerations which mask the noise reduction in the expected frequency range. Thus only a few of them meet the above specifications and can be used for reducing the noise inside the headset protector.
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Michel Brissaud, Paul Gonnard, Jean-Christophe Bera, Michel Sunyach, "Active-control headset protector using piezoceramic material actuator", Proc. SPIE 2779, 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Materials and 3rd European Conference on Smart Structures and Materials, (26 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237044; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.237044
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Actuators

Signal attenuation

Control systems

Transducers

Electronic filtering

Feedback control

Denoising

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