Computational and experimental research of exhaust gas treatment systems

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The authors describe a calculation-experimental technique for the development and design of truck-based exhaust gas treatment systems on the basis of finite element modeling. The results of calculation and experimental research are presented, including distribution of sound pressure in the internal volume of the developed design of exhaust system. The design of a catalytic silencer with the best vibroacoustic characteristics was selected and tested on a truck.

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V. V. Galevko

Moscow Automobile and Highway State University

Author for correspondence.

Candidate of Science (Engineering);
Associate Professor, Department of Machine Components and Theory of Machines and Mechanisms

Russian Federation

R. I. Rakhmatov

Moscow Automobile and Highway State University


postgraduate student

Russian Federation


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