"Comparison of Various Designs of Solid Body Compensators for the Filtering of Fluid Flow Pulsations in Hydraulic Systems"
: Proceedings of the 1st FPNI PhD Symposium, Hamburg, 2000, 9-2000, ISBN: 3-00-006510-5
Comparison of Various Designs of Solid Body Compensators for the Filtering of Fluid Flow Pulsations in Hydraulic Systems
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Proceedings of the 1st FPNI PhD Symposium, Hamburg, 2000
Numerous hydraulic sources create significant flow- and pressure pulsations. Common measures to reduce these unpleasant effects include accumulators, in particular featuring a 'Pulse-Tone' design, shock absorbers in various arrangements and novel multiple-volume resonators. In this paper I will compare conventional devices to 3 novel concepts of solid-body compensators, i.e. compensators based on a multi-degree of freedom mass-spring system, compact l/4 side branch resonators and compensators based on various arrangements of plate/shell elements. For this comparison, I will use criteria, such as the adjustment of the resonance frequency, mechanical stresses in the resonator, the ability to compensate frequencies which are integer multiples of a base frequency as well as compact and cheap design.