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Sounds of Equipments

Sounds of Equipments

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Published by nizar ahmad
This spreadsheet is used to predict sound power and/or pressure level (noise) from industrial equipments like fans, compressors, turbines, etc. Available as online spreadsheet at http://calcol.ucoz.com.
This spreadsheet is used to predict sound power and/or pressure level (noise) from industrial equipments like fans, compressors, turbines, etc. Available as online spreadsheet at http://calcol.ucoz.com.

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Published by: nizar ahmad on Jun 04, 2009
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 This spreadsheet provides estimations and/or default values of Sound Powerand/or Sound Pressure Level for common industrial equipments (fans,compressors, pumps, turbines, etc).Sound Power Level (SWL) is defined as sound radiated from an equipment/asource which depends only on its operating parameters such as RPM, kW, etc.It does not depend on distance. While Sound Pressure Level (SPL) is definedas sound heard by a receptor from an equipment/a source at certain distance.So, SPL is correlated with SWL. At certain conditions, SPL may becomenoise (unwanted sound).This spreadsheet contains four sheets, started by this sheet 'Introduction' andsequentially followed by sheets 'Main Sheet', 'Data1', and at the end 'Data2'.'Main Sheet' is where estimations of SWL and SPL are done. Default valuesare also provided in this sheet. Sheet 'Data 1' is for data required for estimatingSWL of fans. While sheet 'Data 2' is data required for estimating SWL of casing of diesel and/or gas-driven engine and transformers.
Need to remember!!!!!!!
 All estimated and default SPLs (
 not SWLs
) are for uncontrolled sounds. SPLsestimated in this spreadsheet are only depended on distance (1 meter). Theydo not take into account control factors like barriers and other control efforts.
Reference:
 Bies, David A. & Hansen, Colin H. 2003. “Engineering Noise Control:Theory and Practice”. 3
rd 
Edition. Taylor & Francis
 Prepared by: Muhamad Nizar
Sounds of Equipments
 
 
Equipment Input DataCalculatedSWLCalculatedSPL at 1 mDefault Value(dB)(dB) (dB) SWLSPL at 1mFans
See Sheet 'Data1'
Cf3360Q (m3/s)0.237P (Pa)125E (%)90
See Sheet 'Data1'
BFI3
Compressor
Air Compressor(Up to 1.5 kW)92Air Compressor(2-6 kW)95Air Compressor(7-75 kW)
 
98Rotary kW45107Centrifugal(casing noise excluding air inlet noise)kW4596Centrifugal(unmuffled air inlet noise excluding casingnoise) kW4597
 
Cooling Towers
Propeller Type cooling tower(Fan power up to 75 kW)
Substract 8 dB if the fan is operated 1/2 its ratedspeed
kW70115Propeller Type cooling tower(Fan power greater than 75 kW)
Substract 8 dB if the fan is operated 1/2 its ratedspeed
 kW
 
80115
Pumps
3000-3600 rpm (Under 75 kW) kW70903000-3600 rpm (Above 75 kW) kW
 
80921600-1800 rpm (Under 75 kW) kW70931600-1800 rpm (Above 75 kW) kW80951000-1500 rpm (Under 75 kW) kW
 
70881000-1500 rpm (Above 75 kW) kW8090450-900 rpm (Under 75 kW) kW7086450-900 rpm (Above 75 kW) kW
 
8088
Boilers
General purpose boiler kW70102Large power plant boiler MW110115
Gas Turbines
Casing MW110130Inlet MW110158Exhaust MW110153Overall noise 159
Steam Turbines
Overall noise kW12500109

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