Active control of transformer noise with an internally synthesized reference signal

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Journal of Sound and Vibration, 2012, 331 (15), pp. 3466 - 3475
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A method of using an internally synthesized signal of preset frequencies as the reference signal for transformer noise control is proposed in this paper. The feasibility of applying the method in a specific transformer algorithm is investigated, where the effects of frequency mismatch and secondary path delay on the steady-state behavior of the transformer algorithm are analyzed and compared with the filtered-x least mean square algorithm. It is found that the noise reduction performance degrades with the increase of secondary path delay and frequency mismatch, but can be improved by using a larger convergence step size and a faster update rate. With parameter studies, the feasibility of applying the transformer algorithm with an internally synthesized reference signal to practical transformer noise control is verified by both numerical simulations and experiments. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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