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Active Sound and Vibration Control

Research

The main research interest is active sound and vibration control with the primary objective to control the acoustic field. This comprises development of control algorithms, which can be adaptive, non-adaptive or semi-active, sensors and actuators, and signal processing techniques such as virtual sensors, beamformers, and model reduction methods. A further research interest is active and semi-active metamaterials that are effective in a broad frequency range, as well as passive methods combined with active control methods.

Figure 1: Flexure mechanism of a rotary subwoofer (Julian Mulder and Beinte Groen’s MSc projects)

Figure 1: Flexure mechanism of a rotary subwoofer (Julian Mulder and Beinte Groen’s MSc projects)