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|Title:||Noise reduction of dental drill noise|
|Keywords:||Drill noise characteristics;Noise reduction methods;Adaptive filtering;Passive noise control|
|Publisher:||Institution of Mechanical Engineers|
|Citation:||Mechatronics 2008, June 23 – 25, University of Limerick, Ireland, 2008, pp. 1- 5|
|Abstract:||Dental drills produce a characteristic noise that is uncomfortable for patients and is also known to be harmful to dentists under prolonged exposure. It is therefore desirable to protect the patient and dentist whilst allowing two-way communication, which will require a headphone - type system. Re-establishing good communication between the dentist and patient will be achieved through a combination of three noise cancellation technologies, namely, Passive Noise Control (PNC), Adaptive Filtering (AF) and Active Noise Control (ANC). This paper describes how far a test-rig has been developed to achieve sufficient noise reduction that the uncomfortable noise can no longer be heard.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers|
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