E3S Web Conf.
Volume 164, 2020Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering 2019 (TPACEE 2019)
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|Published online||05 May 2020|
Methods for reducing vibrations generated by shock equipment
Don State Technical University, pl. Gagarina, 1, 344002, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
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Noise is one of the most unfavorable environmental factors in production facilities, for which it is most difficult to achieve compliance with sanitary standards. Prolonged exposure to intense vibrations and noise leads to noise and vibration diseases. The effect of noise on the human body is not limited to exposure to the organ of hearing. Irritation by noise is transmitted to the central and autonomic nervous systems, through them acts on the internal organs, leading to significant changes in the functional state of the organism. With pulsed and irregular noise, the degree of impact of noise on the body of workers increases. Most types of forging equipment relate to impact machines, during the operation of which impulse noise occurs, the levels of which at workplaces, in most cases, exceed the maximum permissible values and relate to those factors, the significance of which in some cases is greater than dustiness, high temperature, manipulation of heated workpieces. Therefore, the problem of reducing vibration and noise in the forge shops is extremely relevant and has great scientific and socio-economic significance. To solve the problem of noise reduction in forge shops, various options for reducing the noise activity of equipment have been developed/ It is possible to most effectively reduce noise by changing the material and shapes of the beds, noise-attenuating casings, oil baths for gears.
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