induction noise

induction noise

[in′dək·shən ‚nȯiz]
(acoustics)
The noise caused by the periodic inrush of intake air into the cylinder of an automobile engine or an air compressor as the intake valve opens and the piston moves on the intake stroke.
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The characterful SV generates 75hp which is plenty of grunt for a bike of this size and it sounds the part too, thanks to a combination of noticeable induction noise and an adequate (and easily upgradable
The induction noise is pumped to the back of the dashboard through a tube, where it resonates and creates the brap sound-note, which feels quite original.
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However, it can adjust the tone and volume with its "sound creator", designed to artificially amplify the V-6 induction noise to enhance the sensation of acceleration.
The induction noise is exquisite as it howls and growls down the straights.
It's quiet, too, compared to the petrol engine which suffers from induction noise when accelerating hard.
Noise attenuation poses a special challenge because of the difficulties in reducing induction noise within the induction system without affecting engine performance.
The magnitude of induction noise that results is a function of the manifold geometry.
Siemens is currently carrying out engine manifold tuning studies with respect to engine performance and induction noise.
It sounds like the machine that turns a teen's scratchy warbling into an X Factor winner but it's actually a device that takes the induction noise from the engine's intake manifold and feeds it into the cabin.
As for sound, the 748 (pounds 7799 on the road) can't come up with a sonic boom, but the induction noise from its sucking twin sounds like a throaty bullfrog amplified through a rock band's speaker system.