motor noise

motor noise

[′mōd·ər ‚nȯiz]
(acoustics)
The noisy sound made by an electric motor.
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It includes The the first off-road tuning, designed specifically for the Pro XP platform, which has been optimised to combat wind and motor noise.
Torque ripple smoothing decreases motor noise and vibrations.
Nissan said it needs to have a little motor noise because being too quiet can cause accidents.
[9.] Florentin, J., Durieux, F., Kuriyama, Y., and Yamamoto, T., "Electric Motor Noise in a Lightweight Steel Vehicle," SAE Technical Paper 2011-01-1724, 2011, doi:10.4271/2011-01-1724.
* Dual chopper stabilized current comparators along with auto-calibration gets rid of communication discontinuities and maintains a near perfect sine wave drive, further reducing motor noise while increasing accuracy and stability.
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Echolocation happens at frequencies higher than a lot of motor noise. Yet at the noisy wells with big compressor motors, she found 40 percent less activity among Mexican free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis).
Motor noise and vibration are also other challenges while driving a solar-powered car.
The Delta hub that is SLC meant jets constantly roaring overhead, and boat motor noise was non-stop.
But in most cases motor noise is assessed intuitively by engineers familiar with the plant on a day-to-day basis.
Synthetic motor noise, like the jangly, high-pitched whir of Renault's glam track, could save lives and at the same time protect investments in electric cars.
With the implementation of ISO14001 standard, the motor noise level has been listed as an important indicator of measuring its quality.