The Adaptation of Waste Date Palm Fibers for Sound Absorbing Purposes

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Wafa TAKTAK
Dhouha TOUNSI
Mohamed TAKTAK
Chafik KARRA
Mohamed HADDAR

Abstract

In this study, an experimental procedure is developed in order to elaborate an acoustic absorber based on date palm fibers. This kind of material has a double interest: The first is due to its great importance in environment protection by recycling wastes; the second is the fact that these materials are used in the treatment of a second environmental problem which is the noise pollution by reducing it.  In this work, wastes from the date palm were used to manufacture an acoustic absorber. In fact, agriculture wastes are increasingly used in the acoustic field. In this work, wastes from date palm were used to manufacture acoustic absorbers. To achieve this goal, date palm waste is acoustically evaluated by an experimental characterization based on measuring the acoustic absorption coefficient of the studied material in the frequency band [0-4000 Hz] using the Kundt tube. The obtained results are encouraging with acoustic absorbent coefficient reaching 0.9 in some frequencies.

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2023. The Adaptation of Waste Date Palm Fibers for Sound Absorbing Purposes. Romanian Journal of Acoustics and Vibration. 20, 2 (Dec. 2023), 95–99.
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2023. The Adaptation of Waste Date Palm Fibers for Sound Absorbing Purposes. Romanian Journal of Acoustics and Vibration. 20, 2 (Dec. 2023), 95–99.

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