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Hysteretic behavior induced by an electroacoustic feedback loop in a thermo-acousto-electric generator

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An active control method of the spatial distribution of the acoustic field is applied in a thermo-acousto-electric generator. An auxiliary acoustic source is used to force the self-sustained thermoacoustic oscillation in order to control the thermoacoustic amplification. The auxiliary source consists of a loudspeaker, located inside the loop-tube close to the main ambient heat exchanger, and supplied with a delayed signal through an electric feedback loop, comprising a phase-shifter and an amplifier, connected to a reference microphone. Experiments are performed on a prototype engine working with air at a static gauge pressure of 5 bars. Experimental results demonstrate how it is possible to tune the acoustic oscillations in order to increase the global performance of the generator, compared to the case without control, as well as the existence of a hysteretic behavior induced by the electroacoustic feedback loop itself, which leads to a discrepancy between the onset heat input and the offset one.
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hal-01400254 , version 1 (05-03-2019)

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Gaelle Poignand, C. Olivier, Guillaume Penelet, Pierrick Lotton. Hysteretic behavior induced by an electroacoustic feedback loop in a thermo-acousto-electric generator. Applied Acoustics, 2016, 105, pp.110 - 115. ⟨10.1016/j.apacoust.2015.11.001⟩. ⟨hal-01400254⟩
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