Helmholtz resonators are known to be efficient resonators for ducts if they are properly designed. A design procedure is suggested in this paper to identify the size of the resonators in one and two degrees of freedom. The procedure is supported by a through numerical simulation of acoustic wave propagation that is presented and is verified using published experimental results. The overall procedure shows achievable great attenuation of noise in pipeline.

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