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Industry Associations

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ASTM: American Society for Testing & Materials 100 Barr Harbor Dr., West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959  (610) 832.9686  www.astm.org
ANSI: American National Standards Institute 11 West 42nd. Street, New York, NY 10036  (212) 642.4900  www.ansi.org
ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers 345 East 47th. Street, New York, NY 10017-2392  (212) 705.8500  www.asme.org
SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers, International 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15096-0001  (412) 776.4841  www.sae.org
STLE: Society of Tribologists & Lubrication Engineers 840 Busse Highway, Park Ridge, IL 60068-2376  (847) 825.5536  www.stle.org
APC: The Association of Professional Consultants 510 Acacia Avenue, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625  (714) 675.9222  www.consultapc.org

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Development of the J2835 On-Highway Motorcycle Sound Test Procedure

motorcycle-industry-council-logo1The MIC, MIC consultant Tom Austin (Sierra Research), MIC member Chris Real (DPS Technical, Inc.), and SAE Motorcycle Technical Steering Committee Chairman John Lenkeit (Dynamic Research Inc.) co-authored a paper on the development of the SAE J2825 on-highway stationary sound test procedure. The SAE published the paper, which was presented at the 2011 SAE Noise and Vibration Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 17th. The 14-page paper details the field testing, data analysis, evaluation of test site conditions, validation testing and even field testing.

In response to a growing need for a practical and technically valid method for measuring exhaust sound pressure levels (SPL) of on-highway motorcycles, the SAE Motorcycle Technical Steering Committee has developed Surface Vehicle Recommended Practice J28251, “Measurement of Exhaust Sound Pressure Levels of Stationary On-Highway Motorcycles,” which includes a new stationary sound test procedure and recommendations for limit values. Key goals of the development process included: minimal equipment requirements, ease of implementation by non-technical personnel, and consistency with the federal EPA requirements; in particular, vehicles compliant with the EPA requirements should not fail when assessed using J2825. Development of the recommended practice involved a comprehensive field study of 25 motorcycles and 76 different exhaust systems, ranging from relatively quiet OEM systems to unbaffled, aftermarket exhaust systems. For the various motorcycle/exhaust system configurations, SPL measurements were made using the EPA pass-by procedure and several different stationary measurement methods.

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