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- Vorticity and the theory of aerodynamic sound
- Vorticity and the theory of aerodynamic sound
- Sound generation by turbulence and surfaces in arbitrary motion
- Effects of Freestream Turbulence on Cavity Tone and Sound Source

## Vorticity and the theory of aerodynamic sound

Lighthill strongly advocated the use of vortex methods in most areas of fluid mechanics with the notable exception of the theory of aerodynamic sound. Convergence difficulties encountered in the casual application of the acoustic analogy to non-compact flow-structure interactions are resolved in a natural manner by the methods of vortex sound theory. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Lord Kelvin, On vortex motion. Edinburgh 25 —

Gaunaurd, G. January 1, January ; 1 : — Our earlier work in Part 1 of this paper [1] is here extended to quadrupole distributions and point quadrupoles i. Radiation patterns are obtained and displayed in many relevant cases. Sign In or Create an Account. Sign In.

Aeroacoustics is a branch of acoustics that studies noise generation via either turbulent fluid motion or aerodynamic forces interacting with surfaces. Noise generation can also be associated with periodically varying flows. A notable example of this phenomenon is the Aeolian tones produced by wind blowing over fixed objects. Although no complete scientific theory of the generation of noise by aerodynamic flows has been established, most practical aeroacoustic analysis relies upon the so-called aeroacoustic analogy , [1] proposed by Sir James Lighthill in the s while at the University of Manchester. The modern discipline of aeroacoustics can be said to have originated with the first publication of Lighthill [2] [3] in the early s, when noise generation associated with the jet engine was beginning to be placed under scientific scrutiny. Lighthill [2] rearranged the Navier—Stokes equations , which govern the flow of a compressible viscous fluid , into an inhomogeneous wave equation , thereby making a connection between fluid mechanics and acoustics.

## Vorticity and the theory of aerodynamic sound

To clarify the effects of freestream turbulence on cavity tones, flow and acoustic fields were directly predicted for cavity flows with various intensities of freestream turbulence. The freestream Mach number was 0. The depth-to-length ratio of the cavity, , was 0. The incoming boundary layer was laminar. As a result, the effects of the reduction of spanwise coherence on the cavity tone were greater in the cavity flow with acoustic resonance than in that without resonance, while the effects of the intensity were comparable for both flows. Flows over open cavities such as the sunroofs of automobiles and landing gear configurations of airplanes often generate self-sustained oscillations and intense tonal sound.

Lighthill strongly advocated the use of vortex methods in most areas of fluid mechanics with the notable exception of the theory of aerodynamic sound. Convergence difficulties encountered in the casual application of the acoustic analogy to non-compact flow-structure interactions are resolved in a natural manner by the methods of vortex sound theory. Download to read the full article text. Lord Kelvin, On vortex motion. Edinburgh 25 — Google Scholar.

The Lighthill-Curle theory of aerodynamic sound is extended to include arbitrary convective motion. The Kirchhoff description of a.

## Sound generation by turbulence and surfaces in arbitrary motion

A numerical study on the aerodynamic noise generation of a high efficiency propeller is carried out. Three-dimensional numerical simulation based on Reynolds averaged N-S model is performed to obtain the aerodynamic performance of the propeller. Then, the result of the aerodynamic analysis is given as input of the acoustic calculation. The sound is calculated using the Farassat 1A which was derived from Ffowcs Williams—Hawkings equation and is compared with the measurements.

Numerical simulations using the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes RANS methodology have been widely used to study fluid problems in a variety of fields including ship research. Although computationally cheap, RANS fails to predict the fluid behavior accurately in complex flow problems where the underlying physics is dominated by unsteady complex physical phenomena. This paper discusses the use of large eddy simulation LES to study such complex flow physics. The predictive capability of LES is demonstrated in three complex flow problems: crashback, cavitation, and hydro-acoustics, which are of particular interest to the ship community.

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### Effects of Freestream Turbulence on Cavity Tone and Sound Source

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