Computational and asymptotic methods in aeroacoustics with applications
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CitationDelale, C. F., Zafer, B. & Aslan, A R. (2011). Computational and asymptotic methods in aeroacoustics with applications. TWMS Journal of Applied and Engineering Mathematics, 1(1), 1-26.
In this article the computational and asymptotic methods used in aeroacoustics are reviewed. In particular, two different aeroacoustic applications are demonstrated.In the first problem we investigate the first and second order asymptotic predictions of the thickness and loading noise of a subsonic B-bladed helicopter rotor in the far field and compare the SPL noise results with those of full numerical computations. The results of the second order asymptotic formula seem to be in better agreement with full numerical computations than the first order asymptotic formula. In the second problem, the effect of acoustic wave propagation in transonic nozzle flow is investigated by solving the unsteady quasi-one-dimensional transonic nozzle equations in conservative form using high order computational aeroacoustic schemes, where a novel non-reflecting boundary condition is implemented in addition to the standard non-reflecting boundary condition using characteristics. Excellent agreement with the exact solution is obtained in each case.
SourceTWMS Journal of Applied and Engineering Mathematics
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