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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Mechanics of sound generation in flows.
Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1979
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E -A Müller; International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.; International Commission on Acoustics.; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
|ISBN:||0387097856 9780387097855 3540097856 9783540097853|
|Notes:||At head of title: International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, International Commission on Acoustics, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.|
|Description:||xv, 300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Tuesday, 28th August.- General Lecture: Why do the acoustics and the dynamics of a hypothetical mean flow bear on the issue of sound generation by turbulence?.- Sound radiation from a simulated jet flow.- Low frequency sound radiation due to the interaction of unsteady flows with a jet pipe.- Sound sinks in flows, a real possibility?.- Radiation properties of a turbulent jet excited by a sinusoidal acoustic disturbance.- The effects of upstream tones on the large scale instability waves and noise of jets.- Shear layer instability noise produced by various jet nozzle configurations.- On the radiation of sound by the instability waves of a compressible axisymmetric jet.- Sound generation by flow-acoustic coupling.- Near-wake structure and unsteady pressures at trailing edges of airfoils.- Investigation of trailing-edge noise.- Wednesday, 29th August.- General Lecture: Modelling low Mach number noise.- A study of production and stimulated emission of sound by vortex flows.- Aerodynamic sound generation by unsteady subsonic flows around rigid bodies.- Acoustic radiation from bodies in unsteady flows.- Influence of closely located solid surfaces on the sound spectra radiated by gas j ets.- Sound generation by head-on collision of two vortex rings.- Thursday, 30th August.- General Lecture: How powerful are the experimental techniques of sound source location in aero-acoustics; what prospects are there for an improvement?.- An evaluation of the Lighthill analogy for jet mixing noise generation: using LV turbulence, source location and spectral noise data.- Theory of cross-spectral densities of jet noise.- Some analytical considerations in jet noise prediction.- Theoretical and experimental study of wavelike disturbances in round free jet with emphasis being placed on orderly structures.- On the role of vortex pairing in jet noise generation.- Triple correlation of the pressure in subsonic circular jets and nonlinear interaction of instability waves.- On the role of surface shear stress fluctuations in hydroacoustics.- Flow acoustic interaction near a plane heat conducting compliant boundary.- A ray-theory approach for high-frequency engine-intake noise20.- On the form of the wall-pressure spectrum in a turbulent boundary layer in relation to noise generation by boundary layer-surface interactions.- Play tornado-like vortices a role in the generation of flow noise?.- Discrete frequency sound generation by fluid flows.- Friday, 31st August.- General Lecture: What good does industry expect from basic research in acoustics?.- Experimental determination of noise source mechanisms in gas turbine combustors.- A new view of sound generation and propagation in flows.- Importance of jet temperature on the prediction of jet noise in flight.- Excess noise from supersonic underexpanded jets in flight.- Mach wave radiation of hot supersonic jets.- General Lecture: The aeroacoustics of advanced turbopropellers.- Noise generation by transonic open rotors.|
|Responsibility:||editor, E.A. Müller.|