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Analytical studies of some acoustic problems of jet engines Citation Candel, Sebastien M. The propagation and generation of acoustic waves in a choked nozzle is considered first. Pressure and entropy fluctuations caused by gas stream non-uniformities like "hot spots," are incident on the nozzle entrance.
A novel noise-generation mechanism is uncovered where acoustic waves are produced by a distribution of sources of strength proportional to the entrance entropy fluctuation and local gradient of the mean flow velocity.
The propagation of acoustic waves in a moving medium in the presence of semi-infinite or finite boundaries is then considered. A transformation is introduced which relates the solutions of such problems to the solutions of associated problems in a stationary medium.
The method is described by discussing the Sommerfeld problem of diffraction of a plane wave by a half plane immersed in a subsonically moving medium.
When the plane has a trailing edge, it is shown that both reflection and shadow regions expand; while the opposite occurs for a leading edge,in which circumstance an additional diffracted wave also appears. In the supersonic case, all the diffraction problems are related to a single reference problem, solved by Fourier transform methods.
A decomposition of the pressure field in a "geometrical optics" field and a diffracted field is given, showing some remarkable similarities with the subsonic case solution. The radiation of acoustic modes from a duct immersed in a subsonically moving medium is treated by a similar transform method.
The presence of the uniform flow has roughly the same effect as an increase in frequency of the incident wave, at constant mode number. The effect of acoustical lining on the radiation pattern is examined, and side radiation is shown to be greatly reduced for the lower order modes.
The transmission and reflection of acoustic waves incident on a blade row is analyzed by the transform method,and the transmission and reflection coefficients for the blade row immersed in a moving medium are expressed in terms of the basic acoustic characteristics of the blade row in a stationary medium.A jet noise source model based on the Lighthill acoustic analogy is presented.
Although much of the theory used is well known, a new feature of the model is the inclusion of frequency dependence. THE IMPACT OF BILATERAL GAIN REDUCTION ON LOCALIZATION AND SPEECH PERCEPTION IN SPATIALLY-SEPARATED NOISE by Hua Ou An Abstract Of a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of.
Jet noise has primarily been examined for laboratory-scale jets and only recently for full-scale jets.
In this thesis, jet noise from a laboratory-scale Mach jet and an FB high-performance military aircraft are observed and compared. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Design of a shock tube for jet noise research | Thesis (M.S.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept.
of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Includes. Aircraft Noise Characteristics and Metrics A PARTNER Project 24 Report Shashikant Ramdas More PARTNER-COE July This work was conducted under PARTNER Projects 1, 2, and TARA (Trinity’s Access to Research Archive) has a robust takedown policy.
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