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  • M., ROGER - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France: Aeroacoustics - some theoretical background.
    The acoustic analogy
  • M., ROGER - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France: Noise from moving surfaces
  • C., SCHRAM - LMS International, Belgium: Vortex sound theory and application to jet noise prediction
  • T., COLONIUS - California Institute of Technology, USA: Computational aeroacoustics: overview and numerical methods
  • W., SCHRÖDER ; R., EWERT ; T.P., BUI ; E., GRÖSCHEL - 1RWTH Aachen, Germany & 2DLR, Germany: An LES-APE approach in computational aeroacoustics: theory and applications
  • S., PIROZZOLI - Università di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Italy: CAA for flow/acoustic interaction and high speed flows with shocks
  • S., PIROZZOLI - Università di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Italy: Shock/vortex and shock/turbulence interactions
  • M., WANG - University of Notre Dame, USA: Aeroacoustic computation using large-eddy simulation and acoustic analogy
  • C., SCHRAM & DESMET, W. - LMS International & Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium: Interfacing a boundary element method with low-order CFD and automotive examples
  • J., GOLLIARD ; L., VAN LIER ; E., VEDY - TNO Science and Industry, The Netherlands: Generation of unsteady aeroacoustic source from steady CFD
  • J., GOLLIARD ; P.J.; , VAN BEEK; E., VEDY ; L., VAN LIER - TNO Science and Industry, The Netherlands: Going further with the hybrid method: input for industry-standard methods
  • M., ROGER - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France: On the noise from open rotors
  • M., ROGER - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France: Duct acoustics and turbomachinery noise

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