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Aeroengine noise -hardcover - VKI LS 2015-01

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Aeroengine noise, VKI LS 2015-01, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-082-9

Introduction to optimization and multidisciplinary design in aeronautics and turbomachinery

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Modern aeroengines are facing ever stringent constraints with regard to pollutant and acoustic emissions. In this Lecture Series proceedings, a detailed review of the current aeroacoustic challenges, their modeling and mitigation actions is reviewed by leading experts in the field. The course notes are introduced by key industrial players, depicting the trends guiding the design of future architectures, together with their consequences in terms of acoustic emissions and installation effects.

The course notes are rather unique as all sound production mechanisms are addressed, ranging from fan noise to combustion noise, liner optimization and subsonic/supersonic jet noise, each of these topics being treated by experts in their field.

The proceedings are primarily targeted towards scientists, PhD students or research engineers, wishing to receive a fast-track introduction to aeroengine noise including its latest modeling, design and numerical developments.

The lecture Series director is Prof. C. Schram from the von Karman Institute

  • TANTOT, N. – Snecma, France
    An outlook on a few innovative powerplant architectures
  • NODÉ-LANGLOIS, T. – Airbus Operations SAS, France
    Aeroengine-airframe aeroacoustic integration and installation effects
  • SCHRAM, C. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    An introduction to linear acoustics and flow noise at low mach numbers
  • ROGER, M. - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
    Analytical methods for turbomachinery noise prediction
    Part I : Open rotor noise
    Part II : In-duct propagation
    Part III : Modeling of aerodynamic noise sources
  • HECKL, M. - Keele University, United Kingdom
    Combustion noise and thermoacoustics
  • GABARD, G. – Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
    Aeroengine nacelle liner design and optimization
  • BAILLY, C.; BOGEY, C.; MARSDEN, O.; CASTELAIN, T. – Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
    Subsonic and supersonic jet mixing noise
  • FELLI, M. – Italian National Research Council, Maritime Technology Research Institute, Italy
    Experimental methods applied to jet noise
  • CAMUSSI, R. – Università Roma Tre, Italy
    Advanced analysis techniques (wavelets, LES, POD) for noise sources identification

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