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Aeroacoustics By Goldstein, Marvin E. Home Page. Aeroacoustics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Aeroacoustics is a branch of acoustics that studies noise generation via either turbulent fluid motion or aerodynamic forces interacting with surfaces. Aeroacoustics Define Aeroacoustics at Dictionary. For sales in the United States, please contact our Sales group directly. Aeroacoustics is centrally concerned with the generation and propagation of sound through a fluid.

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Your browser or your browser's settings are not supported. To get the best experience possible, please download a compatible browser. If you know your browser is up to date, you should check to ensure that javascript is enabled. There's a problem with your browser or settings. Primary menu Skip to content. Start a New Search:. Record 1 of 1. NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH, United States Abstract: An analysis was conducted to determine the properties of sound generated by aerodynamic forces or motions originating in a flow, such as the unsteady aerodynamic forces on propellers or by turbulent flows around an aircraft.

The acoustics of moving media are reviewed and mathematical models are developed. Lighthill's acoustic analogy and the application to turbulent flows are analyzed. The effects of solid boundaries are calculated. Theories based on the solution of linearized vorticity and acoustic field equations are explained.

The effects of nonuniform mean flow on the generation of sound are reported. For more information or questions about this document, please submit a Document Inquiry. Find Similar Records. Matching Records:. Goldstein, M.

An analysis was conducted to determine the properties of sound generated by aerodynamic forces or motions originating in a flow, such as the unsteady aerodynamic forces on propellers or by turbulent flows around an aircraft. Author Goldstein, M. Publication Year Document Type Technical Report.

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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Goldstein Published Engineering. Aerodynamic noise prediction has been an important and challenging research area since James Lighthill first introduced his Acoustic Analogy Approach over fifty years ago. This talk attempts to provide a unified framework for the subsequent theoretical developments in this field. It assumes that there is no single approach that is optimal in all situations and uses the framework as a basis for discussing the strengths weaknesses of the various approaches to this topic. View PDF.

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