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Flow Noise

  • P. O. A. L. Davies
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 276)

Abstract

Many noise sources that represent a major environmental noise nuisance, or a hazard to health in industry, are of aerodynamic origin. That is, they are associated with relatively high speed flows. One can classify such sources by the manner in which they radiate noise to the acoustic far field. (see A1.2)

Keywords

Sound Pressure Level Strouhal Number Vortex Sheet Acoustic Source Sound Power 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. O. A. L. Davies
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  1. 1.Dynamics Institute of Sound and Vibration ResearchThe UniversitySouthamptonEngland

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