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Vortex/body interaction and sound generation in low-speed flow
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Vortex body interaction and sound generation in low-speed flow.|
|Statement||Hsiao C. Kao.|
|Series||NASA/TM -- 1998-208403., NASA technical memorandum -- 208403.|
|Contributions||Lewis Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Each vortex creates a circular (ring) flow field whose axis varies slightly from the vertical as it passes. The figure suggests that the main component of the force on the physical ring is in the direction of the jet flow. If the vortex is a true ring (all parts are in phase), a dipole sound field directed along the jet axis is . Occurrences of Noise Induced by Flow Fluid-Body Interactions for Sound Production Dimensional Analysis of Sound Generation Signal Analysis Tools of Vibration and Sound Representations of Measured Sound Mathematical Refresher References 2 Theory of Sound and Its Generation by Flow Fundamentals of Linear Acoustics Theory.
In this chapter, we simulate the flow around the rod-airfoil model and the noise generated by the wake-body interaction or body-vortex interaction for the cases of L/d = 2 and 10 at a Reynolds number based on the rod diameter (d = 6 mm) 28, (, based on the airfoil chord, c) by the coupling method using commercial CFD and acoustic BEM. studies on their dynamics and interactions have been conducted.9 One important mechanism of vorticity generation results from the interaction between variable density and pressure ﬁelds. In their original work on shock enhanced hypersonic mixing, Marble, Hendricks, and Zukoski10 proposed the possibility of generating streamwise vorticity.
(a) Conformal mapping. The mathematical analysis for sound due to a vortex passing round an inclined fibre (cf. figure 2) follows from the procedure outlined by Howe  for a vortex passing over a rigid, upright spoiler in a background mean flow, which was extended for arbitrary angles of inclination θ∈(0, 1) by Clark et al. and whose surface geometry appears in Lighthill  in the. Sound Generated by a Line Vortex Interacting with a Cylindrical Body Inﬂuence of Vortex Shedding Blade–Vortex Interaction Noise in Two Dimensions Problems 6 7 ProblemsinThreeDimensions Linear Theory of Vortex–Airfoil Interaction Noise Blade–Vortex Interactions in Three Dimensions
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Vortex/Body Interaction and Sound Generation in Low-Speed Flow. By Hsiao C. Kao. Abstract. The problem of sound generation by vortices interacting with an arbitrary body in a low-speed flow has been investigated by the method of matched asymptotic expansions.
For the purpose of this report, it is convenient to divide the problem into three : Hsiao C. Kao. Vortex/Body Interaction and Sound Generation in Low-Speed Flow The problem of sound generation by vortices interacting with an arbitrary body in a low-speed flow has been investigated by the method of matched asymptotic expansions.
For the purpose of this report, it is convenient to divide the problem into three parts. In numerical simulation of sound generation caused by vortex–body interaction, the vortex core R c has typically been assumed to be the characteristic length scale.
However, another length scale can be formed using the total circulation of the vortex, Γ=∫Ω d A (where Ω is the vorticity in the 2-D flow and the integration is performed Cited by: 6.
Interaction of a vortex, or combinations of them, with a cylinder, blade, or foil may involve both rapid distortion of the incident vorticity field and shedding of vorticity from the surface of the body.
This review focuses on the underlying flow physics, with the aim of clarifying the origin of the induced loading. In the case of near or direct encounter of the incident vortex, the relation. The interaction of vortex with a solid body is of importance in the study of flow-induced vibration and sound generation.
The case whereby a body follows in the wake of another is of. Vortex-body interaction The presented theory can also be generalized to account for effects of compact bodies within the hydrodynamic flow region on aerodynamic sound generation (Obermeier ).
For that purpose we start with the integral representation eq. (8) where, however, the ordinary free field Green's function has to be replaced by one. Body-Vortex Interaction, Sound Generation, and Destructive Interference.
The sound so produced has a large low-frequency content such that the change in the flow impedance affects only the sound generation process but not the subsequent sound propagation to the far field.
The acoustic field induced by an unsteady vortical flow is analyzed. In particular, the limit where the reference length scale l of the vortical flow is much smaller than the reference length scale of the acoustic field is considered. At low Mach number M the leading-order solution of the vortical flow is an incompressible viscous flow.
The far field behavior of the flow is matched to the five. The solutions show that as the turbulence intensity increases, the sound radiated by the vortex–body interaction is strengthened while the effect of the mean flow speed on the sound waves weakens.
the mechanism of sound generation in the interaction between a shock wave and a single planar vortex , a pair of planar vortices [15, 16] or a longitudinal vortex  through direct numerical simulation (DNS) for the two and three dimensional unsteady compressible. Sound generation by interaction of two inviscid two-dimensional vortices The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.
No. 3 Upwind Scheme for Acoustic Disturbances Generated by Low-Speed. A study of the interaction between an initially columnar intake vortex (hereinafter referred to as the primary vortex) and vortex structures in the wake of a single sphere (hereinafter referred to as secondary vortices) is performed using a series of flow visualization experiments, in which a sphere is towed toward a stationary vortex with ambient axial flow and gradually decelerated to rest.
Sound generated by the pairing of two coaxial vortex rings in the presence of a background axisymmetric potential flow was studied numerically. Results show that the background flow substantially affects the sound generation process in the beginning of the vortex ring interaction. Presentation Notes: This figure is a plot showing the Strouhal number (St, St=Dfvs/U) versus the Reynolds number (Re, Re=UD/ν).The variation of St with Re is discussed so that the audience has an understanding of what flow features.
influence St, i.e., the vortex shedding frequency, and. Compressibility of the background mean flow and the vortex are taken into account and its effect on amplification of acoustic pressure is discussed. Generation of sound by stretching of vorticity dipole leads to formation of a three-spot wave with maximum acoustic pressure at the centerline.
Michael S. Howe, Lectures on the Theory of Vortex-Sound, Sound-Flow Interactions, /_2, (), (). Crossref Andreas Meister, Jens Struckmeier, Andreas Meister, Jens Struckmeier, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Aeroacoustics for Low Mach Number Flow, Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations, /This flow phenomenon moves relative to the rotor blades and causes periodic vortex separations at the blade tips and an axial reversed flow through the tip clearance of the rotor blades.
The paper describes experimental investigations of RIs in the Dresden Low-Speed Research Compressor (LSRC).VORTEX-BODY INTERACTIONS VORTEX-BODY INTERACTIONS Rockwell, Donald Abstract Interaction of a vortex, or combinations of them, with a cylinder, blade, or foil may involve both rapid distortion of the incident vorticity field and shedding of vorticity from the surface of the body.
This review focuses on the underlying flow physics, with the aim of clarifying the origin of the.