Event Date/Time: Mar 15, 2004
End Date/Time: Mar 19, 2004
A very accurate knowledge of the mechanisms of aerodynamic noise is required to satisfy current regulatory requirements. The aim of this Lecture Series is to present a state-of-the-art review of on-going activities in noise prediction and to indicate current research directions. Introductory lectures on the fundamentals of aeroacoustics will be followed by up-to-date reviews of experimental techniques and numerical modeling. Acoustic engineering and industrial applications, such as noise from rotating machines, combustion instabilities, ventilation, jet noise and wind noise around buildings, will also be presented to the attendees to enhance the applicability to their various fields of research.