Experimental Aeroacoustics

Participants: F. Scarano, P. Moore, M. Novara, D. Violato

Partners: NLR (www.nlr.nl), Aero&Hydrodynamics Laboratories at 3mE (www.ahd.tudelft.nl)

Goals:

Main goals of this research theme are the study of the noise produced by airflow in configurations related to aerospace technology and the development and application of innovative technologies based on Time-resolved Particle Tomographic Image Velocimetry for acoustic source characterization
Current activities

- Methods to infer acoustic properties from field velocimetry (P. Moore, Post-Doc researcher)

- Development of Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry (M. Novara, PhD student)

- Experiments on Karman wake-wing profile interaction (V. Lorenzoni, MSc student)

- Aeroacoustics of subsonic rectangular cavities (Dushyant Parki, MSc student)

Funding:

European Research Council (http://erc.europa.eu), European Commission “Ideas” FP7 Programme, FLOVIST project (2008-2013)

 

Related publications:

“Aeroacoustic analysis of a rod-airfoil flow by means of time-resolved PIV”, V. Lorenzoni, M. Tuinstra, P. Moore and F. Scarano, AIAA Aeroacoustics Conference, 5 November 2009, Miami (US)

“Tomographic particle Image Velocimetry”, G.E Elsinga, F. Scarano, B. Wieneke, B.W. van Oudheusden, Experiments in Fluids, 41, 2006

“Post-processing of time resolved PIV data – Unsteady aerodynamic forces and planar pressure imaging”, F. Scarano and B.W. van Oudheusden Post-processing of experimental and numerical data, VKI Lecture Series, February 11-15, 2008, von Kármán Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint Genèse, Belgium

“Image deformation methods in PIV”, F. Scarano, Measurement Science and Technology, Review Article 11, 2002

 

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