Aeroacoustics: Fundamentals and Applications in Aeropropulsion Systems from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press Aerospace series is the go-to reference on the topic, providing a modern take on the fundamental theory and applications relating to prediction and control of all major noise sources in aeropropulsion systems. The book compiles the latest knowledge and research advances, considering both the physics of aerodynamic noise generation in aero-engines and related numerical prediction techniques. Also introduces the new vortex sound interaction models, transfer element method, and combustion instability model developed by the authors. Focusing on propulsion systems from inlet to exit, including combustion noise, this new resource will aid graduate students, researchers, and R&D engineers in solving the aircraft noise problems that currently challenge the industry.
* Updates the knowledge-base on the sound source generated by aeropropulsion systems, from inlet to exit, including combustion noise* Covers new aerodynamic noise control technology aimed at the low-noise design of next generation aero-engines, including topics such as aerodynamic noise and aero-engine noise control* Includes new, cutting-edge models and methods developed by an author team led by the editor-in-chief of the Chinese Journal of Aeronautics and Astronautics* Considers both the physics of aerodynamic noise generation in aero-engines and related numerical prediction techniques
Xiaofeng Sun Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Director of the Fluid and Acoustic Engineering Laboratory, Beihang University (BUAA), China and Editor-in-Chief of Chinese Journal of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Xiaodong Jing Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Beihang University. His research interests include vortex sound interaction, unsteady aerodynamics and numerical simulation of moving flow boundaries Xiaoyu Wang Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Beihang University. Research interests include turbomachinery noise and duct acoustics with emphasis on application in the aero-engine nacelle