Recent Advances in Aeroacoustics: Proceedings of an International Symposium held at Stanford University, August 22–26, 1983

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A. Krothapalli, C.A. Smith
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Science - 511 pages
The Joint Institute for Aeronautics and Acoustics at Stanford University was established in October 1973 to provide an academic environment for long-term cooperative research between Stanford and NASA Ames Research Center. Since its establishment, the Institute has conducted theoretical and experimental work in the areas of aerodynamics, acoustics, fluid mechanics, flight dynamics, guidance and control, and human factors. This research has involved Stanford faculty, research associates, graduate students, and many distinguished visitors in collaborative efforts with the research staff of NASA Ames Research Center. The occasion of the Institute's tenth anniversary was used to reflect back on where that research has brought us, and to consider where our endeavors should be directed next. Thus, an International Symposium was held to review recent advances in the fields relevant to the activities of the Institute and to discuss the areas of research to be undertaken in the future. This anniversary was also chosen as an opportunity to honor one of the Institute's founders and its director, Professor Krishnamurty Karamcheti. It has been his crea tive inspiration that has provided the ideal research environment at the Joint Institute.
 

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Contents

Waves in Turbulent Mixing Layers
3
On Broadband Shock Associated Noise of Supersonic Jets
25
On the Absorbtion of Sound by Turbulence and Other
52
Analyses of Broadband Noise Mechanisms of Rotors
85
Farassat
124
The Evolution of Methods for Noise Prediction of High Speed
128
Theoretical and Experimental Status
148
The Development of Contemporary Views of FlowTone
245
A Simple Theory of the Sondhauss Tube
326
A Review of Numerical Methods in Acoustic Wave Propagation
339
Acoustic Propagation in Partially Choked Ducts
455
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