# Acoustic scattering by cascades with complex boundary conditions: compliance, porosity and impedance

@inproceedings{Baddoo2019AcousticSB, title={Acoustic scattering by cascades with complex boundary conditions: compliance, porosity and impedance}, author={P J Baddoo and Lorna J. Ayton}, year={2019} }

We present a solution for the scattered field caused by an incident wave interacting with an infinite cascade of blades with complex boundary conditions. This extends previous studies by allowing the blades to be compliant, porous or satisfying a generalised impedance condition. Beginning with the convected wave equation, we employ Fourier transforms to obtain an integral equation amenable to the Wiener--Hopf method. This Wiener--Hopf system is solved using a method that avoids the… CONTINUE READING

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