Computation of mixing layer noise using Large Eddy Simulation

@inproceedings{Bogey1999ComputationOM,
  title={Computation of mixing layer noise using Large Eddy Simulation},
  author={C. Bogey and C. Bailly and D. Juv{\'e}},
  year={1999}
}
An LES code (ALESIA for Appropriate Large Eddy Simulation for Aeroecoustics) is developed using special techniques of Computational AeroAcoustics (CAA). This approach allows a direct determination of the compressible field by solving the filtered Navier-Stokes equations. A 2-D subsonic mixing layer between two flows at 40 and 160 m.s-’ is simulated in a computational domain, including the acoustic far field. The sound generated by vortex pairing is then investigated. The radiation pattern has a… Expand

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