Modeling coupled aerodynamics and vocal fold dynamics using immersed boundary methods.

@article{Duncan2006ModelingCA,
  title={Modeling coupled aerodynamics and vocal fold dynamics using immersed boundary methods.},
  author={Comer Duncan and Guangnian Zhai and Ronald C. Scherer},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={120 5 Pt 1},
  pages={2859-71}
}
The penalty immersed boundary (PIB) method, originally introduced by Peskin (1972) to model the function of the mammalian heart, is tested as a fluid-structure interaction model of the closely coupled dynamics of the vocal folds and aerodynamics in phonation. Two-dimensional vocal folds are simulated with material properties chosen to result in self-oscillation and volume flows in physiological frequency ranges. Properties of the glottal flow field, including vorticity, are studied in… CONTINUE READING

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