On sound generated aerodynamically II. Turbulence as a source of sound

@article{Lighthill1954OnSG,
  title={On sound generated aerodynamically II. Turbulence as a source of sound},
  author={Michael James Lighthill},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A. Mathematical and Physical Sciences},
  year={1954},
  volume={222},
  pages={1 - 32}
}
  • M. Lighthill
  • Published 23 February 1954
  • Physics
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A. Mathematical and Physical Sciences
The theory of sound generated aerodynamically is extended by taking into account the statistical properties of turbulent airflows, from which the sound radiated (without the help of solid boundaries) is called aerodynamic noise. The theory is developed with special reference to the noise of jets, for which a detailed comparison with experiment is made (§7 for subsonic jets, §8 for supersonic ones). The quadrupole distribution of part I (Lighthill 1952) is shown to behave (see §3) as if it were… 
The noise from turbulence convected at high speed
The theory initiated by Lighthill (1952) for the purpose of estimating the sound radiated from a turbulent fluid flow is extended to deal with both the transonic and supersonic ranges of eddy
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  • R. Mankbadi, Joseph T. C. Liu
  • Physics
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences
  • 1984
Lighthill’s formulation of the aerodynamic sound problem (Lighthill, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 211, 564 (1952)) is here considered as fundamental to the sound generated by real turbulent jets. For
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To investigate the theoretical predictions of Lighthill on aerodynamic sound, measurements have been made of the sound field of a 1 in. air jet issuing from a long pipe. The measurements have been
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This paper describes a reformulation of the Lighthill (1952) theory of aerodynamic sound. A revised approach to the subject is necessary in order to unify the various ad hoc procedures which have
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AbstractA mathematical model is developed to describe the sound emitted from an arbitrarypoint within a turbulent flow near solid boundaries. A unidirectional, transversely-sheared mean flow is
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