SNORING: LINEAR STABILITY ANALYSIS ANDIN-VITROEXPERIMENTS

@article{Aurgan1995SNORINGLS,
  title={SNORING: LINEAR STABILITY ANALYSIS ANDIN-VITROEXPERIMENTS},
  author={Y. Aur{\'e}gan and C. Depollier},
  journal={Journal of Sound and Vibration},
  year={1995},
  volume={188},
  pages={39-53}
}
Abstract A theoretical and experimental study is presented of the aeroelastic instability of the human soft palate, which can explain the occurrence of snoring. The soft palate is modelled by a beam clamped at its leading edge and free at its trailing edge. The continuous and discrete cases are investigated. Only the two first modes of vibration of the soft palate are taken into account. The flow is incompressible, inviscid and one dimensional. Structural damping and flow nonstationarities can… Expand
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