Theoretical and experimental study of quasisteady‐flow separation within the glottis during phonation. Application to a modified two‐mass model

@article{Pelorson1994TheoreticalAE,
  title={Theoretical and experimental study of quasisteady‐flow separation within the glottis during phonation. Application to a modified two‐mass model},
  author={X. Pelorson and A. Hirschberg and van Rr Ren{\'e} Hassel and Apj Abraham Wijnands and Y. Aur{\'e}gan},
  journal={Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1994},
  volume={96},
  pages={3416-3431}
}
Most flow models used in numerical simulation of voiced sound production rely, for the sake of simplicity, upon a certain number of assumptions. While most of these assumptions constitute reasonable first approximations, others appear more doubtful. In particular, it is implicitly assumed that the air flow through the glottal channel separates from the walls at a fixed point. Since this assumption appears quite unrealistic, and considering that the position of the separation point is an… Expand
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