Special Issue "Aeroacoustics of Turbomachines"
A special issue of Acoustics (ISSN 2624-599X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 September 2020).
Interests: fluid machinery; fluid engineering; cavitation; flow induced vibration
Interests: aeroacoustics; noise control; modeling and numerical analysis in acoustics; flows and shock waves; turbomachinery; fan noise and turbulence
Interests: analytical model for the tonal noise of open rotors; airfoil broadband noise reduction techniques; aerodynamic, aeroacoustic and aeroelastic fan optimization; analytical & numerical methods for fan broadband noise modeling; fan aeroacoustic characterization
Interests: hydropower; turbomachines; hydraulic turbines; cavitation; flow instabilities; hydro-acoustic
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The 18th edition of the International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery (ISROMAC) brings together researchers in dynamics of rotating machinery and related disciplines to discuss and exchange their latest exciting research developments and to build new networks and collaborations.
The Special Issue Aeroacoustics of turbomachines of ISROMAC 18 is aimed at making a point on recent advances in rotating blade aeroacoustics, which includes: (1) aerodynamic noise prediction strategies based on analytical and/or numerical methods; (2) experimental studies dedicated to the characterization of aerodynamic noise sources; (3) physical understanding and the connection with unsteady flows in turbomachines.
The topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Hybrid methods in Computational AeroAcoustics (CAA) for blade/vane rows
- Tonal interaction noise in turbomachinery stages
- Turbomachinery broadband noise
- Broadband noise of loaded airfoils, basic studies
- Acoustic signature of off design conditions (surge, rotating stall, dynamic stall
- Advanced experimental techniques for noise source characterization
- Sound transmission in turbomachinery ducts
- Aerodynamic and acoustic installation effects
- Wind turbine noise
- Drones and urban air mobility
Prof. Kazuyoshi Miyagawa
Prof. Stéphane Moreau
Prof. Michel Roger
Dr. Arthur Favrel
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