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|Title:||A Wave Propagation Solver for Computational Aero-Acoustics|
|Keywords:||Helmholtz equation, Lighthill’s analogy, computational aero-acoustics, finite element method, Galerkin/least-squares stabilization, infinite element method, computational fluid dynamics|
|Abstract:||Simulation software is increasingly replacing traditional physical testing in the process of product development, as it can in many cases reduce development times and costs. In a variety of applications, the reduction of noise is an important aspect of the product design and using methods from the field of computational aero-acoustics (CAA), the generation and propagation of sound in air may be simulated. In this project, a FEM-based solver for the three-dimensional Helmholtz equation, mo... more|
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