A Computational Aeroacoustic Prediction of Discrete-Frequency Rotor-Stator Interaction Noise - a Linear Theory Analysis
The discrete-frequency noise generated by a rotor-stator interaction is computed by solving the fully nonlinear Euler equations in the time domain in two-dimensions. The acoustic response of the stator is determined simultaneously for the first three harmonics of the convected vertical gust of the rotor. The spatial mode generation, propagation and decay characteristics are predicted by assuming the acoustic field away from the stator can be represented as a uniform flow with small harmonic perturbations superimposed...
Sawyer, Scott; Nallasamy, M.; Hixon, R.; and Dyson, R. W., "A Computational Aeroacoustic Prediction of Discrete-Frequency Rotor-Stator Interaction Noise - a Linear Theory Analysis" (2004). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Research. 852.