A general approach to modeling jet-turbulence interaction problems using rapid-distortion theory

Afsar, Mohammed (2019) A general approach to modeling jet-turbulence interaction problems using rapid-distortion theory. In: Sixteenth International Conference on Flow Dynamics, 2019-11-06 - 2019-11-08, Tohoku University.

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    Abstract

    In this talk we present recent developments in the Rapid-distortion theory of turbulence when applied to the prediction of sound radiated by non-homogeneous turbulence interacting with a trailing edge of a semi-infinite flat plate positioned parallel to the level curves of an otherwise arbitrary mean flow field. The latter problem has received much attention in Aero-acoustics research community and is a canonical representation of jet installation effects.