Aeroacoustics: Physical principles and modeling approaches
TIFR Center for Applicable Mathematics, Bangalore 20-21 May, 2015
Prof. Karthik Duraisamy
Department of Aerospace Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
- Learn to describe sound and its propagation.
- Understand the fundamental principles of aerodynamically generated noise, its physical origins and mathematical description.
- Be in a position to predict noise generated by moving bodies in motion.
Basic understanding of fluid mechanics and partial differential equations.
- Introduction to physical acoustics and wave propagation
- Explanation of monopole, dipole and quadrupole noise sources
- Sound generation by bodies in motion
- Applications in helicopter/propeller rotors, jet noise, etc.
- 20 May: 10:30am to 12 noon
- 20 May: 2:00pm to 3:30pm
- 21 May: 10:30am to 12 noon
- 21 May: 2:00pm to 3:30pm
The lectures will be held in LH-111 (first floor).
- Airbus Group Corporate Foundation Chair, TIFR-CAM, Bangalore
- Sumit Kumar Patel, Aerospace, IISc.
- Josy P. Pullockara, CTFD, NAL
- Sintu Singha, CTFD, NAL
- Kaushik K. N., CTFD, NAL
- Saikishan Suryanarayanan, EMU, JNCASR
- Daisy Dahiya, TIFR-CAM
- Santhosh A. K. Aerospace, IISc.
- Parveena Shamin, Mathematics, IITM
- Vasudeva Murthy, TIFR-CAM
- Deepak H. S., Mathematics, MSRSAS
- Praveen Kumar B., Aerospace, IISc
- Ramanathan V., Aerospace, IISc
- Deep Ray, TIFR-CAM
- Praveen C., TIFR-CAM