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Reducing Trailing Edge Noise Using Turbulent Boundary Layer Spectrum Models

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In this talk I will be giving a brief overview of my research project with Dr Ayton. The goal of the project is to use wavenumber-frequency spectra to reduce trailing edge noise, so we give an outline of the two important components of the type of model we will be investigating. First, there will be a quick introduction into the wavenumber frequency spectrum and its use in calculating important quantities in acoustics. Then, we give a useful analytic form for the scattered pressure solution from a gust interacting with a semi-infinite plate of zero thickness. I have spent more time investigating the latter, and will give some preliminary results for the gust problem with Neumann boundary conditions.

This talk is part of the Waves Group (DAMTP) series.

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