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Old   March 18, 2002, 05:18
Default NEW flow-induced noise module in FLUENT 6??
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dear gurus, I have read that the new FLuent 6 has the capability to estimate flow-induced noise propagation/source. Can i stretch the capability to capture the flow-induced noise if I were to set up a simple rotor-stator (sliding mesh)model and in the process solving for the noise flow due to their interaction both in the far/near field?

secondly, if there is a noise-estimation module in version 6, How is the governing equations/algorithm used in capturing the sound source(eg. lighthill analogy?)Does it take into account shock-induced/turbulence noise at blade-tip etc?

thanks a million
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