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Old   June 22, 2015, 02:34
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Hello.

I tried to validate the libAcoustics library for sound propagation based on Curle analogy using the paper ((Two and Three-Dimensional Simulation of Sound Generated by Flow Around a Circular Cylinder - 30th AIAA Aeroacoustics Conference)).
every thing was good as you can see my results except when I calculated the SPL & OASPL for different cylinder span length. The result where on the opposite, the higher SPL in my calculation was related to the shortest cylinder (in the paper was related to the longest cylinder).
any one can tell me why this happened. or is there any explanation for this result. ????
you can check my controlDit
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Hello.

I tried to validate the libAcoustics library for sound propagation based on Curle analogy using the paper ((Two and Three-Dimensional Simulation of Sound Generated by Flow Around a Circular Cylinder - 30th AIAA Aeroacoustics Conference)).
every thing was good as you can see my results except when I calculated the SPL & OASPL for different cylinder span length. The result where on the opposite, the higher SPL in my calculation was related to the shortest cylinder (in the paper was related to the longest cylinder).
any one can tell me why this happened. or is there any explanation for this result. ????
you can check my controlDit
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Hi Ahmad,

That result seems not very bad. Do you post the spl value directly or you make some postprocess for the farfield pressure to get it?

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Hi Guys,

When I run libacoustic I do not get any SPL or PSD results. I only get pressure- time signal. Do you use any special tools to get SPL or PSD?

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Hi,

You can calculate SPL or PSD using Matlab. Many functions could be used.

https://uk.mathworks.com/help/signal...sults_1_pwelch

https://uk.mathworks.com/help/signal...using-fft.html

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