By M. S. Howe
Acoustics of Fluid-Structure Interactions addresses an more and more very important department of fluid mechanics--the absorption of noise and vibration through fluid circulation. This topic, which bargains a variety of demanding situations to traditional components of acoustics, is of growing to be main issue in areas the place the surroundings is adversely tormented by sound. Howe offers necessary heritage fabric on fluid mechanics and the user-friendly thoughts of classical acoustics and structural vibrations. utilizing examples, a lot of which come with entire labored options, he vividly illustrates the theoretical innovations concerned. He offers the foundation for all calculations useful for the choice of sound new release by way of airplane, ships, basic air flow and combustion structures, in addition to musical tools. either a graduate textbook and a reference for researchers, Acoustics of Fluid-Structure Interactions is a vital synthesis of data during this box. it is going to additionally reduction engineers within the conception and perform of noise keep watch over.
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The one-equation model is then matched to the model used away from the wall. In calculations with both the k-c model and the RSE model away from the wall, the oneequation model due to Norris-Reynolds (1975) was adopted near the wall. The k-e-based two-layer model was already tested quite extensively for steady flows, including separated flows (see Rodi, 1991). The Norris-Reynolds model employs the eddyviscosity hypothesis and calculates the eddy viscosity from: < v' >= fc. vl k > , = I - ,t oi, I,/) (6) where fp is a damping function similar to the van Driest function accounting for the reduction of turbulent momentum exchange very near the wall.
For RSE models, low-Re versions are still under development and not yet ready for application to a complex flow. In both cases, such model versions require very fine numerical resolution near the wall which has an adverse effect on the computational effort required. For these reasons, a two-layer approach was adopted here in which the viscosity-affected nearwall region is resolved by a simpler one-equation model, which does not solve a dissipation-rate equation but uses a prescribed length-scale distribution and hence requires less numerical resolution near the wall.
The differences between calculations obtained with the two RSE variants are not very significant compared with the differences to the experiments. Of course, the asymmetry in the contour lines is basically the same in the calculations and experiments, as must be expected from the similarity of the streamlines, but the maxima of