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The University of Southampton

Experimental study of aerofoil noise sources in the spatial and temporal domains Seminar

16:00 - 17:00
26 October 2021
Building 5, room 2015

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Vanui Mardanyan at .

Event details

Sound generated by aerofoil is a widely encountered problem in many engineering applications and often poses a major challenge for aircraft and wind turbine manufacturers. The challenges arise from the highly complex nature of the aerofoil self-noise production mechanisms that are known to be governed by the regime of the boundary layer. Experimentally, it is still difficult and quite expensive to study simultaneously the spatial and time-resolved development of the convecting turbulence structures or boundary layer instabilities. This short presentation will discuss the use of a relatively low-cost flow diagnostic method that enables the spatio-temporal reconstruction of the ensemble-averaged flow field and wavelet analysis of the far field to study the trailing edge noise generation mechanisms.

Speaker information

Dr Tze Pei Chong

Reader at Brunel University London

"Before become a full time academic, I worked as a postdoctoral researcher at ISVR focusing on the experimental aerofoil noise and aeroacoustics wind tunnel construction (DARP). I obtained my PhD degree at University of Manchester to study the boundary layer transition. First Class in BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering at University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST)."

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