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Research project

H2020 - ARTEM - Alan McAlpine


Lead researcher

Doctor Alan McAlpine

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Aeroacoustics
  • Aircraft engine noise

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Other researchers

Professor Rod Self


Research interests

  • Rod Self carries out research into how aircraft noise is produced, predicted and assessed. In particular he is interested in developing robust methods that can be used by industry to predict the noise produced by turbo-fan engine exhausts and other engine components. He also studies methods to predict noise around airports and how people who live nearby react to it.
  • Rod is a member of the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Propulsion Systems Noise where he leads the jet noise team and leads the UTC's involvement in a number collaborative aircraft noise research projects with both UK and European partners. Current work being undertaken focusses on developing a prediction methodology for the noise produced when the exhaust jet flow mixes with the ambient air and how the noise varies depending on the design of the engine nozzle and the engine's mounting in close proximity to the wing (jet-wing interaction noise). These studies involve experimental investigations at the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research's Doak Laboratory as well as theoretical studies.

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Doctor David Angland

Associate Professor

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Doctor Paul Murray

Principal Research Fellow

Research interests

  • Research into Aero Engine Acoustic Liner Optimisation, Manufacture and Test, and Engine Noise Source Generation/Propagation

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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Paul Murray,
Daisuke Sasaki,
& Christophe Richter
, 2021 , International Journal of Aeroacoustics , 20 (5-7) , 633--661
Type: article
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