3 years ago

Acoustic radiation of rotating and non-rotating finite length cylinders

Sirwan Farhadi
In this paper, a semi-analytical solution is presented for the problem of modal acoustic radiation efficiency of a finite-length rotating cylinder. The cylinder is immersed in an irrotational inviscid compressible fluid. Assuming the cylinder to vibrate sinusoidally in transverse direction and rotate at constant angular velocity, the scalar equation of sound propagation is decomposed into a coupled set of time independent equations. Using Galerkin method and employing spherical eigen-functions as a complete set of solution, modal acoustic pressure and acoustic radiation efficiency of the cylinder are calculated. Numerical solutions are presented to discuss modal radiation efficiency corresponding to forward and backward circumferential waves.
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