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“…The solver was also applied to simulate the tonal noise radiation in the upstream direction. [20][21][22] The upstream radiation problem is numerically more demanding because the wave lengths are much shorter when the sound waves propagate against a high speed mean flow. All acoustic duct modes at blade passing frequency f b were cut-off, the dominant cuton azimuthal modes were m ¼ 6 for f ¼ 2f b and m ¼ -10 for f ¼ 3f b .…”
Section: Flow Solvermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The solver was also applied to simulate the tonal noise radiation in the upstream direction. [20][21][22] The upstream radiation problem is numerically more demanding because the wave lengths are much shorter when the sound waves propagate against a high speed mean flow. All acoustic duct modes at blade passing frequency f b were cut-off, the dominant cuton azimuthal modes were m ¼ 6 for f ¼ 2f b and m ¼ -10 for f ¼ 3f b .…”
Section: Flow Solvermentioning
confidence: 99%