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|Title:||The engine-over-the-wing noise problem|
|Citation:||Journal of Sound and Vibration. 50(4): 553-569|
|Abstract:||The problem of diffraction of a sound wave by a strip in a moving fluid is investigated. The sound source is a line source which is at a fixed finite distance from the strip. This system is in a moving subsonic fluid, and a vortex sheet is assumed to be attached to the trailing edge. The above problem is supposed to be a theoretical model for the situation when an engine is at a fixed distance and orientation above an aircraft wing, the aircraft being in flight.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mathematics Research Papers|
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