Computation of aeroacoustic sources and sound propagation for urban challenges, part 2
Moving into 2020, the overreaching goal of the proposed project is to advance the use of aeroacoustics simulations of vehicles and develop suitable sound propagation methods for application to challenges in urban environments. Examples of such challenges are high-speed rail systems generating flow-induced noise with impact on urban environments and in the end on health, annoyance and the quality of life of exposed citizens. The proposed project facilitates collaboration between research groups at the Division of Fluid Dynamics and the Division of Applied Acoustics. Participants in the project are G. Minelli, H. Yao, J. Forssén, P. Höstmad and S. Krajnovic.
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Assistant professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Fluid Dynamics
My main interests are simulation of compressible flows, numerical techniques for computational fluid dynamics, modal analysis of flows using eigenmode extraction and simulation of flow induced noise...
Dean of Education in Architecture and Civil Engineering | Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Patrik Höstmad is Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics and Dean of Education in Architecture and Civil Engineering (ASAM). The research includes various aspects of sound and vibration, e.g...
Full Professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of fluid Dynamics
Sinisa was appointed Professor of Computational Fluid Dynamics in 2011 within the Division of Fluid Dynamics. Vehicle aerodynamics, bluff-body flows and time-dependent numerical simulations are main...
Associate Professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Fluid Dynamics
Hua-Dong Yao is researcher in the division of Fluid Dynamics. His academic background is in Turbulence Modeling for Large Eddy Simulation Applied to Computational Aeroacoustics (PhD)...
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