MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 261, 20195ième Congrès International Francophone de Mécanique Avancée (CIFMA 2018)
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Section||Flows, Transport Phenomena, and Interactions|
|Published online||29 January 2019|
Experimental investigation of the correlation between the dynamics of an impinging jet on a slotted plate and the acoustic field generated
1 Laboratory of Engineering Sciences for the Environment LaSIE, Université de La Rochelle, La Rochelle 17000, France
2 Beirut Arab University-Tripoli Campus, Corniche El Meena, next to the Olympic Stadium, Tripoli, Lebanon
3 Lebanese university, faculty of sciences III, El Kobbeh, Tripoli, Lebanon
* Marwan Alkheir: email@example.com
In order to know the origin of the noise generation when an impinging jet hit a specific geometry, an experimental setup was used allowing the generation of the flow and the adjustments of its parameters (such as Reynolds number, confinement, alignment, etc…). The vortex dynamics in case of a high acoustic level for two different Reynolds numbers Re = 5684 and Re = 6214 are considered here. Indeed, many configurations allow self-sustaining sound loop to take place in confined spaces between the nozzle and the impinged surface. This feedback loop optimizes the energy transfer between the aerodynamic field and the acoustic field and creates a source of noise that can become very noisy. Thus, to control these phenomena, it is necessary to understand the aero-acoustic coupling in such configurations. As a result, we measured the 2C kinematic instantaneous fields (vx, vy) of the flow by the technique of Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) with a sampling rate of 1 KHz and the acoustic field is obtained using a B&K Microphone. For the two considered Reynold numbers, we can distinguish two patterns for the vortices travelling from the nozzle toward the plate of impact.
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