Experimental Investigation on Supersonic Jet Screech Tones

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In order to investigate the characteristic of the supersonic jet screech tones, an experimental bench of the supersonic jet was designed and a free field noise signal acquisition system was established. Effects of the nozzle size and jet Mach number on jet noise sound field distribution was analyzed, through the result comparison of supersonic jet noise experimental measurement. Results indicate that the field distribution of supersonic jet screech tones is characterized with very strong directivity. Peak value of the screech tones decrease and occurrence frequency of the screech tones increase with the decreasing jet exit Mach number; occurrence frequency of the screech tones decrease with the increasing nozzle size, but the peak value change very less. The experimental measurement of supersonic jet noise provides mechanism research of sound production with data supports and references; and also provides the numerical modeling of supersonic jet noise with validation criteria.

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Amanda Wu

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213-217

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J. M. Li et al., "Experimental Investigation on Supersonic Jet Screech Tones", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 232, pp. 213-217, 2012

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November 2012

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