Boeing 18-inch fan rig broadband noise test

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Noise measurement, Turbofans, Ducted fans, Propeller noise, Aerodynamic noise, Unsteady flow, Performance tests, Aeroacou
Other titlesBoeing 18 inch fan rig broadband noise test.
StatementUlrich Ganz ... [et al.].
Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR-1998-208704., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-208704.
ContributionsGanz, Ulrich., Langley Research Center.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL17581987M
OCLC/WorldCa41550559

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Fan broadband noise is generated by the interaction of flow turbulence with the blades and vanes. Important sources of fan broadband noise include File Size: 5MB. we listen to the noise, with Tobin and Wiley present, and simultane-ously make measurements and recordings of the noise level.

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[5] Ganz U. W., Joppa P. D., Patten T. and Scharpf D. F., “ Boeing Inch Fan Rig Broadband Noise Test,” NASA Rept. CR, Google Scholar [6] Moreau A. and Enghardt L., “ Ranking of Fan Broadband Noise Sources Based on an Experimental Parametric Study,” AIAA PaperCited by: 4.

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The extended formulation is dedicated to future implementation in a fan-broadband-noise-prediction tool. The intended applications include the modern turbofan engines, for which analytical modelling is believed to be a good alternative to more expensive numerical techniques.

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Aeroacoustic Investigation of a Single Airfoil Tip Leakage Flow T.J., Scharpf, D.F. and Joppa, P.D.: Boeing inch fan rig broadband noise test. NASA CR Experimental and numerical investigation on passive devices for tip clearance induced noise reduction in axial flow fans, 7 th European Conference on Turbomachinery (ECT Cited by:   Far-field sound measurements were also made of the turbulence ingestion noise for a comprehensive range of rotor advance ratios varying from zero to high thrust, for rotor yaw angles out of the plane of the wake from −15 to 15°, and Author: W.

Nathan Alexander, William J. Devenport, Nicholas J. Molinaro, N. Agastya Balantrapu, Christopher. and rod-airfoil benchmark case for broadband noise prediction Bharat Raj Agrawal Bharat Raj, "Modeling fan broadband noise from jet engines and rod-airfoil benchmark case for broadband noise prediction" ().Graduate Theses and Dissertations.

Figure Schematic of the Boeing 18" fan rig. Also listed are the potential fan. Pratt & Whitney has developed a Broadband Fan Noise Prediction System (BFaNS) for turbofan engines. This system computes the noise generated by turbulence impinging on the leading edges of the fan and fan exit guide vane, and noise generated by boundary-layer turbulence passing over the fan trailing edge.

Contributions to the experimental characterisation of fan noise radiation Patten, J.T. & Scharpf, D.F.,Boeing l8-Inch Fan Rig Broadband Noise Test, NASA CR 5 Ganz, U.W – 6 Ganz, U.W.,Experimental investigation of the unsteady flow characteristics in the Boeing 18 inch fan rig, AIAA Paper Specifically, the paper focuses on advanced vehicle concepts, flow and noise control technologies, and advanced design and analysis tools.

Send article to Kindle. Ganz, U.W. al Boeing inch fan rig broadband noise test. NASA CR, Anderson, Cited by: G. Reboul, C. Polacsek, S. Lewy, S. Heib, Ducted fan broadband noise simulations using unsteady or averaged data, in Inter-noise37th Int’ Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering (), pp.

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The current paper reports the details of the validated aeroengine fan noise test method and the wind-tunnel test results for the by: 4. Experimental investigation of an inversion technique for the determination of broadband duct mode amplitudes by the use of near-field sensor arrays T.

Patten, and D. Scharpf, “ Beoing inch fan rig broadband noise test,” Technical Rep. NASA/CR - -Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, Google Scholar; by: This paper reports on quantitative tests of passive techniques for rotor-tip noise control in low-speed axial flow fans, based on blade-tip modifications involving the addition of antivortex appendages as by: putational work relevant to fan noise.

The first part of the review focuses on highlighting the need to study fan noise, di↵erent noise production mechanisms in an engine fan stage, and presents a few critical results from two major experimental campaigns [3, 4] designed to study fan noise.

These experiments classified and quantified di. research in this important area, the Fan Broadband Noise Prediction Panel Session will serve as a forum for assessing the current state of the art, using a portfolio of benchmark problems for which information on the mean flow, turbulence characteristics, and the sound field exists.

The portfolio includes two fundamental test cases. Methods for minimizing the effects of pylon induced disturbances of the airflow at the propeller blades (2) of propeller propulsion devices (3) attached to an aircraft component (5) by means of upstream pylons (4), comprising steps of injecting fluid on the zone of the propeller blades (2) from the rear part of said pylons (4) for minimizing the effects of said disturbances detected Cited by: 6.Fundamental Test Case 2 (FC2) The first benchmark is the Fundamental Test Case 2 (FC2) from the Fan Broadband Noise guide vanes in an annular duct were subjected to turbulence generated by an upstream by: Improvements in the reduction of jet noise and fan tones have meant that fan broadband noise is now a major noise source.

It is widely believed that the dominant source of fan broadband noise is due to the interaction between rotor wake turbulence and the stator vanes.