Some mathematics of sound in aircraft engines
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Aircraft engines need to meet ever stricter noise restrictions. This
talk will explore some of the mathematical models of sound in aircraft
engines, and some of the theory behind some computational simulations of
sound propagation. This will include some recent advances, and some
even more recent steps backwards.
This talk is part of the Applied Mathematics Seminar Series series.
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