Fifth International Workshop
"Computational Experiment in AeroAcoustics"
CEAA 2018


September 19-22, 2018
Svetlogorsk, Russia

The goal of the workshop is to discuss the state-of-the art of computational aeroacoustics and its challenges from the viewpoint of aerospace and other industries dealing with high-speed flows and sound generated by them. The Workshop offers an opportunity for fruitful inter-branch discussions among scientists, researchers, engineers, software developers, industry managers, etc., in order to develop and promote computational experiment in aeroacoustics as an efficient tool for applied research and design. Shortly, the Workshop is going to be at the interface (between research and applications, between computational and physical experiments, between theoretical and experimental investigations) with a regard to computational issues.

INVITED LECTURES

  • Mats ABOM, Prof., KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
    Aeroacoustic characterization of turbo-machinery PDF
  • Sanjiva LELE, Prof., Center for Turbulence Research, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
    Jet aeroacoustics: some insights from numerical experiments PDF
  • Philippe SPALART, Dr., The Boeing Company, Seattle, USA
    On the identification of solid sound sources via the Ffowcs Williams-Hawnings integral PDF

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

  • Thomas AHLEFELDT, Dr.-Eng., German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology , Goettingen, Germany
    Next steps in wind tunnel aeroacoustics: Measurements at flight-Reynolds numbers PDF

MAIN TOPICS

Т1 higher-accuracy and efficient methods in CAA
Т2 scale-resolving approaches to simulating turbulent flows and associated acoustic fields
Т3 simulations of applied problems:
      Т3.1 jet noise
      Т3.2 airframe noise
      Т3.3 fan noise
      Т3.4 turbomachinery noise
      Т3.5 helicopter rotor noise
      Т3.6 acoustic loads
      Т3.7 other noises
Т4 postprocessing techniques, data treatment and vizualization in physical and computational experiments in aeroacoustics
Т5 challenging problems in aeroacoustics in the light of computational experiment

ORGANIZERS

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS

with assistance from

  • Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Zhukovsky, Moscow Region,Russia;
  • Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia
  • Municipal Administration, Svetlogorsk, Kaliningrad region, Russia

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Sukhoi Company (JSC) Russian Foundation for Basic Research 	Central Institute of Aviation Motors NUMECA Russia Tecplot