11th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (26th AIAA Aeroacoustics Conference)

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11th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (26th AIAA Aeroacoustics Conference)
23 - 25 May 2005 Hyatt Regency Monterey Monterey, California
Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
0800 - 0900
Keynote Address
Regency Main
Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 1-AA-1
Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Phenomena I: Cavity Aeroacoustics
Windjammer II-III

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"Prospects for a Quiet Future in Aeronautics"
Dr. Richard W. Wlezien
Director, Vehicle Systems Division
NASA Headquarters
Washington, DC
Chaired by: K. AHUJA, Georgia Institute of Technology, Smyrna, GA
0900
AIAA-2005-2800
Comparison of Large Cavity
Aeroacoustic Computations
with Flight Test Results
J. Ellis, U.S. Air Force,
Kirtland AFB, NM
0930
AIAA-2005-2801
Wall Pressure Modes in
Subsonic Cavity Flows
N. Murray, National Center
for Physical Acoustics,
University, MS
1000
AIAA-2005-2802
The Attenuation of Cavity
Tones Using Plasma
Actuators
S. Chan, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1030
AIAA-2005-2803
Another Look at Supersonic
Cavity Flows and Their
Control
N. Zhuang, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1100
AIAA-2005-2804
Influence of Wind Tunnel
Walls on Cavity Acoustic
Resonances
J. Alvarez, University of
Arizona, Tucson, AZ
1130
AIAA-2005-2805
Acoustic Source and Near
Field of Three- Dimensional
Compressible Flow over an
Open Cavity
H. Lai, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1200
AIAA-2005-2806
Forced Response in Three-
dimensional Cavities Using
Linearized Euler Frequency
Domain Analysis
J. Gilson, Pratt & Whitney,
East Hartford, CT
Chaired by: R. THOMAS, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
0900
0930
1000
1030
1100
1130
1200
Chaired by: J. SCOTT, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
0900
0930
1000
1030
1100
1130
1200
Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 2-AA-2
Airframe/High-Lift Noise I: Analysis and Measurement
Regency I

Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 3-AA-3
CAA Applications I
Regency II

Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 4-AA-4
Computational Aeroacoustics I: Methods
Regency III

Due to formatting reasons, this version of the program lists only the first contributing author of each meeting paper. For a complete and up-to-date listing, please visit:
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Chaired by: R. THOMAS, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
0900
AIAA-2005-2807
Full- Scale Propulsion
Airframe Aeroacoustics
Investigation
R. Elkoby, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
0930
AIAA-2005-2808
Assessment of an Airframe
Noise Prediction Model
Through Flyover Noise
Measurements
M. Pott-Pollenske, DLR
German Aerospace Center,
Braunschweig, Germany
1000
AIAA-2005-2809
Spectral Analysis of
Airframe Noise of an Aircraft
Model A320/A321
D. Blacodon, ONERA,
Châtillon, France
1030
AIAA-2005-2810
Measurements of 26%-
scale 777 Airframe Noise in
the NASA Ames 40- by 80-
ft Wind Tunnel
W. Horne, NASA Ames
Research Center, Moffett
Field, CA
1100
AIAA-2005-2811
Identification of Aircraft
Noise at Landing
H. Yao, Queen’s University
Belfast, Belfast, Great Britain
1130
AIAA-2005-2812
Characterization of
Unsteady Flow Structures
Around Tandem Cylinders
for Component Interaction
Studies in Airframe Noise
L. Jenkins, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1200
AIAA-2005-2813
Investigation of the Unsteady
Flow Field Inside a Leading
Edge Slat Cove
K. Kaepernick, German
Aerospace Center (DLR),
Goettingen, Germany
Chaired by: J. SCOTT, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
0900
AIAA-2005-2814
Numerical Simulations of
Fan Interaction Noise Using
a Hybrid Approach
C. Polacsek, ONERA,
Châtillon, France
0930
AIAA-2005-2815
The Prediction of Fan
Exhaust Noise Propagation
Y. Zhao, Pennsylvania State
University, University Park,
PA
1000
AIAA-2005-2816
Numerical Simulation of the
Downstream Fan Noise of a
3D Coaxial Jet
S. Redonnet, ONERA,
Châtillon, France
1030
AIAA-2005-2817
Noise Radiated by a High-
Reynolds- number 3- D Airfoil
O. Marsden, Ecole Centrale
de Lyon, Ecully, France
1100
AIAA-2005-2818
Modeling of Jets with Coflow
P. Tucker, University of
Wales, Swansea, Swansea,
Great Britain
1130
AIAA-2005-2819
Acoustic Scattering from an
Obstacle in a Homogeneous
Non- uniformly Moving
Medium
T. Semenova, NASA
Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA
1200
AIAA-2005-2820
Computational
Aeroacoustics Study of
Benchmark Problems Using
2D CE/SE Method
J. Yen, Jacobs Sverdrup,
Arnold AFB, TN
Chaired by: D. HIXON, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
0900
AIAA-2005-2821
Validation of Higher- Order
Discontinuous Galerkin
Method for the Linearized
Euler Equations
H. Ozdemir, University of
Twente, Enschede, The
Netherlands
0930
AIAA-2005-2822
An Optimal hp Dicontinuous
Galerkin Method for
Computational Aeroacoustics
C. Peyret, ONERA,
Chatillon, France
1000
AIAA-2005-2823
Efficient Discontinuous
Galerkin Methods for
Solving Acoustic Problems
N. Chevaugeon, Université
Catholique de Louvain,
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
1030
AIAA-2005-2824
Compact Higher- order
Discontinuous Galerkin
Method for Complex
Geometry
C. Kim, Korea Aerospace
Research Institute, Daejeon,
South Korea
1100
AIAA-2005-2825
Optimized Dispersion and
Dissipation Schemes and
Cartesian Cut- Cell Method
in Computational
Aeroacoustics
M. Popescu, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL
1130
AIAA-2005-2826
A Frontal Semi-
Characteristics Method for
Computational Aeroacoustics
J. Schulten, Acustica Nova,
Emmeloord, The
Netherlands
1200
AIAA-2005-2827
An Efficient Frequency-
Domain Algorithm for Wave
Scattering Problems in
Application to Jet Noise
S. Karabasov, University of
Cambridge, Cambridge,
Great Britain
Chaired by: S. BETHKE, Siemens AG, Muelheim, Germany
Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 5-AA-5
Core Noise
Regency IV


Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 6-AA-6
General Acoustics I
Windjammer IV


Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 7-AA-7
Jet Noise Diagnostics
Regency Main

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Chaired by: S. BETHKE, Siemens AG, Muelheim, Germany
0900
AIAA-2005-2828
Source of Combustion Noise
R. Rajaram, Georgia
Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, GA
0930
AIAA-2005-2829
Combustion Noise of
Auxiliary Power Units
C. Tam, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1000
AIAA-2005-2830
Indirect Combustion Noise
Generation in Gas Turbines
F. Bake, German Aerospace
Center, Berlin, Germany
1030
AIAA-2005-2831
Stability Analysis of Gas-
turbine Combustion
Chambers
S. Bethke, Siemens AG,
Muelheim An Der Ruhr,
Germany
1100
AIAA-2005-2832
Control of Combustion-
Instabilities Through Various
Passive Devices
A. Frendi, University of
Alabama in Huntsville,
Huntsville, AL
1130
AIAA-2005-2833
Acoustic Mode
Decomposition of
Compressor Noise Under
Consideration of Radial Flow
Profiles
L. Enghardt, German
Aerospace Center, Berlin,
Germany
Chaired by: E. CAMPOS, Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (INTA), Madrid, Spain
0900
AIAA-2005-2834
An Application of the
Parabolic Equation to Long-
Range Propagation of Wind
Turbine Noise
R. Cheng, Pennsylvania
State University, University
Park, PA
0930
AIAA-2005-2835
Large Scale Propagation of
Supersonic Jet Noise
C. Millet, CEA,
Bruyeres-Le-Chatel, France
1000
AIAA-2005-2836
Calculation of Sound
Scattering Using Curle's
Analogy for Non- Compact
Bodies
C. Schram, LMS
International, Leuven,
Belgium
1030
AIAA-2005-2837
Prediction of Noise from
Rocket Engines
E. Campos, Instituto
Nacional de Tecnica
Aeroespacial, Madrid, Spain
1100
AIAA-2005-2838
Verification and Validation
Test Cases for Far- field
Time Domain Acoustic
Simulations
C. Hirsch, Vrije Universiteit
Brussel, Brussel, Belgium
1130
AIAA-2005-2839
Rational Approximant
Applied to Acoustic
Diffraction by a Finite Strip in
Convected Medium
W. Jeon, Korea Advanced
Institute of Science and
Technology, Daejeon, South
Korea
Chaired by: S. NARAYANAN, United Technologies Research Center, East Hartford, CT
0900
AIAA-2005-2840
The Structure of Shock Cell
Noise from Supersonic Jets
D. Long, Aero Systems
Engineering, St Paul, MN
0930
AIAA-2005-2841
Phased Array Models of
Shock- cell Noise Sources
S. Lele, Stanford University,
Stanford, CA
1000
AIAA-2005-2842
Phased- array
Measurements of Single
Flow Hot Jets
S. Lee, QSS Group, Inc.,
Cleveland, OH
1030
AIAA-2005-2843
Non- intrusive Jet Noise
Study Combining Rayleigh
Scattering and Phased Array
Measurement Technique
R. Dougherty, OptiNav, Inc.,
Bellevue, WA
1100
AIAA-2005-2844
Identification of Noise
Sources in High Speed Jets
via Correlation
Measurements - a Review
J. Panda, Ohio Aerospace
Institute, Brookpark, OH
1130
AIAA-2005-2845
An Experimental Study of
Flow Asymmetry in Co- Axial
Jets
S. Birch, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
1200
AIAA-2005-2846
Validation of the Small Hot
Jet Acoustic Rig for
Aeroacoustic Research
J. Bridges, NASA Glenn
Research Center, Cleveland,
OH
Chaired by: H. BROUWER, National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, Emmeloord, The Netherlands
Monday Morning / 23 May 2005
Session 8-AA-8
Liners I
Windjammer I

Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 9-AA-9
Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Phenomena II
Windjammer II-III

Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 10-AA-10
Airframe/High-Lift Noise II: Prediction
Regency I

Due to formatting reasons, this version of the program lists only the first contributing author of each meeting paper. For a complete and up-to-date listing, please visit:
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Chaired by: H. BROUWER, National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, Emmeloord, The Netherlands
0900
AIAA-2005-2847
Direct Calculation of Liner
Impedance from its Indirect
Measurement
T. Elnady, Ain Shams
University, Cairo, Egypt
0930
AIAA-2005-2848
A Quasi- 3- D Theory for
Impedance Eduction in
Uniform Grazing Flow
W. Watson, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1000
AIAA-2005-2849
Manufacturing Process and
Boundary Layer Influences
on Perforate Liner
Impedance
P. Murray, AerMacchi SpA,
Venegono Superiore, Italy
1030
AIAA-2005-2850
Performance of a
Checkerboard Liner with
Uncertain Impedances
J. Robinson, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1100
AIAA-2005-2851
Fan Tone Scattering by
Lining Discontinuities
C. Blom, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
1130
AIAA-2005-2852
Modal Scattering at an
Impedance Transition in a
Lined Flow Duct
S. Rienstra, Eindhoven
University of Technology,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
1200
AIAA-2005-2853
Benchmark Data for
Evaluation of Aeroacoustic
Propagation Codes with
Grazing Flow
M. Jones, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
Chaired by: L. SHAW, Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB, OH
1400
AIAA-2005-2854
Persistent Structure in the
Turbulent Boundary Layer
D. Palumbo, NASA Langley,
Hampton, VA
1430
AIAA-2005-2855
Measurements of the
Wavenumber- Frequency
Spectrum of Wall Pressure
Fluctuations Under
Turbulent Flows
B. Arguillat, Renault SAS,
Guyancourt, France
1500
AIAA-2005-2856
Pressure Fluctuations in the
Transonic Boundary Layer
of a Vega Launcher Model
G. Guj, University Roma Tre
- DIMI, Rome, Italy
1530
AIAA-2005-2857
Orifice Impedance Under
Grazing Flow: Influence of
Boundary Layer
Characteristics
G. Kooijman, Technische
Universiteit Eindhoven,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
1600
AIAA-2005-2858
Modeling Approach for
Reducing Helmholtz
Resonance in Submarine
Structures
S. Arunajatesan,
Combustion Research and
Flow Technology, Inc.,
Pipersville, PA
1630
AIAA-2005-2859
Towards Optimal Sunroof
Buffeting Predictions with
Compressibility and Surface
Impedance Effects
A. Read, CD-adapco,
London, Great Britain
1700
AIAA-2005-2860
The Impact of Vehicle
Velocity and Opening Size
on Low Frequency Sound
Waves
P. Lenzuni, Italian National
Institute for Occupational
Prevention and Safety,
Firenze, Italy
Chaired by: W. SCHROEDER, Aerodynamisches Institut, RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany
1400
AIAA-2005-2861
Towards an Airframe Noise
Prediction Methodology:
Part I. Survey of Current
Approaches
F. Farassat, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1430
AIAA-2005-2862
CAA Slat Noise Simulations
of 3D Swept Wings Applying
a Stochastic Noise Model
R. Ewert, DLR, German
Aerospace Center,
Braunschweig, Germany
1500
AIAA-2005-2863
Slat Aeroacoustics: Effect of
3D Flow Structures
M. Choudhari, NASA
Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA
1530
AIAA-2005-2864
Numerical Simulation of
NACA0012 Wingtip Flow
Leading to Noise Generation
T. Imamura, Japan
Aerospace Exploration
Agency, Chofu, Japan
1600
AIAA-2005-2865
Tip Vortex Noise Prediction
by SAURON: Superior
Aeroacoustics Using Robust
Overset Numerics
A. Uzun, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1630
AIAA-2005-2866
Unsteady Flowfield Around
Tandem Cylinders as
Prototype for Component
Interaction in Airframe Noise
M. Khorrami, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1700
AIAA-2005-2867
Acoustic Resonances in a
2D Slat Cove and 3D Open
Cavity
S. Hein, DLR Goettingen,
Goettingen, Germany
Chaired by: J. YEN, Jacobs Sverdrup, Arnold AFB, Tullahoma, TN
Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 11-AA-11
Computational Aeroacoustics II: Boundary Conditions & Grids
Regency III

Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 12-AA-12
Fan Noise Measurement and Modeling
Regency IV

Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 13-AA-13
Jet Aeroacoustics Simulation I
Regency II

Due to formatting reasons, this version of the program lists only the first contributing author of each meeting paper. For a complete and up-to-date listing, please visit:
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Chaired by: J. YEN, Jacobs Sverdrup, Arnold AFB, Tullahoma, TN
1400
AIAA-2005-2868
A New Characteristic
Nonreflecting Boundary
Condition for the
Multidimensional Navier-
Stokes Equations
T. Yaguchi, University of
Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, Japan
1430
AIAA-2005-2869
High- Order Methods and
Boundary Conditions for
Simulating Subsonic Flows
T. Hagstrom, University of
New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM
1500
AIAA-2005-2870
Comparative Study of
Nonreflecting Boundary-
Conditions for the Euler
Equations
J. Chassaing, Universite
Pierre-et-Marie-Curie, Paris,
France
1530
AIAA-2005-2871
Validation of Wall Boundary
Conditions for a CAA Code
Using Ringleb's Flow
V. Satav, University of
Toledo, Toledo, OH
1600
AIAA-2005-2872
An Overlapping Grid Method
for CFD/CAA Coupling,
Numerical and Theoretical
Aspects
G. Desquesnes, ONERA,
Chatillon, France
1630
AIAA-2005-2873
Adaptive Mesh Refinement
for Computational
Aeroacoustics
X. Huang, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1700
AIAA-2005-2874
Adjoint- Based Grid
Adaptation for Sonic Boom
Prediction
D. Venditti, Pratt & Whitney
Canada, Longueuil, Canada
Chaired by: P. MIGLIORE, NREL/National Wind Turbine Center, Golden, CO
1400
AIAA-2005-2875
Effect of Tip Clearance on
Fan Noise and Aerodynamic
Performance
C. Hughes, NASA Glenn
Research Center, Cleveland,
OH
1430
AIAA-2005-2876
Axial Fan Tone Noise
Induced by Separated Flow,
Flutter, and Forced
Response
B. Schuster, Honeywell
Engines, Systems &
Services, Phoenix, AZ
1500
AIAA-2005-2877
Turbulence and Acoustics in
Propulsion
D. Stephens, University of
Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
1530
AIAA-2005-2878
Noise Prediction of
Advanced Ducted Counter
Rotating Fans
Y. Abdelhamid, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
1600
AIAA-2005-2879
High Frequency Sound
Radiation from Fans with
Transonic Tip Speed
S. Glegg, Florida Atlantic
University, Boca Raton, FL
1630
AIAA-2005-2880
A Model for Fan Broadband
Interaction Noise in
Nonuniform Flow
H. Atassi, University of Notre
Dame, Notre Dame, IN
1700
AIAA-2005-2881
Prediction of Turbulent
Inflow and Trailing- Edge
Noise for Wind Turbines
P. Moriarty, National
Renewable Energy
Laboratory, Golden, CO
Chaired by: C. BOGEY, Ecole centrale de Lyon-LMFA, Ecully, France
1400
AIAA-2005-2882
Numerical Simulation of
Three- Dimensional
Supersonic Jet Screech
Tones
X. Li, Beijing University of
Aeronautics & Astronautics,
Beijing, China (prc)
1430
AIAA-2005-2883
Influence of Nozzle
Modelling in LES of
Turbulent Free Jets
X. Wu, Loughborough
University, Loughborough,
Great Britain
1500
AIAA-2005-2884
LES Prediction of Flow and
Acoustic Field of a Coaxial
Jet
N. Andersson, Chalmers
University of Technology,
Gothenburg, Sweden
1530
AIAA-2005-2885
Investigation of Sound
Sources in Subsonic Jets
Using LES Data
C. Bogey, Ecole Centrale de
Lyon, Ecully, France
1600
AIAA-2005-2886
Modal Analysis of a
Subsonic Hot Jet LES with
Comparison to the Linear
Stability Analysis
F. Muller, ONERA, Châtillon,
France
1630
AIAA-2005-2887
CFD Analysis of Jets with
Internal Forced Mixers
L. Garrison, Purdue
University, West Lafayette,
IN
1700
AIAA-2005-3095
Numerical Simulation of
Subsonic and Supersonic
Jets
K. Senesh, Indian Institute of
Technology, Chennai, India
Chaired by: J. PANDA, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Brook Park, OH
1400
1430
1500
1530
1600
1630
1700
Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 14-AA-14
Jet Noise Reduction I
Regency Main

Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 15-AA-15
Liners II
Windjammer I

Monday Afternoon / 23 May 2005
Session 16-AA-16
Rotorcraft and Prop/Fan Noise
Windjammer IV


Due to formatting reasons, this version of the program lists only the first contributing author of each meeting paper. For a complete and up-to-date listing, please visit:
http://www.aiaa.org/agenda.cfm?lumeetingid=1140&dateget=all#session4705
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Chaired by: J. PANDA, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Brook Park, OH
1400
AIAA-2005-2888
Impact of Fluidic Chevrons
on Jet Noise
B. Henderson, NASA
Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA
1430
AIAA-2005-2889
Design and Control of a
Morphing Chevron for
Takeoff and Cruise Noise
Reduction
J. Mabe, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
1500
AIAA-2005-2890
Parametric Study of Fan
Flow Deflectors for Jet
Noise Suppression
D. Papamoschou, University
of California, Irvine, CA
1530
AIAA-2005-2891
The Effect of a Cross Wire
Device on Supersonic Jet
Noise
Y. Kweon, Kyushu
University, Kasuga, Japan
1600
AIAA-2005-2892
Noise Characteristics of
Mixer Nozzle/Ejector for
Two- Dimensional and
Axisymmetric Geometry
T. Oishi, IHI, Tokyo, Japan
1630
AIAA-2005-2893
Active Noise Control of
Supersonic Impinging Jets
Using Pulsed Microjets
J. Choi, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology,
Cambridge, MA
1700
AIAA-2005-2894
Modeling of Piezoelectric
Actuators for Active Control
of Jet Noise
G. Butler, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
Chaired by: M. JONES, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
1400
AIAA-2005-2895
Performance in Wind Tunnel
of Hybrid Active/passive
Absorbent Panels
M. Galland, Ecole Centrale
de Lyon, Ecully, France
1430
AIAA-2005-2896
Experimental Investigation
of Harmonic Interaction
Effects for Perforates
H. Bodén, KTH, Stockholm,
Sweden
1500
AIAA-2005-2897
Characteristics of Mode
Scattering by Rigid Splices
in Lined Inlet
W. Bi, Laboratoire
d'Acoustique de l'Université
du Maine, Le Mans, France
1530
AIAA-2005-2898
Liner Layout Optimization for
Turbofan Engine Inlet Ducts
S. Zheng, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI
1600
AIAA-2005-2900
A Statistically Based
Computational Approach for
Broad Band Noise
Attenuation
G. Zlavog, University of
Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO
1630
AIAA-2005-2899
Statistical Distributions for
Acoustic Power of Broad
Band Noise in Lined Ducts
G. Zlavog, University of
Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO
1700
AIAA-2005-2901
Validation of 3D Acoustic
Propagation Code with
Analytical and Experimental
Results
J. Lan, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
Chaired by: I. BORCHERS, Dornier Gmbh, Friedrichshafen, Germany
1400
AIAA-2005-2902
A Study of Helicopter Tip-
Path Plane Control and
Blade- Vortex Interaction
Aeroacoustics During Slow
Longitudinal Maneuvers
G. Gopalan, University of
Mayland, College Park, MD
1430
AIAA-2005-2903
An Investigation of Transient
Rotor Noise in Maneuvering
Flight
H. Chen, Pennsylvania State
University, University Park,
PA
1500
AIAA-2005-2904
Helicopter Noise Reduction
Using Actively Controlled
Flaps
P. Friedmann, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
1530
AIAA-2005-2905
LES of the Flow and
Acoustics Generated by a
Wing Installed Aircraft
Propeller Running in the
Vicinity of the Ground
D. Moroianu, Lund Institute
of Technology, Lund,
Sweden
1600
AIAA-2005-2906
Aeroacoustic Design of
Automotive Engine Cooling
Fan System
S. Moreau, Valeo Motors
and Actuators, La Verriere,
France
1630
AIAA-2005-2907
Application of Distributed
Automated MDO
Environment to
Aero/Acoustic Shape
Optimization of a Fan Blade
U. Idahosa, ERAU, Daytona
Beach, FL
Welcome Address:
Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
0800 - 0900
Keynote Address
Regency Main
Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 17-AA-17
Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Phenomena III
Windjammer II-III

Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 18-AA-18
CAA Applications II
Regency II

Due to formatting reasons, this version of the program lists only the first contributing author of each meeting paper. For a complete and up-to-date listing, please visit:
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Welcome Address:
AIAA President Donald W. Richardson and AAAF Vice President Christian Mari
Keynote Address:
"Finding Hope Amidst the Challenges -- Philosophical and Practical Views of Aircraft Noise and Emissions Reduction"
John-Paul Clarke
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chaired by: G. RAMAN, Illinois Institute of Technology, Glenview, IL
0900
AIAA-2005-2908
Experimental Investigations
on the Acoustic Efficiency of
Premixed Swirl Stabilized
Flames
A. Winkler, Lehrstuhl für
Thermodynamik, TU
München, Garching,
Germany
0930
AIAA-2005-2909
Model- Based Control of a
Rijke Tube Combustion
Instability
A. Morgans, Cambridge
University, Cambridge,
Great Britain
1000
AIAA-2005-2910
Noise Radiation Associated
with Unsteady Diesel Engine
Combustion Chamber
Pressure Evolution
T. Schuller, EM2C
Laboratory, CNRS-Ecole
Centrale Paris,
Châtenay-Malabry, France
1030
AIAA-2005-2911
Numerical Simulation of the
Unsteady Flow in a Model
Ramjet Combustor
R. Sivakumar, Indian
Institute of Technology
Madras, Chennai, India
1100
AIAA-2005-2912
Pressure Oscillations in
Solid Rocket Motors:
Numerical Simulation
F. Stella, University of
Rome, Rome, Italy
1130
AIAA-2005-2913
Aeroacoustic of the VEGA
Launcher: Wind Tunnel
Tests and Full Scale
Extrapolations
B. Imperatore, Italian
Aerospace Research
Centre, Capua, Italy
1200
AIAA-2005-2914
Effect of Surface Impedance
for Reducing Aerodynamic
Sound from Cricular Cylinder
S. Akishita, Ritsumeikan
University, Kusatsu, Japan
Chaired by: V. GOLUBEV, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL
0900
AIAA-2005-2915
Sound Generation by
Unsteady Airfoil Motions: A
Study Using Direct
Computation & Acoustic
Analogy
S. Nagarajan, Stanford
University, Stanford, CA
0930
AIAA-2005-2916
Influence of Turbulence
Modeling on Airfoil Unsteady
Simulations of Broadband
Noise Sources
S. Moreau, Valeo Motors
and Actuators, La Verriere,
France
1000
AIAA-2005-2917
Aeroacoustic Simulation of a
Double Diaphragm Using
Lattice Boltzmann Method
A. Belanger, Exa Corp,
Burlington, MA
1030
AIAA-2005-2918
Vortex Noise Predictions
with High- Order
Discontinuous- Galerkin
Discretizations
I. Toulopoulos, University of
Athens, Athens, Greece
1100
AIAA-2005-2919
On the Application of CAA-
Methods for the Simulation
of Indirect Combustion Noise
C. Richter, Berlin University
of Technology, Berlin,
Germany
1130
AIAA-2005-2920
Numerical Simulation of
Aircraft Engine Installation
Acoustic Effects
E. Manoha, ONERA,
Chatillon, France
1200
AIAA-2005-2921
Prediction of Aero Acoustic
Noise in Automotive
Centrifugal Fans: Validation
of CFD and Acoustic
Simulation Techniques
F. Dubief, Valeo Climate
Control, La Verrière, France
Chaired by: N. ANDERSSON, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothennburg, Sweden
0900
0930
1000
1030
1100
1130
1200
Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 19-AA-19
Computational Aeroacoustics III
Regency III

Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 20-AA-20
Experimental Jet Aeroacoustics
Regency I


Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 21-AA-21
Jet Noise Modeling I
Regency Main

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Chaired by: N. ANDERSSON, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothennburg, Sweden
0900
AIAA-2005-2922
An Evaluation of Numerical
Methods Applied to Aircraft
Wing Problems with Flow
H. Rice, University of Dublin,
Trinity College, Dublin,
Ireland
0930
AIAA-2005-2923
Approach for Hydro-
Acoustic Computations of
Channel Flows
I. Pantle, University of
Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe,
Germany
1000
AIAA-2005-2924
A Novel Potential- Flow
Boundary Integral
Formulation for Helicopter
Rotors in BVI Conditions
M. Gennaretti, Università
degli Studi Roma Tre, DIMI,
Rome, Italy
1030
AIAA-2005-2925
Effects of Inflow Conditions
and Subgrid Model on LES
for Turbulent Jets
N. Andersson, Chalmers
University of Technology,
Gothenburg, Sweden
1100
AIAA-2005-2926
Spectral- Element/Kirchhoff
Method for Fan- Tone
Directivity Calculations
D. Venditti, Pratt & Whitney
Canada Corp., Longueuil,
Canada
1130
AIAA-2005-2927
The Linearized Perturbed
Compressible Equations for
Aeroacoustic Noise
Prediction at Very Low Mach
Numbers
J. Seo, Korea University,
Seoul, South Korea
1200
AIAA-2005-2928
Numerical Method for the
Convective Lighthill's
Equation
R. Arina, Politecnico di
Torino, Torino, Italy
Chaired by: T. BHAT, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA
0900
AIAA-2005-2929
Acoustic & Flow- field
Characteristics of Shockcell
Noise from Dual Flow
Nozzles
T. Bhat, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
0930
AIAA-2005-2930
On the Nonlinear
Propagation of Shock-
Associated Jet Noise
B. Petitjean, Pennsylvania
State University, University
Park, PA
1000
AIAA-2005-2931
Aeroacoustics of a Heated
Mach 2.0 Jet
B. Greska, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1030
AIAA-2005-2932
Research Summary on the
AEDC ASTF C- 2
Aeroacoustic Resonance
Phenomenon
C. Sebourn, Dynetics Corp.,
Arnold AFB, TN
1100
AIAA-2005-2933
Study the Noise
Characteristics of a Single-
Chamber Two- stage Rocket
Motor
Q. Xu, Nanjing University of
Science and Technology,
Nanjing, China (prc)
1130
AIAA-2005-2934
Jet Noise Characteristics of
Chevrons in Internally Mixed
Nozzles
V. Mengle, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
Chaired by: D. JUVÉ, Ecole Centrale De Lyon, Ecully Cedex, France
0900
AIAA-2005-2936
Does a Model Scale Nozzle
Emit the Same Jet Noise as
a Jet Engine?
K. Viswanathan , The
Boeing Company, Seattle,
WA
0930
AIAA-2005-2935
A Method for Identifying
Turbulent Mixing Noise in
Jet Noise Spectra from
Shock- Containing Plumes
K. Viswanathan, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
1000
AIAA-2005-2937
Bispectral Analysis of High-
Amplitude Jet Noise
K. Gee, Pennsylvania State
University, University Park,
PA
1030
AIAA-2005-2938
Dimensional Analysis of Jet
Noise Data
C. Tam, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1100
AIAA-2005-2939
The Frequency Dependence
of the Turbulence Scales in
High Speed Subsonic Jets
F. Kerhervé, Trinity College
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
1130
AIAA-2005-2940
The Robustness of Acoustic
Analogies
J. Freund, University of
Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, Urbana,
IL
1200
AIAA-2005-2941
Effect of Free Jet on
Refraction and Noise
A. Khavaran, NASA Glenn
Research Center,
Cleveland, OH
Chaired by: H. BODÉN, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
0900
0930
1000
1030
1100
1130
Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 22-AA-22
Nacelle Acoustics
Regency IV


Tuesday Morning / 24 May 2005
Session 23-AA-23
Sonic Boom and Pulse Detonation Engine
Windjammer I




Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 24-AA-24
Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Phenomena IV
Windjammer II-III

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Chaired by: H. BODÉN, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
0900
AIAA-2005-2942
Aeroacoustic Design of
Aero- engine Intake Liners
P. di Francescantonio,
Scientific and Technical
Software, Varese, Italy
0930
AIAA-2005-2943
Aeroacoustic Design of
Aero- engine Exhaust Ducts
D. Casalino, Fluorem,
Ecully, France
1000
AIAA-2005-2944
Negatively Scarfed Intake:
Design and Acoustic
Performances
F. Montetagaud, Airbus
France, Toulouse, France
1030
AIAA-2005-2945
An Integrated Optimisation
System for Low Noise
Nacelle Design
F. Pan, Purdue University,
West Lafayette, IN
1100
AIAA-2005-2946
A Hybrid Spectral Analysis
of Noise Radiated from Non-
Axisymmetric Turbofan Inlets
M. Duta, University of
Oxford, Oxford, Great Britain
1130
AIAA-2005-2947
Parallel Computation of 3D
Acoustic Radiation from an
Engine Intake
S. Richards, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
Chaired by: A. PILON, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., Palmdale, CA
0900
AIAA-2005-2949
Measured Effects of
Turbulence on the Loudness
and Waveforms of
Conventional and Shaped
Minimized Sonic Booms
K. Plotkin, Wyle
Laboratories, Arlington, VA
0930
AIAA-2005-2950
Secondary Sonic Boom
Modelling for Realistic
Atmospheric Conditions
P. Blanc-Benon, Ecole
Centrale de Lyon, Ecully,
France
1000
AIAA-2005-2951
Sonic Boom Minimization
and Atmospheric Effects
S. Chernyshev, TsAGI,
Zhukovsky, Russia
1030
AIAA-2005-2952
Acoustic Measurements for
a Pulse Detonation Engine
L. Shaw, Air Force Research
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson
AFB, OH
Chaired by: V. KOPIEV, TsAGI, Acoustic Division, Moscow, Russia
1400
AIAA-2005-2953
Experimental Investigation
of the Trajectory of
Compressible Vortex Rings
D. Das, Indian Institute of
Technology, Kanpur, India
1430
AIAA-2005-2954
The Acoustics of Two-
Dimensional Leapfrogging
Vortices
J. Eldredge, University of
California, Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA
1500
AIAA-2005-2955
Octupole Radiation of
Localized Vortex
V. Kopiev, TsAGI, Moscow,
Russia
1530
AIAA-2005-2956
DNS of a High- Aspect-
Ratio Elliptic Vortex and Its
Generated Noise
S. Barre, Ecole Centrale de
Lyon, Ecully, France
1600
AIAA-2005-2957
Trailing Edge Flow Physics
and Acoustics
D. Shannon, University of
Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
1630
AIAA-2005-2958
Interaction Noise from a
Thin Annulus in a Circular
Jet
M. Roger, Ecole Centrale de
Lyon, Ecully, France
1700
AIAA-2005-2959
Measurements of a Discrete
Upwash Gust Passing
Through a Linear Flat Plate
Cascade
D. Grissom, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
Chaired by: L. KOOP, TU Berlin, Goettingen, Germany
1400
1430
1500
1530
1600
1630
Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 25-AA-25
Advanced Testing Techniques I: Phased Arrays
Windjammer I


Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 26-AA-26
Airfoil Noise
Regency I

Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 27-AA-27
CAA Applications III
Regency II

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Chaired by: L. KOOP, TU Berlin, Goettingen, Germany
1400
AIAA-2005-2960
DAMAS Methodology for
Aeroacoustic Noise Source
Definition
T. Brooks, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1430
AIAA-2005-2961
Extensions of DAMAS and
Benefits and Limitations of
Deconvolution in
Beamforming
R. Dougherty, OptiNav, Inc.,
Bellevue, WA
1500
AIAA-2005-2962
Numerical Investigation of
the Systematic Phase
Mismatch in Microphone-
array Analysis
L. Koop, German Aerospace
Center, Goettingen, Germany
1530
AIAA-2005-2963
Acoustic Array
Measurements on a Full
Scale Wind Turbine
S. Oerlemans, National
Aerospace Laboratory NLR,
Emmeloord, The Netherlands
1600
AIAA-2005-2964
Tracking and
Characterization of Aircraft
Wakes Using Acoustic and
Lidar Measurements
E. Booth, NASA Langley,
Hampton, VA
1630
AIAA-2005-2965
Opto- acoustic Tracking of
Aircraft Wake Vortices
N. Fine, Flight Safety
Technologies, Inc, North
Kingstown, RI
Chaired by: Q. ZHOU, University of Southampton, Southampton, Great Britain
1400
AIAA-2005-2967
Towards the Prediction of
Vortex Shedding from an
Airfoil Using LES
P. Chang, Naval Surface
Warfare Center, West
Bethesda, MD
1430
AIAA-2005-2968
Constrained Aeroacoustic
Shape Optimization of an
Airfoil
B. Greschner, Berlin
University of Technology,
Berlin, Germany
1500
AIAA-2005-2969
Trailing Edge Noise
Prediction Based on High-
Speed Particle Image
Velocimetry
J. Delfs, DLR Deutsches
Zentrum für Luft- und
Raumfahrt e.V.,
Braunschweig, Germany
1530
AIAA-2005-2970
An Inverse Aeroacoustic
Problem on Airfoil Noise
C. Yu, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI
1600
AIAA-2005-2971
Numerical Methods: Fast
Multipole Method for
Shielding Effect in Acoustics
A. Delnevo, Airbus France,
Toulouse, France
1630
AIAA-2005-2972
A Frequency Domain
Method for the Prediction of
Broadband Self- noise From
an Airfoil
Q. Zhou, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1700
AIAA-2005-2973
Effect of Angle of Attack and
Airfoil Shape on Turbulence-
Interaction Noise
S. Moreau, Valeo Motors &
Actuators, La Verriere,
France
Chaired by: A. LYRINTZIS, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
1400
AIAA-2005-2974
Turbulence Trailing Edge
Noise at Low Mach Number
S. Koh, Korea University,
Seoul, South Korea
1430
AIAA-2005-2975
Effect of Re- Number, Ma-
Number and Angle of Attack
on Salt Noise Based on a
Test Vortex Injected
Upstream of the SLAT- Hook
R. Emunds, Airbus
Deutschland, Bremen,
Germany
1500
AIAA-2005-2976
Aeroacoustic Simulation of a
Double Diaphragm Orifice in
an Aircraft Climate System
F. Mendonca, CD adapco,
London, Great Britain
1530
AIAA-2005-2977
CAA in Industrial
Environment: First Analysis
of Noise Sources on a 2D
high- Lift Profile Airbus
H. Bieler, Airbus
Deutschland, Bremen,
Germany
1600
AIAA-2005-2978
Towards Accurate Flow and
Acoustic Prediction
Techniques for Cavity Flow
Noise Applications
W. De Roeck, K.U. Leuven,
Leuven, Belgium
1630
AIAA-2005-2979
Calculation of the Sound
Generated by the Collision
of Column and Ring Vortices
N. Fine, Flight Safety
Technologies, Inc, North
Kingstown, RI
1700
AIAA-2005-2980
Noise Prediction Studies for
the Blended Wing Body
Using the Fast Scattering
Code
C. Reimann, North Carolina
State University, Raleigh, NC
Chaired by: F. MARULO, University of Naples, Naples, Italy
Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 28-AA-28
Community Noise and Metrics
Regency Main




Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 29-AA-29
Computational Aeroacoustics IV
Regency III

Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
Session 30-AA-30
General Acoustics II
Regency IV



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Chaired by: F. MARULO, University of Naples, Naples, Italy
1400
AIAA-2005-2981
Airbus A319 Database from
Dedicated Flyover
Measurements to
Investigate Noise
Abatement Procedures
S. Guerin, DLR, German
Aerospace Center, Berlin,
Germany
1430
AIAA-2005-2982
Community Noise Impact on
the Conceptual Design of
Innovative Aircraft
Configurations
U. Iemma, University of
Rome "Roma Tre", Rome,
Italy
1500
AIAA-2005-2983
Synthesis of Virtual
Environments for Aircraft
Community Noise Impact
Studies
S. Rizzi, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1530
AIAA-2005-2984
Measurements and
Predictions of Community
Noise of a Pusher- Propeller
General Aviation Aircraft
F. Marulo, University of
Naples, Naples, Italy
Chaired by: S. CARO, Free Field Technologies (FFT), Louvain la Neuve, Belgium
1400
AIAA-2005-2985
Boundary Integral Methods
for Scattering in Non-
uniform Flows
P. Pantazopoulou,
University of Bath, Bath,
Great Britain
1430
AIAA-2005-2986
On the Computation and
Application of Exact Green's
Function in Acoustic Analogy
F. Hu, Old Dominion
University, Norfolk, VA
1500
AIAA-2005-2987
Partially Averaged Navier
Stokes: A New Turbulence
Model for Unsteady Flows
with Application to Acoustics
A. Tosh, University of
Alabama in Huntsville,
Huntsville, AL
1530
AIAA-2005-2988
Theoretical and Numerical
Issues for Hydroacoustic
Applications of the Ffowcs
Williams- Hawkings Equation
C. Testa, Insean - Italian
Ship Model Basin, Rome,
Italy
1600
AIAA-2005-2989
Heterogeneous Domain
Decomposition for CAA
J. Utzmann, University of
Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
1630
AIAA-2005-2990
Investigations of Solution
Acceleration Techniques for
Acoustic Propagation
C. Breard, Analytical
Methods Inc., Redmond, WA
1700
AIAA-2005-2991
Identification of the
Appropriate Parameters for
Accurate CAA
S. Caro, Free Field
Technologies SA,
Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium
Chaired by: A. AGARWAL, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Great Britain
1400
AIAA-2005-2992
An Investigation of
Incompressible Near Field
Acoustics of an Open 2D
Cavity
J. Ask, Volvo Car
Corporation, Goteborg,
Sweden
1430
AIAA-2005-2993
Characterization of
Nonlinear Aeroacoustic
Propagation in Relation to
Source Intensity
W. Lundberg, U.S. Air
Force, Dayton, OH
1500
AIAA-2005-2994
On Modelling the Acoustic
Forcing Functions of the
Near- Field Noise of High-
Speed Jets
M. Harper-Bourne, Qinetiq,
Farnborough, Great Britain
1530
AIAA-2005-2995
Permeable- Surface
Corrections for Ffowcs
Williams and Hawkings
Integrals
D. Lockard, NASA Langley,
Hampton, VA
1600
AIAA-2005-2996
The Calculation of Acoustic
Shielding of Engine Noise by
the Silent Aircraft Airframe
A. Agarwal, University of
Cambridge, Cambridge,
Great Britain
Tuesday Afternoon / 24 May 2005
1900 - 2100
Awards Dinner
Regency Main
Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
0800 - 0900
Keynote Address
Regency Main
Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 31-AA-31
Advanced Testing Techniques II: Sensors and Methods
Windjammer I

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Chaired by: R. DOUGHERTY, OptiNav Inc, Bellevue, WA
0900
AIAA-2005-2998
Design and Characterization
of a Micromachined
Piezoelectric Microphone
S. Horowitz, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL
0930
AIAA-2005-2999
Acoustic Detection of Flow
Anomalies in Swirling Flows
K. Singh, Purdue University,
West Lafayette, IN
1000
AIAA-2005-3000
Applying Inverse Methods to
Distributed Aeroacoustic
Sources
K. Holland, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1030
AIAA-2005-2997
A Review of the Role of
Acoustic Sensors in the
Modern Battlefield
K. Balakrishnan, Georgia
Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, GA
1100
AIAA-2005-3001
Fourier Methods for Mode
Detection Within a Turbofan
Inlet
F. Castres, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1130
AIAA-2005-3002
Unsteady Lift and Flow
Velocity Evaluation for
Subsonic Fans Using
Inverse Aeroacoustic Model
A. Gerard, GAUS,
Sherbrooke, Canada
1200
AIAA-2005-3003
Methods to Measure
Acoustic Sources in a
Closed Wind Tunnel Test
Section
N. Yamazaki, RTRI,
Maihara, Japan
Chaired by: W. DOBRZYNSKI, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Braunschweig, Germany
0900
0930
1000
1030
1100
1130
1200
Chaired by: M. ESCOBAR, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
0900
0930
1000
1030
1100
1130
1200
Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 32-AA-32
Airframe/High-Lift Noise III: Diagnostics and Mitigation
Regency I

Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 33-AA-33
CAA Applications IV
Regency II

Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 34-AA-34
Duct Acoustics I
Windjammer II-III

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Chaired by: W. DOBRZYNSKI, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Braunschweig, Germany
0900
AIAA-2005-3004
Application of MEMS
Microphone Array
Technology to Airframe
Noise Measurements
W. Humphreys, NASA
Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA
0930
AIAA-2005-3005
Far- Field Acoustic Pressure
from a System of Discrete
Vortices with Time- Varying
Circulation
Z. Zheng, Kansas State
University, Manhattan, KS
1000
AIAA-2005-3006
Experimental and Numerical
Investigation of Flow Induced
Noise from Forward Facing
Steps
S. Becker, University of
Erlangen-Nuremberg,
Erlangen, Germany
1030
AIAA-2005-3007
Flight Test Investigation of
Add- On Treatments to
Reduce Aircraft Airframe
Noise
J. Piet, Airbus France,
Toulouse, France
1100
AIAA-2005-3008
Design and Testing of Low
Noise Landing Gears
W. Dobrzynski, DLR,
Braunschweig, Germany
1130
AIAA-2005-3009
Slat Noise Attenuation Using
Acoustic Liner
Z. Ma, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1200
AIAA-2005-3010
Plasma Actuators for
Landing Gear Noise
Reduction
F. Thomas, University of
Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
Chaired by: M. ESCOBAR, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
0900
AIAA-2005-3011
Modelling of Flow Effects on
Propagation and Radiation
from Bypass Ducts
R. Sugimoto, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
0930
AIAA-2005-3012
Numerical Study of Tonal
Noise Generated by an Axial
Flow Fan in both Temporal
and Frequency Domains
K. Argüelles Díaz,
Universidad de Oviedo,
Gijón, Spain
1000
AIAA-2005-3013
Computational
Fluid/Aeroacoustic Analysis
Around an Airfoil Using
Immersed Boundary Method
T. Kamatsuchi, Honda R&D
Co, Ltd., Wako-shi, Japan
1030
AIAA-2005-3014
A Hybrid Method for
Combustion Noise Based on
LES and APE
P. Bui, RWTH Aachen
University, Aachen, Germany
1100
AIAA-2005-3015
A New CAA Formulation
Based on Lighthill's Analogy
Applied to an Idealized
Automotive HVAC Blower
Using AcuSolve and
ACTRAN/LA
S. Caro, Free Field
Technologies SA,
Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium
1130
AIAA-2005-3016
On the use of a Generalized
Solver for Car Aero-
Acoustics
E. Ribaldone, Centro
Richerche FIAT, Orbassano,
Italy
1200
AIAA-2005-3017
Investigation of Acoustic
Sources for a FV/FE
Coupled Computation Using
Different Grids
M. Escobar, Univ. of
Erlangen-Nuremberg,
Erlangen, Germany
Chaired by: D. NARK, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
0900
AIAA-2005-3018
Inversion Technique for
Determining the Strength of
Rotating Sources in Ducts
C. Lowis, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
0930
AIAA-2005-3019
Aeroacoustic Response of
an Annular Duct with Coaxial
Closed Side Branches
R. Bravo, McMaster
University, Hamilton, Canada
1000
AIAA-2005-3020
An Analytic Green’s
Function for a Lined Circular
Duct Containing Uniform
Mean Flow
S. Rienstra, Eindhoven
University of Technology,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
1030
AIAA-2005-3021
Acoustic Propagation and
Radiation of Fan Noise
Sources for Treated Ducts
Y. Abdelhamid, The Boeing
Company, Seattle, WA
1100
AIAA-2005-3022
An Investigation of Two
Acoustic Propagation Codes
for Three- Dimensional
Geometries
D. Nark, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1130
AIAA-2005-3023
Generation and Scattering of
Sound in Vortical Flow
C. Heaton, DAMTP,
Cambridge, Great Britain
1200
AIAA-2005-3024
Acoustic Modes in a Ducted
Shear Flow
G. Vilenski, Eindhoven
University of Technology,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 35-AA-35
Fan Noise Reduction I
Regency IV

Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 36-AA-36
Interior Noise/Structural Acoustics I
Windjammer IV


Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 37-AA-37
Jet Aeroacoustics Simulation II
Regency III

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Chaired by: D. SUTLIFF, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH
0900
AIAA-2005-3025
Fan Flow Control for Noise
Reduction Part 1: Advanced
Trailing Edge Blowing
Concepts
C. Halasz, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
0930
AIAA-2005-3026
Fan Flow Control for Noise
Reduction Part 2:
Investigation of Wake-
Filling Techniques
M. Langford, Techsburg,
Inc., Blacksburg, VA
1000
AIAA-2005-3027
Fan Flow Control for Noise
Reduction Part 3: Rig
Testing of Optimal Design
M. Langford, Techsburg,
Inc., Blacksburg, VA
1030
AIAA-2005-3028
Broadband Noise Reduction
of a Low- Speed Fan with
Trailing Edge Blowing
D. Sutliff, NASA Glenn
Research Center,
Cleveland, OH
1100
AIAA-2005-3029
Flow and Noise Modification
by Suction and Blowing on a
Rod- airfoil Configuration
H. Siller, DLR, Berlin,
Germany
1130
AIAA-2005-3030
Comparative Analysis of
Serrated Trailing Edge
Designs on Idealized Aircraft
Engine Fan Blades for Noise
Reduction
D. Geiger, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
1200
AIAA-2005-3031
A Space- time Correlation
Comparative Analysis and
Acoustic Predictions of the
Wakes Shed by Aircraft
Engine Rotor Blades with
Trailing Edge Modifications
A. Borgoltz, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
Chaired by: B. TISEO, Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali, Capua, Italy
0900
AIAA-2005-3032
Interior Noise in- Flight
Measurements and
Numerical Correlations of an
Advanced Business Aircraft
F. Marulo, University of
Naples, Naples, Italy
0930
AIAA-2005-3033
Sound- Transmission
Measurements on
Composite and Metal
Fuselage Panels for
Different Boundary
Conditions
H. van der Wal, NLR,
Emmeloord, The
Netherlands
1000
AIAA-2005-3034
Calculation of Structural
Noise in Cabin for High- By-
Pass Ratio Engine Aircraft
V. Baklanov, Tupolev
Design Bureau, Moscow,
Russia
1030
AIAA-2005-3035
Vibration and Acoustic
Correlation on Aircraft
Fuselage Composite
Stiffened Panels
A. Paonessa , Alenia
Aeronautica, Pomigliano
d’Arco, Naples, Italy
1100
AIAA-2005-3036
Active Trim- panel
Suspension for Interior
Noise Control
R. Maier, EADS Corporate
Research Centre, Munich,
Germany
1130
AIAA-2005-3037
SMA- based Adaptive
Tunable Dynamic Vibration
Absorbers
B. Tiseo, Centro Italiano
Ricerche Aerospaziali,
Capua, Italy
Chaired by: P. MORRIS, Penn State University, University Park, PA
0900
AIAA-2005-3038
Acoustic Radiation from
Non- periodic Forced Mixing
Layers
L. Cheung, Stanford
University, Stanford, CA
0930
AIAA-2005-3039
Noise Prediction for a
Turbulent Jet Using an
LES/CAA Method
E. Groeschel,
RWTH-Aachen, Aachen,
Germany
1000
AIAA-2005-3040
Global Modes in Hot Jets,
Absolute/convective
Instabilities and Acoustic
Feedback
L. Lesshafft, ONERA,
Chatillon, France
1030
AIAA-2005-3041
Generation of Low
Frequency Sound in
Turbulent Jets
D. Bodony, Stanford
University, Stanford, CA
1100
AIAA-2005-3042
Near Field Noise
Computation for a
Supersonic Circular Jet
C. Loh, Taitech Inc./NASA
Glenn, Cleveland, OH
1130
AIAA-2005-3043
Aeroacoustic Numerical
Methods Assessment for
Double Stream Nozzle
P. Loheac, Snecma
Moteurs, Moissy-Cramayel,
France
1200
AIAA-2005-3096
Prediction of Jet Noise From
Circular Beveled Nozzles
U. Paliath, Penn State
University, University Park,
PA
Wednesday Morning / 25 May 2005
Session 38-AA-38
Jet Noise Reduction II
Regency Main


Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 39-AA-39
Advanced Testing Techniques III: Aeroacoustic Facilities
Windjammer I


Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 40-AA-40
CAA Applications V
Regency II

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Chaired by: D. PAPAMOSCHOU, UC Irvine, Irvine, CA
0900
AIAA-2005-3044
Oscillating Tab Jet Mixing
R. Funk, Georgia Tech
Research Institute, Smyrna,
GA
0930
AIAA-2005-3045
The Effect of Streamwise
Vortices on the
Aeroacoustics of Mach 0.9
Axisymmetric Jet
M. Alkislar, Florida A&M
University and Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1000
AIAA-2005-3046
The Near- Field Effects of
Microjet Injection
B. Greska, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1030
AIAA-2005-3047
The Effects of Microjet
Injection on an F404 Jet
Engine
B. Greska, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL
1100
AIAA-2005-3048
Aero- Performance Efficient
Noise Reduction for the
F404- 400 Engine
J. Seiner, National Center
for Physical Acoustics,
Oxford, MS
1130
AIAA-2005-3049
Static and Flight
Aeroacoustic Evaluations of
a Variable Exhaust Nozzle
D. Weir, Honeywell Engines,
Systems, and Services,
Phoenix, AZ
Chaired by: J. BRIDGES, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH
1400
AIAA-2005-3050
Europe’s Largest Aero
Acoustic Test Facility for
Aero Engine Fans - The
Development and Operation
of the AneCom AeroTest
Anechoic Chamber
D. Mueller, AneCom
AeroTest GmbH, Wildau,
Germany
1430
AIAA-2005-3051
The Design, Development
and Commissioning of a
Test Capability for Studying
Cruise Noise
M. Harper-Bourne, QinetiQ,
Farnborough, Great Britain
1500
AIAA-2005-3052
Design, Fabrication, and
Characterization of an
Anechoic Wind Tunnel
Facility
J. Mathew, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL
1530
AIAA-2005-3053
Development and Testing of
a Novel Acoustic Wind
Tunnel Facility
B. Smith, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
1600
AIAA-2005-3054
Design of a Quiet Open Jet
Facility for the Measurement
of Airfoil Noise
T. Chong, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1630
AIAA-2005-3055
Acoustic and Aerodynamic
Characteristics of Model Jet
Test Facility Flow
Conditioners
K. Kinzie, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
Chaired by: P. LAFON, Electricite de France, Clamart, France
1400
AIAA-2005-3056
Wavelet- Based Adaptive
Multiresolution Methodology
for Airframe Noise Prediction
E. Sheta, CFD Research
Corporation, Huntsville, AL
1430
AIAA-2005-3057
An Acoustic Liner Model for
Arbirtrary Geometric
Configurations
L. di Mare, Imperial College
London, London, Great
Britain
1500
AIAA-2005-3058
Comparison of Hybrid CAA
Techniques for Internal Low
Speed Flow Noise Prediction
P. Lafon, EDF R&D,
Clamart, France
1530
AIAA-2005-3059
Prediction Methods for
Propagation in Bypass
Ducts and Comparison with
Measured Data
R. Sugimoto, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1600
AIAA-2005-3060
Time- Domain
Characterization of Acoustic
Liner Response from
Experimental Data. Part 1:
Linear Response
L. Keefe, Nielsen
Engineering & Research,
Mountain View, CA
1630
AIAA-2005-3061
Aeroacoustic Noise
Prediction Using the Fast
Scattering Code
M. Dunn, National Institute
of Aerospace, Hampton, VA
1700
AIAA-2005-3062
Numerical Solutions to
Aerodynamic Sound
Generations by Viscous
Flows
W. Lin, The Boeing
Company, Canoga Park, CA
Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 41-AA-41
Duct Acoustics II
Regency I

Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 42-AA-42
Fan Noise Reduction II
Regency IV

Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 43-AA-43
Interior Noise/Structural Acoustics II
Windjammer II-III



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Chaired by: S. RIENSTRA, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
1400
AIAA-2005-3063
An Exact Analytical Solution
for Sound Radiation
Through a jet Exhaust from
a Ducted Fan and Stator
R. Munt, QinetiQ,
Farnborough, Great Britain
1430
AIAA-2005-3064
Noise Radiation from a Jet
Pipe: A Benchmark Problem
for Computational
Aeroacoustics
G. Gabard, University of
Compiegne, Compiegne,
France
1500
AIAA-2005-3065
Sound Absorption by In-
Duct Orifice
R. Leung, Hong Kong
Polytechnic University, Hung
Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
1530
AIAA-2005-3066
Sound Propagation in
Varying Cross Section Ducts
Lined with Non- uniform
Impedance
W. Bi, Laboratoire
d'Acoustique de l'Université
du Maine, Le Mans, France
1600
AIAA-2005-3067
Aeroacoustic Simulation of
the Noise Radiated by an
Helmholtz Resonator Placed
in a Duct
S. Caro, Free Field
Technologies SA,
Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium
1630
AIAA-2005-3068
An Approach to Predict
Ducted Fan Noise by
Boundary Integral Equation
Method
B. Yang, Beijing University
of Aeronautics and
Astronautics, Beijing, China
(prc)
1700
AIAA-2005-3069
A Study on the Prediction of
the Ducted Fan Noise
T. Wang, Beijing University
of Aeronautics and
Astronautics, Beijing, China
(prc)
Chaired by: J. MENDOZA, Honeywell Engines, Phoenix, AZ
1400
AIAA-2005-3070
Experimental Investigation
of the HQ- Liner Concept on
a Scale Simulated Turbofan
Rig
J. Alonso, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
1430
AIAA-2005-3071
AFT Fan Noise Control
Using Herschel-
Quincke/liner Systems
D. de la Riva, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
1500
AIAA-2005-3072
Aerodynamic Effects of
Herschel- Quincke
Waveguides in Turbofan
Inlets
J. Anderson, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA
1530
AIAA-2005-3073
Active Control to Improve
the Aerodynamic
Performance and Reduce
the Tip Clearance Noise of
Axial Turbomachines
L. Neuhaus, Deutsches
Zentrum für Luft- und
Raumfahrt, Berlin, Germany
1600
AIAA-2005-3074
Active Control of Buzz- saw
Tones: Experimental Results
from a Laboratory- scale Rig
M. Wilkinson, University of
Southampton, Southampton,
Great Britain
1630
AIAA-2005-3075
Aeroacoustic Analysis of
Fan Noise Reduction with
Increased Bypass Nozzle
Area
R. Woodward, NASA Glenn
Research Center,
Cleveland, OH
1700
AIAA-2005-3076
Analysis of Turbofan
Empirical Noise Prediction
Methods
G. Santos, Embraer, São
José Dos Campos, Brazil
Chaired by: L. MORINO, University of Rome III, Rome, Italy
1400
AIAA-2005-3077
Dissection of Automobile
Interior Noise Spectrum with
Emphasis on the Infrasound
Region
T. Higaki, Georgia Institute
of Techonology, Atlanta, GA
1430
AIAA-2005-3078
NVH Problems in the Cabin
of Heavy Duty Trucks
C. Erhard, DaimlerChrysler,
Goeppingen, Germany
1500
AIAA-2005-3079
Effect of Several Kinds of
Pile- Fabrics on Reducing
Aerodynamic Noise
M. Nishimura, Tottori
University, Tottori, Japan
1530
AIAA-2005-3080
A Model for Polar Shells with
Thickness Extension for
Aeroacoustic Applications
G. Polli, University of Rome,
Rome, Italy
1600
AIAA-2005-3081
A Novel High- Order Finite
Element Methodology for
Aeroacoustic Analysis
L. Morino, University of
Rome, Rome, Italy
Chaired by: S. LELE, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 44-AA-44
Jet Aeroacoustics Simulation III
Regency III


Wednesday Afternoon / 25 May 2005
Session 45-AA-45
Jet Noise Modeling II
Regency Main


Chaired by: S. LELE, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
1400
AIAA-2005-3082
Jet- Pylon Interaction Effects
S. Birch, The Boeing Co.,
Seattle, WA
1430
AIAA-2005-3083
Computational Analysis of
the Flow and Acoustic
Effects of Jet- Pylon
Interaction
C. Hunter, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton,
VA
1500
AIAA-2005-3084
Aeroacoustics of High
Reynolds Number Hot Jets
Using Large- Eddy
Simulation
P. Lew, Purdue University,
West Lafayette, IN
1530
AIAA-2005-3085
Investigation of Variable-
Diffusion Turbulence Model
Correction for Round Jets
W. Engblom, The Aerospace
Corporation, Cleveland, OH
1600
AIAA-2005-3086
Jet Simulation
Improvements for Noise
Prediction Using Advanced
Turbulence Modeling
D. Kenzakowski,
Combustion Research and
Flow Technology, Inc.,
Pipersville, PA
1630
AIAA-2005-3087
Coaxial Jet Noise Prediction:
Grid Resolution Effect on the
Numerical Solution
M. Mihaescu, Lund Institute
of Technology, Lund, Sweden
Chaired by: M. DAHL, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH
1400
AIAA-2005-3088
Numerical Simulation of
Nonlinear Jet Noise
Propagation
H. Brouwer, National
Aerospace Laboratory NLR,
Emmeloord, The
Netherlands
1430
AIAA-2005-3089
Nonlinear Modeling of F/A-
18E/F Noise Propagation
K. Gee, Pennsylvania State
University, University Park,
PA
1500
AIAA-2005-3091
Near- Field Acoustical
Characterization of
Clustered Rocket Engines
M. Kandula, Sierra Lobo
Inc., Kennedy Space
Center, FL
1530
AIAA-2005-3092
Comparison of Noise
Sources in High and Low
Reynolds Number High
Speed Jets
J. Kastner, Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH
1600
AIAA-2005-3093
Modeling Jet Noise from
Organized Structures Using
Near- Field Hydrodynamic
Pressure
R. Reba, United
Technologies Research
Center, East Hartford, CT
1630
AIAA-2005-3094
Jet Noise Generation by
Forced Mixers: Part II Flight
Effects
B. Tester, Southampton
University, Southampton,
Great Britain