Turbulent Mixing Noise from Jet Exhaust Nozzle

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    Understanding the complex turbulent mixing noise sources for jet exhaust nozzles is critical to delivering the next generation of “green” low-noise jet engines. A scalable, compressible Computational Aeroacoustics solver based on Large Eddy Simulation is used to study free-shear layer noise from jet exhaust nozzles.

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    Science Contributors:
    Anurag Gupta, General Electric Global Research
    Umesh Paliath, General Electric Global Research
    Hao Shen, General Electric Global Research

    Visualization Contributor:
    Joseph A. Insley (MCS)

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