DETERMINATION OF MONOPOLE AND DIPOLE SOURCES OF FLOW AROUND A CYLINDER USING A VIRTUAL MICROPHONE ARRAY
In this paper, the problem of localization of noise sources of flow around a cylinder was considered on the basis of a computational experiment using a virtual 54-channel microphone array. Numerical simulation was performed using the computational fluid dynamics software ANSYS Fluent. Several spatial orientations of the cylinder were considered for the generation of dipoles with different directions. Simulation of a simplified two-microphone azimuthal decomposition technique (ADT) is performed to determine the sound pressure level of the generated dipoles at a vortex shedding frequency of 1450 Hz. A procedure of localization of the noise of the flow around a virtual cylinder was performed using monopole and dipole beamforming algorithms. It was found that the numerical simulation results are in good agreement with the data obtained by other researchers, both in terms of the sound pressure level and the results of the localization of dipoles in space.
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