Liu, Y and Dowling, AP and Hileman, JI and Quayle, AR (2008) Surface roughness noise prediction for silent aircraft experimental design SAX-40. 46th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit.Full text not available from this repository.
Surface roughness noise is a potentially important contributor to airframe noise. In this paper, noise assessment due to surface roughness is performed for a conceptual Silent Aircraft design SAX-40 by means of a prediction model developed in previous theoretical work and validated experimentally. Estimates of three idealized test cases show that surface roughness could produce a significant noise level above that due to the trailing edge at high frequencies. Roughness height and roughness density are the two most significant parameters influencing surface roughness noise, with roughness height having the dominant effect. The ratio of roughness height to boundary-layer thickness is the relevant non-dimensional parameter and this decreases in the streamwise direction. The candidate surface roughness is selected for SAX-40 to meet an aggressive noise target and keep surface roughness noise at a negligible level. Copyright © 2008 by Yu Liu and Ann P. Dowling.
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