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Experimental modal decomposition of acoustic field in cavitation tunnel with square duct section

Abstract : The operational requirements for naval and research vessels have seen an increasing demand for quieter ships either to comply the ship operational requirements or to minimize the influence of shipping noise on marine life. To estimate the future radiated noise of a ship, scale measurements are realized in a tunnel. DGA Hydrodynamics owns its cavitation tunnel with low background noise which allows such measurements. Understanding acoustic propagation in cavitation tunnel remains a challenge. The success of an accurate acoustic measurement depends both on a realistic propagation model and also on an efficient control of acoustic sensor characteristics. This short communication presents the results of experiments performed in GTH (Large Cavitation Tunnel) at DGA Hydrodynamics. An acoustic source radiates pure sine wave in the test section entry and generates an acoustic field measured with flush mounted hydrophones. A modal decomposition is then performed to fit measurements. Complex amplitudes of all propagative modes could be estimated both for upstream and downstream propagation. Furthermore, different configurations of the test section and source locations have been investigated and show acoustic properties of the channel.
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Romuald Boucheron, Sylvain Amailland, Jean-Hugh Thomas, Charles Pezerat, Didier Fréchou, et al.. Experimental modal decomposition of acoustic field in cavitation tunnel with square duct section. 173rd Meeting of Acoustical Society of America and 8th Forum Acusticum, Jun 2017, Boston, United States. pp.070002, ⟨10.1121/2.0000570⟩. ⟨hal-02514688⟩



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