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Numerical Modelling of Boundary Layers and Far Field Acoustic Propagation in Thermoviscous Fluid

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To model linear acoustics in a thermoviscous fluid in open domain and time-harmonic regime, a Finite Element formulation in a bounded meshed domain is combined with the integral representation of the field for the propagative solution. The integrals are non-singular and involve the only Finite Element node values for temperature variation and particle velocity variables. To overcome the non-uniqueness of solutions at fictitious resonant frequencies, a Burton-Miller combination of integral representation is used. This formulation is suitable to compute acoustic radiation, scattering and diffraction by objects or mutual interaction between transducers. Two-dimensional computational experiments are presented in an infinite, open domain (exterior), showing that the model can be achieved in meshing only a thin domain surrounding the physical boundaries of a device.
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hal-02460366 , version 1 (30-01-2020)

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Nicolas Joly, Petr Honzík. Numerical Modelling of Boundary Layers and Far Field Acoustic Propagation in Thermoviscous Fluid. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 2019, 105 (6), pp.1137-1148. ⟨10.3813/AAA.919392⟩. ⟨hal-02460366⟩
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