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(General Physics) (functioning as singular) the study of the generation and transmittance of sound by fluid flow
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is generated as a result of the movement of vortices, or of vorticity, in an unsteady fluid flow.
These serrations can be found on the trailing edge of the rotor blades and serve to reduce the aerodynamic sound
power level overall.
is related to the intensity of fluctuating pressures/velocities and their structures (coherent motion) according to acoustic analogies [11, 13, 22].