DETERMINATION OF THE IMPEDANCE OF A HONEYCOMB RESONATOR BY DEAN’S METHOD AND DIRECT METHOD IN A COMPUTATIONAL EXPERIMENT WITH GRAZING INCIDENCE OF WAVES
The article considers the determination of the impedance of the acoustic liner sample on the basis of numerical simulation
of physical processes in a honeycomb resonator with a grazing incidence of sound waves. The computational domain is the test section of a grazing incidence impedance tube with an acoustic liner sample. The liner sample is a single honeycomb resonator with a depth of 14 mm and an open area percent of 4.2%. Numerical simulation is performed based on the direct solution of the non-stationary compressible Navier-Stokes equations in a three-dimensional formulation. The pressure-time and velocity-time signals are recorded in the numerical simulation and processed by Dean's method and the direct method (from the ratio of acoustic pressure to normal acoustic velocity). The comparison of impedances obtained by the two methods demonstrates a good agreement with each other
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