Expert authors from around the world present research on the latest developments in aeroacoustics. Edited by Philip Morris, Boeing Professor of Aerospace Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
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Dr Koutamanis is a researcher at TU Delft, NetherlandsReview:
The book is a valuable reference for researchers, both experienced and new to the field of aeroacoustics and, in particular, jet noise --Applied Acoustics, 2011, Vol 72 p993
Advances in Aeroacoustics is an extremely useful reference of the state of the art, making it an invaluable starting point for those who want to know more about the subject, and perhaps consider further research. The analytical and experimental subjects presented in the articles also have relevance to other topics in acoustics. --Noise Control Engineering Journal 59 (5) 2011
The book's title, Advances in Aeroacoustics, is apt as the papers cover advances in aerodynamic noise, airframe noise, experimental jet noise and flow control. The articles contain a very useful set of references. The book is a valuable reference for researchers, both experienced and new to the field of aeroacoustics and, in particular, jet noise. --Applied Acoustics 72 (p993) 2011
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Book Description multi-science publishing co ltd, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. philip morris edition. 360 pages. 10.10x7.50x0.70 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 190713218X