Fluid-Structure Interactions in Acoustics by Dominique Habault C.N.R.S.-L.M.A. (eds.)

By Dominique Habault C.N.R.S.-L.M.A. (eds.)

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INGARD. Theoretical Acoustics. Me Graw-Hill Book Company, New York, St. Louis, San Francisco, Toronto, London, Sydney, 1968. [11] A. NAYFEH. Perturbation methods. John Wiley and Sons, New York, London, Sidney, Toronto, 1973. Specialized papers [1] C. BARDOS, M. CONCORDEL and G. LEBEAU, 1989. Journal d'Acoustique, 2, 3138. ns un fluide. Comportement asymptotique des resonances. M. CORCOS. 1963. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 35(2):192-199. Resolution of pressure in turbulence. G. CRICHTON.

The excitation of the shell is harmonic (e-uut) and defined by a vector field with components Uz, f 'P, fr). 33') Boundary conditions must be added to ensure the uniqueness of the solution, when it exists. 33'), the vector with components (8u, 8v, 6w) satisfies the same boundary condititons as the shell displacement. We follow the same procedure as for the plate problem: first the eigenv~;tlues and eigenmodes are defined and their fundamental properties are given; then the Green's tensor of the shell operator is defined and its analytical expression is determined; finally, the Green's representation of the solution of the former equations is established.

2) where p, Uj, and p are the density, the j-component of the velocity and the pressure. L is the dynamical viscosity of the fluid. The equation governing the pressure field is obtained by taking the divergence of the momentum equation. _ / 471'. 5) This relation (valid for an unlimited volume and for a strictly incompressible flow) shows that the pressure at a given point is influenced by the velocity field at all the points, with a relatively low weigthing by the distance between the observation point and the influencial ones.

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