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(Aero) Acoustics and Aerodynamics

(Aero) Acoustics

Within the field of acoustics we take into account the following phenomena:

  • Non-uniform background flow
  • Turbulence as a source of sound
  • Multi-phase media
  • Vortex sound

We aim to give answers to the following research questions:

  • What is the local sound field?
  • What are the locations of sound sources?

Our research concentrates on mathematical, physical and numerical modeling. Various levels of approach are currently being employed:

  • Linearized Euler equations (LEE)
  • Analytic solutions
  • Discontinuous Galerkin finite element method on tetrahedra
  • Discontinuous Galerkin finite element method on hexahedra
  • Inverse problems


  • Aero-acoustics
  • Sound transmission through oil-water flows


  • On the comparison of analog and digital microphones for phased array applications.
  • Digital MEMS microphone based dynamic surface pressure measurements on trailing edge serrations.
  • Silent Approach.

dr. L.D. De Santana (Leandro)
Assistant Professor Y.H. Wijnant (Ysbrand)
Assistant Professor A. van Garrel (Arne)
Assistant Professor
M.P.J. Sanders (Marijn)
PhD Candidate