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10th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference
The present work follows on from a successful validation study into the use of 3D CFD with advanced turbulence modeling to predict narrowband and broadband flow noise in a rectangular cavity (L/D=5,W/D=1) at M=0.85. In the present study, this body of work is extended in three ways: first, from the transonic case to a range of flow speeds, from subsonic through to supersonic, M=0.6 to 1.35. Secondly, comparison is made between three DES variants; two of which are frequently referenced in thedoi:10.2514/6.2004-2862 fatcat:e3winbfoereffduijh4ngbbate