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ACOUSTIC PROPAGATION EVALUATION USING TRADITIONAL FINITE DIFFERENCES AND DISPERSION RELATION PRESERVING (DRP)

ACOUSTIC PROPAGATION EVALUATION USING TRADITIONAL FINITE DIFFERENCES AND DISPERSION RELATION PRESERVING (DRP)

Mainieri Junior, Paulo Alfredo; Oliveira, Odenir de; Silveira Neto, Aristeu da;

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The main purpose of this work is the evaluation of spatial schemes used on CAA (Computational AeroAcoustic): Traditional finite differences, and DRP (Dispersion Relation Preserving), on 1D (one dimension) acoustic propagation prediction. A secondary goal is to present details of construction of DRP, proposed by Tam and Webb (1993) and advantages of this schemes over traditional finite differences schemes. Temporal schemes as Euler, Runge-Kutta 2nd and 4th order methods and CAA optimized methods such as LDDRK and RK46-NL will be evaluated. This work shows an outstanding efficiency of Runge-Kutta 2nd order over Runge-Kutta 4th order scheme, and in some cases, even superior to the optimized CAA schemes. The simulations revealed that DRP loss efficiency over traditional finite differences scheme when grid refinement occurs.

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The main purpose of this work is the evaluation of spatial schemes used on CAA (Computational AeroAcoustic): Traditional finite differences, and DRP (Dispersion Relation Preserving), on 1D (one dimension) acoustic propagation prediction. A secondary goal is to present details of construction of DRP, proposed by Tam and Webb (1993) and advantages of this schemes over traditional finite differences schemes. Temporal schemes as Euler, Runge-Kutta 2nd and 4th order methods and CAA optimized methods such as LDDRK and RK46-NL will be evaluated. This work shows an outstanding efficiency of Runge-Kutta 2nd order over Runge-Kutta 4th order scheme, and in some cases, even superior to the optimized CAA schemes. The simulations revealed that DRP loss efficiency over traditional finite differences scheme when grid refinement occurs.

Palavras-chave: DRP, acoustic propagation, finite differences, Runge-Kutta, DRP, acoustic propagation, finite differences, Runge-Kutta,

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DOI: 10.5151/mathpro-cnmai-0026

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Mainieri Junior, Paulo Alfredo; Oliveira, Odenir de; Silveira Neto, Aristeu da; "ACOUSTIC PROPAGATION EVALUATION USING TRADITIONAL FINITE DIFFERENCES AND DISPERSION RELATION PRESERVING (DRP)", p. 121-130 . In: Anais do Congresso Nacional de Matemática Aplicada à Indústria [= Blucher Mathematical Proceedings, v.1, n.1]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN em b-reve, DOI 10.5151/mathpro-cnmai-0026

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