DANTE - Development of Aero-vibro-acoustics Numerical and Technical Expertise
The DANTE project aims to strengthen and expand the skills of the Computational Acoustics Laboratory in aero-vibro-acoustics through the development of an integrated software including both new methods, which are under development, and other ones already mature. More specifically, the project has the following objectives :
- to develop and implement FMM ( Fast Multipole Method) algorithms to reduce computational time and RAM usage of BEM methods;
- to model acoustic sources for aeroacoustic analysis from CFD-RANS solutions;
- to model boundary conditions for vibro-acoustic analysis ;
- to build up an integrated software for multi-domain analyses that includes methods for the treatment of aero-vibro-acoustic sources and FEM/BEM/integral propagation algorithms with high-performance computing potential.
Attività nel progetto CIRA
The project has been funded within the PRO.R.A. program and it is developed entirely at CIRA.
The project has been funded within the PRO.R.A. program
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Environmental Impact of Air Transport
This project aims to strengthen and expand the skills and capabilities in computational aero-vibro-acoustic. DANTE objective is, on one side, to increase the competitiveness of CIRA and, on the other side, to extend the use of current aero-vibroacoustic tools in industrially relevant applications.
Computational Acoustics, External Noise Prediction, Noise Reduction, Helicopter Aero-Acoustics