Description of Finite-amplitude Standing Acoustic Waves Using Convection-diffusion Equations
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This paper deals with problems of finite-amplitude standing waves in acoustical resonators of variable cross-section. Set of two one-dimensional partial differential equations in the third approximation, formulated in conservative form, is derived from the fundamental equations of gas dynamics. The model equations which takes into account external driving force, gas dynamic nonlinearities and thermoviscous dissipation are solved numerically in time domain using a central scheme developed for convection-diffusion equations integration. In this paper numerical results for closed air-filled acoustic resonators are presented.
Key wordsnonlinear standing waves acoustical resonator convection-diffusion equation numerical solution
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