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Название: On the Simple-Source Theory of Sound from Statistical Turbulence
A theory for the generation of aerodynamic sound, stated in terms of convected simple sources and dipoles, is presented. The sources are found to depend upon convective derivatives of the hydrodynamic pressure within the turbulent source region. The results are similar to earlier efforts involving simple sources, sometimes called dilatational sources. The results are modified for effects involving measurements on moving flows. The theory shows explicitly the refractive effects of shear flow within the source region, as well as of temperature changes (if any) within the source region. The oscillating cylinder problem is discussed and the results of the present theory are found to agree with those obtained by Lauvstad using a matched asymptotic expansion for the same problem. The theory is used to predict the temperature dependence of sound power for hot jets.