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  • Dr Eldad Avital ORCiD

    Queen Mary University of London

    Professional/research interests:
    Fluid Mechanics and acoustics: (i) Fundamentals: Computational Aero-Acoustics, Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics, fluids-structure interaction, bio-fluids, particle flow. (ii) Applications: Power and thrust aero and marine production, wind and water turbines, water engineering, fusion energy, bio-fluids devices

    What would you like UKAN to do for you?
    Provide news about events

    How would you like to contribute to UKAN?
    Event organisation is needed.

    Equipment:
    Anechoic chamber of 27 m^3 fitted for high speed jet noise measurements, microphones array, flow and sound field visualisation apparatus (Schlieren, 3D PIV), two closed low speed wind tunnels with work sections of about 1m*1m, three high speed wind tunnels with work sections of about 0.2m *0.2m, force measurements and scanivalve pressure equipment.

    Software or numerical codes:
    Linear and non-linear acoustic solvers (linearised Euler e.g. [1], Westervelt equation e.g. [2]), sound-structure interaction codes; linear acoustics and structural dynamics (spectral decomposition) e.g. [3] and non-linear based on Westervelt and FEM/DEM e.g. [4] and WENO5 or FLIC DNS/LES solver e.g. [5].

    [1] Avital EJ (2004). "Computation of sound in free and wall bounded domains." J Sound and Vibration 270(3) 483-494.
    [2] Avital E, Musafir RE and Korakianitis T (2013). "Nonlinear Propagation of Sound Emitted by High Speed Wave Packets.", J Computational Acoustics 21(3) 1-21
    [3] Avital E, Bholah N, Giovanelli CG and Miloh T (2017). "Sound Scattering by an Elastic Spherical Shell and its Cancellation using a Multi-pole Approach." Archives Acoustics 42(4) 697-705
    [4] Suponitsky V, Avital E, Plant D and Munjiza A (2017). "PRESSURE WAVE IN LIQUID GENERATED BY PNEUMATIC PISTONS AND ITS INTERACTION WITH A FREE SURFACE." Int Journal Applied Mechanics 9(3) 1750037
    [5] Avital E, Salvatore E, Munijza A, Suponitsky V, Plant D and Laberge M (2017). "Flow design and simulation of a gas compression system for hydrogen fusion energy production." Fluid Dynamics Research 49, 1-23

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  • Dr Haydar Aygün

    London South Bank University

    Professional/research interests:
    Lung sounds, and bone acoustics, duct acoustics, design and development of devices, CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) simulation of waves, characterizing materials, room acoustics, acoustic/ultrasonic wave propagation.

    Equipment:
    Anechoic chamber, reverberation chamber, sound level meters, loudspeakers, ultrasound equipment, transducers, a range of microphones, Acoustics laboratory, standing wave tube , insertion loss facilities, partitions test facilities, etc

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  • Dr Mahdi Azarpeyvand

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  • Mr Peter Baddoo ORCiD

    Imperial College London

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  • Mr Peter Baddoo ORCiD

    Imperial College London

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  • Mr. Eric Ballestero ORCiD

    London South Bank University

    Professional/research interests:
    Acoustic Materials & Metamaterials - Auditorium/Room Acoustics - Musical Acoustics - Virtual Reality & Interactive Environments - Psychoacoustics

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  • Dr Nikhil Banda

    Seiche Ltd

    Professional/research interests:
    Applied active acoustics
    Marine acoustics
    Signal processing
    Ultrasonics
    Ambient noise

    What would you like UKAN to do for you?
    Networking
    Collaborative opportunities

    Equipment:
    Seiche marine acoustic solutions, Passive/active acoustic monitoring, applied acoustic solution

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  • Miss Sarah Barnes

    Studiospares Ltd

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  • Dr François-Xavier Bécot

    MATELYS - Research Lab

    Professional/research interests:
    NVH
    Porous materials
    Meta-materials

    What would you like UKAN to do for you?
    Scientific collaborations
    Co-funding programmes
    Business opportunities

    How would you like to contribute to UKAN?
    Scientific collaborations
    Co-funding programmes
    Business opportunities

    Equipment:
    Porous material characterization test rigs including :
    - impedance tube 29, 45, 46, 100 mm diam
    - impedance tube 600x600mm2 length 5.5m
    - porosimeter
    - static air flow resistivity meter
    - Oberst beam bench
    - dynamic compression test rig

    Software or numerical codes:
    - AlphaCell : vibro-acoustic prediction using TMM
    - ScalingCell : micro-macro approaches for acoustic, elastic, thermal properties
    - RokCell : characterisation of acoustic parameters of porous materials, fabrics and textiles
    - PipingCell : characterization of noise in pipes

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  • Dr David Berry ORCiD

    University of Évora - Portugal

    Specialist Interest Groups (SIGs):

Physical Acoustics

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