|The Aeroacoustics and Noise Control Laboratory
(AANCL) was established in 1995 to perform researches on all
aspects of aerodynamically or hydrodynamically induced noise
and its control.
Noise control has become one of highlighted research topics
during recent decades from a huge variety of technical societies
(especially Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering) due to environmental
issues on human community.
Especially, the demand for environment-friendly products
from consumers combined with the stricter law enforcement
from government make the field of Aeroacoustics rich with
The AANCL develops numerical tools for noise prediction through
indirect simulation (Acoustic Analogy/ Kirchhoff Method) or
direct simulation (Computational Aeroacoustics) for Moving
Vehicles (Helicopters, Airplanes, High-speed trains, Automobiles,
Submarines), Turbomachines (Fan, Propeller, Compressor, Turbine),
Thermoacoustic applications and Industrial plants.
Experimental analyses are also pursued by using Anechoic
Wind Tunnel / Anechoic Chambers with various measurement techniques,
and modern Active Noise Control (ANC) methods are applied
on noise cancellation of ducted machines.