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MHRD Scheme on Global Initiative on Academic Network (GIAN)

Computational Acoustics for Emerging Needs


Overview
Computational acoustics is an important and active research area. Computational acoustics
problems are focused on obtaining numerical solution of propagation and formation of acoustic
disturbances. Accurate simulation of acoustics problem is a challenge as the pressure fluctuations
associated with acoustic signals are usually very small as compared to the background pressure
field. Propagation of a computed acoustic signal strongly depends on the phase, dissipation and
the dispersion properties associated with individual wavenumber component for the used
discretization schemes. Calculations for acoustical problems have to be performed for a long
duration avoiding numerical instabilities to obtain acoustical spectra. Numerical methods used
for such simulations must have high spectral resolution, neutral stability and physical dispersion
relation preserving nature. First module of this course is dedicated to expose researchers to high
accuracy schemes and in the second module researchers will learn solution and post-processing
methodologies useful for computational acoustics problems. Tutorials will be conducted to
provide hands on experience to the participants.
This specialized course is targeted towards teachers, scientists, practicing engineers and students
(undergraduate and postgraduate) in the disciplines of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil
engineering. The materials covered are not usually offered as a regular course in most institutes
in India.

Objectives
Primary objective of the course is to expose and familiarize participants with the finer nuances of
computational acoustic, aero-acoustic and other wave phenomenon. This course has significant
relevance to a wide community involving students, faculty members and researchers working in
the area of computational acoustics, vibration and computational fluid dynamics and other
aspects of wave phenomena. Participants will be exposed to following important topics.
i)
ii)

Development, analysis and use of high accuracy methods for solving real, practical
computational acoustics/ aero-acoustic problems.
Solution and post-processing analysis of computational acoustics problems for
understanding sound propagation and noise generation mechanism.s

Course details
Module A: Construction and analysis of DRP schemes in acoustic problems.

23rd May 2016 Monday


Lecture: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Computational Aero-Acoustic (CAA) problems in different fields: aircraft (jet noise),
automobiles (brake noise), electronics (fan noise) etc., Key attributes of acoustic fields and
governing and model equations.

Tutorial: 11.15 AM to 12.15 PM


Difference approximation for the numerical solution of PDE.
24th May 2016 Tuesday
Lecture: 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Need for high-resolution, physical dispersion relation preserving (DRP) schemes
Lecture: 10:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Global Spectral Analysis of discretization schemes
25th May 2016 Wednesday
Lecture: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Compact schemes, high-accuracy central schemes and their centrality for acoustics problem
computed from first principle.
Lecture: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Construction of spectrally optimized DRP schemes.
26th May 2016 Thursday
Lecture: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Two- versus multi-time level integration schemes; Metrics of scientific computing.
Lecture: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Error dynamics: dispersion, dissipation, aliasing, focusing error components etc.
27th May 2016 Friday
Tutorial: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Estimation of important numerical properties (Numerical amplification factor and numerical
group velocity) for high accuracy methods.
Tutorial: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Solution of model wave equation problem using high accuracy schemes.

Module B: High accuracy simulation & post-processing of acoustic problems


30th May 2016 Monday
Lecture: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Application of high accuracy schemes with adaptive numerical diffusion and adaptive multidimensional filters.
Lecture: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Effectiveness of boundary conditions for computational acoustic problem.

31th May 2016 Tuesday


Lecture: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Post-processing of acoustic solutions: Ffowcs-Williams- Hawkings (FWH) method
Lecture: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Application of wavelet analysis in post processing acoustic simulations
1st June 2016 Wednesday
Lecture: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Empirical mode decomposition: POD, DMD representations.
Lecture: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Use of massively parallel computers, data management and ROM.
2nd June 2016 Thursday
Lecture: 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Applications in the automobile and aerospace sectors.
Tutorial: 10:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Solution of linearized compressible Navier-Stokes equations for simulation of computational
acoustic problems (Cont.)
3rd June 2016 Friday
Tutorial: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Solution of linearized compressible Navier-Stokes equations for simulation of computational
acoustic problems.
Tutorial: 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Post-processing of computational acoustic problems.
4th June 2016 Saturday
Examination for students
Teaching Faculty Members
(1) Prof. Datta V. Gaitonde:
Professor Gaitonde is the John Glenn Chair in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Department at the Ohio State University, U.S.A. He received his PhD from Rutgers
University, New Brunswick, NJ in 1989 and is one of the leading experts in the area of
computational fluid dynamics. Prior to joining the department in 2010, he was Technical Area
Leader of the High-Speed Flows Group in the Computational Sciences Branch of the Air
Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. His
research focuses on understanding and controlling fluid phenomena encountered in all speed
regimes. Recent areas of research include jet noise, shock/boundary layer interactions,
laminar-turbulent transition, drag and heat transfer prediction, scramjet-based airframe
propulsion integration and various types of plasma-based flow control. He is a Fellow of the
AFRL, AIAA and ASME and a member of APS.

(2) Prof. Tapan K. Sengupta


Professor Sengupta has been involved in research and teaching for more than 30 years in
India and abroad. He received his PhD from Georgia Tech., USA and presently is with
the Aerospace Engineering Department, I.I.T. Kanpur. His research interests are in high
accuracy computing of transitional and turbulent flows; developing high resolution
schemes for compressible flows and problems of geophysical sciences. Theoretical fluid
mechanics, including transition and turbulence, is the area of his primary interest. He has
developed the High Performance Computing Laboratory at I.I.T. Kanpur, a centre of
research since its inception in 1990. The emphasis of research at HPCL is on developing
high accuracy methods to aid in bridging gap between theoretical and computational fluid
dynamics and heat transfer at all speed regimes.
(3) Dr. Yogesh G Bhumkar
Dr. Yogesh Bhumkar is presently working as an assistant professor in the School of
Mechanical Sciences, IIT Bhubaneswar. He received his Ph.D. from the Aerospace
Engineering Department at I.I.T. Kanpur in 2012 and worked in National Taiwan
University as a postdoctoral researcher before joining IIT Bhubaneswar. His doctoral and
post-doctoral work was related to development of high accuracy numerical schemes and
numerical filters essential for HPC of transitional flows. His new works on high
resolution DRP schemes provide space-time accurate numerical solution of
computational acoustics problems. Presently he is active in the research area of
computational acoustics.
(4) Dr. Sathyanarayana A.
Dr. Sathyanarayana A. is presently working as an assistant professor in the School of
Mechanical Sciences, IIT Bhubaneswar. He received his Ph.D. from the Aerospace
Engineering Department at Cornell University in 2007 and worked in Sibley School of
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University as a postdoctoral researcher
before joining IIT Bhubaneswar. His doctoral work was related to experimental Eulerian
and Lagrangian measurements in simple turbulent flows. Presently he is working on DNS
of contracting turbulent flows using novel Fourier space algorithms along with particle
laden turbulent flow under axisymmetric expansion.

Who can attend


i)
Senior undergraduate students, graduate students pursuing M. Tech. and Ph. D.
programme in the Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil engineering Departments would
benefit most;
ii)
Proposed course has been designed to update knowledge and improve understandings
of the faculty members in new IITs, IISERs and academic institutions in the country
about the best practices and recent advances in the field;
iii)
Practicing engineers and scientists working in industries, as well as, in government
research organizations will also benefit.

Registration Fees
(1) Participants from abroad: US $500
(2) Industry/ Research Organizations: Rs. 20,000/(3) Academic Institutions:
Students: Rs. 5,000/Faculty: Rs. 10,000/Participants will be provided with single bedded accommodation on payment basis.

Proposed Budget
Item

Cost

International and National Experts Air Fare

1,75,000

Honorarium to International, National and Host faculties

2,00,000

Travel and Stay Support to some Participants

1,00,000

Local hospitality to International and National experts

50,000

Lecture Notes/video-learning material preparation

50,000

Coordinators Fee

25,000

Contingency

50,000

Video recording expenses

25,000

Miscellaneous expenditure

25,000

Institutes overhead

1,00,000

GRAND TOTAL

8,00,000

Course Coordinators
(1) Dr. Yogesh G. Bhumkar
Principal Coordinator
School of Mechanical Sciences,
I.I.T. Bhubaneswar, Samantapuri, Bhubaneswar, India, 751013.
Phone: +91-674-2306386(O), +91 7749805618 (M)
Email: bhumkar@iitbbs.ac.in; http://www.iitbbs.ac.in/profile.php/bhumkar/
(2) Dr. Sathyanarayana A.
Co-Coordinator
School of Mechanical Sciences,
I.I.T. Bhubaneswar, Samantapuri, Bhubaneswar, India, 751013.
Phone: +91-674-2306285(O), +91 7873000008 (M)
Email: sathya@iitbbs.ac.in; http://www.iitbbs.ac.in/profile.php/sathya/