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Physically Derived Synthesis Model of an Aeolian Tone

Selfridge, Rod; Reiss, Joshua; Avital, Eldad; Tang, Xiaolong

Authors

Joshua Reiss

Eldad Avital

Xiaolong Tang



Abstract

An Aeolian tone is the whistle-like sound that is generated when air moves past a cylinder or similar object; it is one of the primary aeroacoustic sound sources. A synthesis model of an Aeolian tone has been developed based on empirical formula derived from fundamental fluid dynamics equations. It avoids time consuming computations and allows real-time operation and interaction. Evaluation of the synthesis model shows frequencies produced are close to those measured in a wind tunnel or simulated through traditional offline computations.

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (Published)
Conference Name Audio Engineering Society Convention 141
Start Date Sep 29, 2016
End Date Oct 2, 2016
Online Publication Date Sep 20, 2016
Publication Date Sep 20, 2016
Deposit Date Jan 17, 2023
Publisher Audio Engineering Society
Book Title Audio Engineering Society Convention 141