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Variational Methods for Acoustic Radiation in a Duct with a Shear Flow and an Absorbing Boundary

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The well-posedness of the acoustic radiation in a 2D duct in presence of both a shear flow and an absorbing wall described by the Myers boundary condition is studied thanks to variational methods. Without flow the problem is found well-posed for any impedance value. The presence of a flow complicates the results. With a uniform flow the problem is proven to be always of the Fredholm type but is found well-posed only when considering a dissipative radiation problem. With a general shear flow, the Fredholm property is recovered for a weak enough shear and the dissipative radiation problem requires to introduce extra conditions to be well-posed: enough dissipation, a large enough frequency and non-intuitive conditions on the impedance value.
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hal-03884954 , version 1 (05-12-2022)

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Jean-François Mercier. Variational Methods for Acoustic Radiation in a Duct with a Shear Flow and an Absorbing Boundary. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 2021, 81 (6), pp.2658-2683. ⟨10.1137/20M1384026⟩. ⟨hal-03884954⟩
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