The PARNAS project focused on an important industrial application: reduction of aircraft engine noise using optimized acoustic liners designed. This project investigated fundamental mathematical aspects of the related simulation techniques (FEM, DGM, PUM) and built upon three successful FP5 and FP6 research projects where some technological components were developed and where the partners learned to work together. Exchanges were organized between five teams in four countries with extensive expertise and skills in the related domain as researchers, developers and users of the underlying technology. PARNAS aimed at developing new techniques (PUM), further validating and enhancing recently introduced techniques (DGM) and deploying existing techniques in industry (FEM).
The PARNAS project was coordinated by Free Field Technologies.
Start date: 2010-06-01 End date: 2014-05-31
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