عنوان مقاله [English]
The acoustic performance of ship propellers is an important issue in ship design. Noise generated by the ship's propeller is one of the most important sources of noise when ship moving in seaway which has a higher frequency range and level than other noise sources. In this study, the fluid field around the DTMB 4119 marine propeller was simulated by the finite volume method and then by the FW-H integral method, the sound pressure level was estimated and validated with the experimental results. In the following, a standard Series B propeller in two different advanced coefficients simulated. its hydrodynamic properties investigated by velocity triangles and extracted vortex structure of the flow. The Steady and unsteady states were used to evaluate the acoustic performance of this propeller. In the steady-state condition, the noise level was lower at high frequencies, while in the unsteady state, noise levels were around 10 dB higher, which be due to ignored unsteady terms. For extrapolation of the result of acoustic noise levels from the model scale to a full scale of the propeller, the ITTC87 method was used.