NAFNoise, which stands for NREL AirFoil Noise, is a program that predicts the noise of any airfoil shape for five different types of noise sources.
The five noise sources NAFNoise predicts are:
- Turbulent boundary layer trailing-edge noise
- Separated flow noise
- Laminar boundary layer vortex-shedding noise
- Trailing-edge bluntness noise
- Turbulent inflow noise.
The models in the program are based on the work of others and research performed at NREL.
This software was developed by Pat Moriarty of NREL.
Note: NREL is not furthering the development this software. The links below are provided for archival purposes only.
NAFNoise Change Log (v1.00, 1 KB, 22-July-2005)
This is a list of changes made to the code. Look at this text file to see if we've made worthwhile changes since you received your previous version of NAFNoise.
NAFNoise User's Guide (v1.0, 49 KB, 21-July-2005)
This is the NAFNoise User's Guide. It explains what NAFNoise does and how you can use it. It is also included in the archive.