Definition of aeroacoustics in English:

aeroacoustics

noun

Engineering Acoustics
  • The branch of physics that deals with the production of noise as a result of aerodynamic forces or turbulent airflow; the properties of something as they relate to this form of noise production.

Origin

1970s. From aero- + acoustics. Compare slightly earlier aeroacoustic.

Pronunciation:

aeroacoustics

/ˌɛːrəʊəˈkuːstɪks/