Affiliated Researchers: Aerodynamics

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institute of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 12 search result(s) for Aerodynamics.

Mark Maughmer


Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Airfoils, Aerodynamics, Drag, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Boundary Layers

Sven Schmitz


Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Rotors, Wind Turbines, Drag, Atmospheric Boundary Layer, Vortex Flow

Kenneth Brentner


Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Acoustics, Rotors, Aeroacoustics, Helicopters, Helicopter Rotors

Daning Huang


Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Hypersonic Flow, Skin, Scaling Laws, High Temperature Effects

Jules Lindau


Senior Research Associate, Applied Research Laboratory (ARL)
Top research keywords: Cavitation, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Multiphase Flow, Volume Fraction, Gases

Tamy Guimarães


Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Vortex Flow, Swirling Flow, Turbofan Engines, Velocity Measurement, Engines

David K. Hall


Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Boundary Layers, Aircraft, Fans, Propulsion, Transport Aircraft

Cengiz Camci


Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Turbines, Heat Transfer, Aerodynamics, Turbomachine Blades, Axial Flow

Susan Stewart


Associate Teaching Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Wind Turbines, Wind Power, Rotors, Condensers (liquefiers), Condenser Tubes

Brian Maicke


Associate Professor, School of Science, Engineering & Technology (Harrisburg)
Top research keywords: Mach Number, Vortex Flow, Rocket Engines, Rocket Nozzles, Nozzles

Michael Barringer


Associate Research Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Turbines, Combustors, Seals, Engines, Cooling

Mark Miller


Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Wind Turbines, Wind Turbine, Reynolds Number, High Reynolds Number, Turbulent Channel Flow