Affiliated Researchers: Reynolds Number

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

Displaying 12 search result(s) for Reynolds Number.

Mark Miller


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

Margaret Byron


Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Turbulence, Isotropic Turbulence, Cylinder, Reynolds Number, Refractive Index

Elia Merzari


Associate Professor, Ken and Mary Alice Lindquist Department of Nuclear Engineering
Top research keywords: Large Eddy Simulation, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Direct Numerical Simulation, Turbulence, Bundles

Tamy Guimarães


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

Michael Barringer


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

Mark Maughmer


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

Matthew Rau


Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Jet, Jet Impingement, Boiling Liquids, Boiling, Heat Transfer

Sven Schmitz


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

Cengiz Camci


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

Karen A. Thole


Department Head and Distinguished Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Cooling, Turbines, Heat Transfer, Gas Turbines, Combustors

Anil Kulkarni


Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Spark Plasma Sintering, Sintering, Tungsten, Fires, Heat

Ali Borhan


Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Drop, Surface Active Agents, Fluids, Flow, Bubble