Research Projects - Axial Compressors

FINISHED PROJECTS

  • Active flow control in aerodynamically highly loaded compressor stators by the use of jet dampers I
  • Diagnostics and monitoring of lung diseases using exhaled aerosols (I and II)
  • Riblets on compressor blades - development of manufacturing processes for local structuring and evaluation of loss reduction
  • SFB 871 - Influence of complex surface structures on the aerodynamic loss behavior of blades
  • Blowout and exhaust on highly loaded compressor stages
  • Active flow control in aerodynamically highly loaded compressor stators by the use of jet dampers II
  • Modeling of near-surface flows
  • Verification of the aerodynamic potential of riblets produced by grinding and laser ablation in a highly loaded axial compressor
  • Numerical investigation of cavities and sealing systems in an axial compressor

CURRENT PROJECTS

  • Acoustic excitation of blade vibrations for the investigation of aerodynamic damping
  • Experimental investigations on transmission and reflection of sound modes in low-pressure turbine lattices
  • Numerical sensitivity analysis for sound generation and reduction in the forward core engine
  • FB 871 TP C4 - Aeroelasticity of turbine blades
  • SFB 871 TP C6 - Aeroelasticity of compressor blisks
  • Smart blades flow simulation and noise estimation of wind turbine blades with flaps
  • Grid forced vibrations of turbines
  • Mistuning with aerodynamic coupling
  • Aeroelasticity of low-pressure compressors of future UHBR engines