InstituteTeam
Lennart Stania, M.Sc.

Lennart Stania, M.Sc.

Lennart Stania, M.Sc.
Address
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
208
Lennart Stania, M.Sc.
Address
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
208
Positions
Group Leader
Aeroacoustics, Aeroelasticity and Wind Energy
Institute of Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics
Group Leader
Aeroacoustics, Aeroelasticity and Wind Energy
Aeroacoustics, Aeroelasticity and Wind Energy

MAIN FOCUS

  • Aeroelastic
  • Axial turbine
  • Thermal streaks

Research Projects

Regeneration induced variations of aeroelastic properties of turbine blades

Within subproject C4 of CRC 871 the influence of regeneration-related variations of turbine blades is investigated. These geometric variations have a direct effect on the aeroelastic excitation and the vibration behaviour. In the third funding period, the aim is to investigate the influence of disturbances from upstream-modules. For this purpose, the aeroelastic influences of thermal streaks on downstream turbine rows will be investigated. Furthermore, a probabilistic, automated process chain will be established with regard to real geometric variances and their influence on aeroelasticity, and a subsequent study will be carried out.

  • Work Experience
    • 2016

    Internship: Continental AG, ContiTech Power Transmission Group, Hannover

    • 2017-2019

    Student Assistant: Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics (TFD)

    • 2018

    Visiting Scholar: Purdue University, West Lafayette IN, USA

    • 2019-present

    Research Assistant: Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics

  • Studies
    • 2013-2017

    Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc.): Leibniz University Hannover

    • 2017

    Bachelor Thesis: Comparison of CFD and Probe Measurements for the Mixing of a Cold Air Streak in a Multi-Stage Turbine, TFD, Hannover

    • 2017-2019

    Mechanical Engineering (M.Sc.): Leibniz University Hannover

    • 2019

    Research Project: Experimental Analysis of a Viper Expansion Turbine for Work Recovery and its Factors Influencing Cycle Stability within a R410A Residential Heat Pump, Purdue University, West Lafayette IN, USA

    • 2019

    Master Thesis: Design of a Labyrinth Seal for a Stationary Rig for the Vibration of the Flutter Behaviour, MTU Aero Engines, München

    • 2019-present

    Doctoral Studies: Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics, Leibniz Universität Hannover