Jan Gößling, M. Sc.
- Aeroelastic & Aeroacoustic
- Optical measurement techniques
Composite fan Aerodynamic, Aeroelastic and Aeroacoustic VAlidation Rig (CA3ViAR)
The aim of the Composite fan Aerodynamic, Aeroelastic and Aeroacoustic VAlidation Rig (CA3ViAR) project is the design of a Low-Speed Fan (LSF) that will develop instabilities, which are representative for fans in ultra-high-bypass-ratio (UHBR) engines of civil aircraft. Extensive analytical and numerical simulations to generate aeroelastic instabilities at desired operating points give requirements for the structural properties of the blade. These requirements are approached by choosing a sufficient layup and material of the composite blade. During the project, extensive experimental tests to measure aerodynamic, aeroelastic and aeroacoustic performance under a wide range of operational conditions are performed. To validate the numerical methods, advanced optical measurement techniques, e.g. Digital Image Correlation (DIC) and Pressure-Sensitive Paint (PSP), are used.
- Doctoral Studies: Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, since 2020
- Master Thesis: Qualification of an optical measurement system to identify blade vibration on a low speed fan, Institute of Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2020
- Research Project: time-integration simulation of an friction damped turbine blade, Institute of Dynamics and Vibration Research, Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2019
- Bachelor Thesis: "Experimental Evaluation of unsteady Pressure-Sensitive Paint for acoustic applications", German Aerospace Center (DLR), Göttingen, 2018
- Mechanical Engineering Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2013 – 2020
- Current Position: Research assistant at the Institute of Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics, since 2020
- Student Assistant: Institute of Dynamics and Vibration Research, 2018-2019
- Internship: German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute for aerodynamic and flow technology, 2017
- Student Assistant: Institute of Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics Research, 2015-2018, 2019-2020