Lennart Stania, M. Sc.
- Axial turbine
- Thermal streaks
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.
- Doctoral Studies: Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, since 2019
- Mechanical Engineering (M.Sc.): Leibniz Universität Hannover. 2017-2019
- Master Thesis: Design of a Labyrinth Seal for a Stationary Rig for the Vibration of the Flutter Behaviour, MTU Aero Engines, München. 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
- Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc.): Leibniz Universität Hannover. 2013-2017
- Bachelor Thesis: Comparison of CFD and Probe Measurements for the Mixing of a Cold Air Streak in a Multi-Stage Turbine, TFD, Hannover. 2017
- Current Position: Research assistant at the Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics (TFD). seit 2019
- Visiting Scholar: Purdue University, West Lafayette IN, USA. 2018
- Student Assistant: Institute for Turbomachinery and Fluid Dynamics (TFD). 2017-2019
- Internship: Continental AG, ContiTech Power Transmission Group, Hannover. 2016