High-Fidelity Computational Multi-Physics Laboratory
We use high-fidelity methods on supercomputers to generate insight into a wide range of multi-physics fluid dynamic phenomena. Our current interests include jet noise, shock wave-turbulent boundary layer interactions, scramjet flow paths in hypersonic flight and flows past wings. In each, we seek to understand the key mechanisms and various ways they may be controlled. We anchor our results in experimental data obtained at The Ohio State University and elsewhere before using the rich datasets to perform analysis that are difficult if not impossible to obtain from testing alone.
Endowed Chair, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering