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Mei Zhuang

  • Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engr
  • 201 W 19th Ave
    E411 Scott Lab
    Columbus, OH 43210
  • 614-247-8773


Research interests include:

  • Computational Aeroacoustics (CAA) and Its Applications
  • Methodology Development of CAA
  • Acoustic Intensity-Based Methods for Far-Field Acoustic Predictions
  • Wind Turbine Noise Predictions
  • Development of CAA Tools for Noise Prediction and Reduction Technologies of Duct Acoustics and Aircraft Propulsion Systems
  • A New Conceptual Design for Adaptive Noise Control with controllable Impedance Liners
  • Fundamental Fluid Mechanics
  • Fundamental Studies of Shear Layer Mixing and Mixing Control
  • Global Instability of Separated Flows; Absolute and Convective Stability
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Its Applications
  • Wind Turbine Blade Aerodynamics
  • In-Cylinder Flow Simulations
  • Catalytic Converters

Faculty Focus:


  • January, 2010

    Distinguished Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Award.

  • January, 2003-
    January, 2004

    Fulbright Scholar.

Journal Articles


  • S. Zheng and M. Zhuang, 2006, "Time-Domain Acoustic Wave Solutions in Sheared Mean Flows." International Journal of Aeroacoustics 5, no. 3, 263-277 - 263-277.