Led by Dr. Adrian Sescu, a CAVS research group is focusing on fundamental research on topics in aeroacoustics, transition in boundary layers, and synthetic turbulence modeling for both large and direct numerical simulations. Current research areas include:
Selected publications: Sescu, A., Taoudi, L. and Afsar, M. (2017) Iterative control of Gortler vortices via local wall deformations, Theoretical and Computational Fluids Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00162-017-0440-2. Sassanis, V., Sescu, A., Collins, E.M., Harris, R. and Luke, A.E. (2017) A Hybrid Approach for Nonlinear Computational Aeroacoustics Predictions, International Journal for Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 31, pp. 1-20. Goldstein, M., Sescu, A., Duck, P. and Choudhari, M. (2016) Nonlinear wakes behind a row of elongated roughness elements, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 796, pp. 516-557. Harris, R., Collins, E.M., Luke, A.E., Sescu, A., Strutzenberg, L.L. and West, J.S. (2016) Coupled Overset Unstructured Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Launch Environment Acoustics Prediction, AIAA Journal, Vol. 54, pp. 1932-1952. Sescu, A. and Thompson, D. (2015) On the Excitation of Gortler Vortices by Distributed Roughness Elements, Theoretical and Computational Fluids Dynamics, Vol. 29, pp. 67-92. Blake, J., Sescu, A., Thompson, D. and Hattori, Y. (2018) A Coupled LES/Stochastic Modeling Approach to Jet Noise Prediction, AIAA Paper 2018-1248, AIAA Scitech Forum, Kissimmee, FL . Haywood, J.S., Sescu, A., Bhushan, S., Foster, J. and Farthing, M. (2018) Towards a More Realistic Triple Hill's Vortex Synthetic Method for LES of Wall Bounded Flows, AIAA Paper 2018-0837 , AIAA Scitech Forum, Kissimmee, FL.