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Fluids, Acoustics & Vibration

The Fluids, Acoustics & Vibration group conducts research on modelling and analysis of flow/structure interactions, vibro-acoustic and aeroacoustic problems. The research activities of the group cover a wide range of interdependent disciplines in which specific expertise has been developed and used to generate innovative solutions to complex engineering problems.

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21st CEAS-ASC Workshop

 

Aeroacoustics Research in Europe – 2019 Highlights

One of the yearly activities of the Aeroacoustics Specialists Committee of the Confederation of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS-ASC) is to summarise significant R&D activities in Aeroacoustics in Europe in a report which is usually published as an article in the Journal of Sound and Vibration (JSV). As members of the ASC, Prof. Roberto Camussi and Associate Prof. Dr. Gareth J. Bennett will be the editors of the highlights for 2019. If you would like to submit a contribution to be considered for publication as a highlight, please do so here...
Submit a contribution for consideration for Aeroacoustics Research in Europe – 2019 Highlights.

 

 

Selected Research Projects

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Research Staff and Students

Name Position Tel. Email
Prof. Henry Rice Professor +353 1 896 1996 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. Craig Meskell Associate Professor +353 1 896 1455 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. Gareth J. Bennett Associate Professor +353 1 896 3878 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. John Kennedy Assistant Professor +353 1 896 2396 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. Andrew Mc Kay Postdoctoral Research Fellow +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. Matthew Cassidy Postdoctoral Research Fellow +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. David Heaphy Postdoctoral Research Fellow +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Mr. Eoghan Ross Postgraduate Research Student +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Mr. Kelvin Figueroa-Ibrahim Postgraduate Research Student (Visiting from University of Notre Dame, USA) +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Mr. Md Robiul Hossain Postgraduate Research Student +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Ms. Lara Flanagan Postgraduate Research Student +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Ms. Agnieszka Ciochon Postgraduate Research Student +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]
Mr. Daragh O'Connor Research Assistant +353 1 896 1998 [javascript protected email address]

Alumni

Name Position Tel. Email
Dr. Miguel Garcia-Pedroche Sound and Vibration Engineer, Dyson Ltd., UK    
Dr. Ian Davis Acoustician, Bell Labs, Ireland    
Dr. Eoin King Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT, USA
+1 860 768 5953 [javascript protected email address]

Equipment and Facilities

Major Equipment
  • 1 two-component Dantec laser Doppler velocimetry (LDV) system
  • 1 low-speed particle image velocimetry (PIV) system based on a New Wave Solo-II PIV double pulsed Nd:YAG laser and PCO Sensicam CCD camera
  • 1 high-speed stereoscopic (3-component) particle image velocimetry (PIV) system, based on a Quantronix DarwinDuo high repetition rate double-pulsed Nd:YLF laser and 2 Photron Fastcam SA1 CMOS high-speed cameras (shared with FHT research group)
  • 1 high-speed PIV system, based on an Oxford Lasers high repetition rate single cavity pulsed diode laser and NAC high-speed cameras (shared with FHT research group)
  • 4 channel constant temperature hot-wire anemometry system
  • Hermetically sealed pressure transducers
  • A 30 microphone focusing array and associated data acquisition system
  • Class 0 condenser microphones
  • Various instrumentation for vibration monitoring, including accelerometers, force transducers, non-contact displacement transducers and component laser vibrometers
  • Modular, multichannel, synchronous data acquisition systems (NI PCI, SCSI and PXI based)

Research Seminar Schedule

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