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Milanovic Receives NASA Fellowship Award


Posted 04/26/2017
Category: Accolades
Noise sources and transmission paths in a turbofan engine, Astley (2009)

Noise sources and transmission paths in a turbofan engine, Astley (2009)

Ivana Milanovic, professor of mechanical engineering, CETA, has received a 2017 NASA Fellowship Award. The Fellowship will be hosted by the Turbomachinery and Propulsion Systems Division at NASA Glenn Research Center in the summer of 2017. During her tenure, Professor Milanovic will conduct an integrated experimental and computational research program to investigate causes and remedies for unsteady flows and noise in multi-stream nozzle flows with the purpose of understanding underlying flow physics and producing optimized software application. Accurate estimation of noise generated by turbofan engines is important for aircraft noise certification. Noise propagation paths are illustrated in figure. The work is expected to provide projects for students interested in computational simulation studies.

Noise sources and transmission paths in a turbofan engine, Astley (2009)

Noise sources and transmission paths in a turbofan engine, Astley (2009)