关于研究生灵犀学术殿堂第236期之Tom I-P. Shih教授报告会的通知

全校师生:

我校定于20171024日(星期二)举办研究生灵犀学术殿堂——Tom I-P. Shih教授报告会,现将有关事项通知如下:

1.报告会简介

报告人:Tom I-P. Shih教授

间:20171024日(星期二) 上午930

点:长安校区 动力与能源学院225会议室

题:燃气轮机传热-机遇与挑战

内容简介:本次报告将对燃气涡轮的冷却技术进行综述,同时论述冷却技术的挑战和机遇。报告内容主要包括计算流体和换热方法(CFD/HT)对于涡轮冷却方案设计和分析的可靠性研究;通过实例说明稳态及非稳态RANS方法下常用湍流模型的适用范围和劣势,并介绍大涡模拟的适用范围;稳态和非稳态实验测量中不确定性分析和解决方法;实验和数值研究涡轮材料热负荷突增情况下的换热。

2.欢迎各学院师生前来听报告。报告会期间请关闭手机或将手机调至静音模式。

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报告人简介

Tom I-P. Shih,美国普渡大学航空航天学院教授,院长。Tom I-P. Shih教授先后就职于爱荷华州立大学(教授、主任;2003-2009)、密歇根州立大学(教授;1998-2003)、卡耐基梅隆大学(副教授,1988-1993;教授,1993-1998)、佛罗里达大学(副教授,1983-1988)以及NASA研究中心(机械工程师,1981-1982)。Tom Shih教授最早于西弗吉尼亚大学开始大学本科阶段学习,于国立成功大学获得学士学位;后在密歇根大学安娜堡分校获得硕士和博士学位。他是ASMEAIAA的研究员,并获得了AIAA的能源系统奖。

Shih教授的研究方向为流体力学、传热学和计算流体动力学(CFD)。Shih教授和他的学生已经开发了用于反应和非反应,可压缩和不可压缩流动的算法和CFD代码。他们还开发了诸多程序和代码,例如直接模拟(DNS)程序研究流动中粒子间相互作用,用来解决流动中每个粒子的移动;复杂结构的网格生成;以及网格诱发CFD计算错误的评估和修正。通过建模和数值模拟,他研究了有关空气动力学的各类问题,如:翼型和机翼积冰、激波/边界层相互作用的控制技术、混合压缩进气道超音速飞机;燃气轮机高温部件冷却,如:叶片通道和端壁传热与冷却、涡轮叶片气膜冷却、耦合传热等;两相流,如:颗粒沉积、粒子/流体相互作用、雾化、喷雾等;能源动力及推进系统,如:燃气轮机燃烧室、活塞转子式发动机、汽车离合器、液环泵、热电发电机;材料加工,如:热喷涂成型,冷喷涂成型。Shih教授联名主编了一本教材,一本专著,另外参与编写了十本专著的部分章节;发表期刊和会议论文超过200篇;同时担任过28名博士和55名硕士的导师或者合作导师。

 

Tom Shih is The J. William Uhrig and Anastasia Vournas Head and Professor of the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Purdue University. Previously, he was professor and chair of the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Iowa State University (2003-09). He also has held positions at Michigan State University (professor, 1998-2003), Carnegie Mellon University (associate professor, 1988-93; professor, 1993-98), the University of Florida (assistant Professor, 1983-87; associate professor, 1987-88), and NASA – Lewis (now Glenn) Research Center (mechanical engineer, 1981-82). Shih started his undergraduate education at West Virginia University but completed his B.S. degree at the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan in 1976. He received his M.S.E. and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1977 and 1981, respectively. He is a Fellow of ASME and AIAA and received AIAA’s Energy Systems Award. 

Shih’s research interests are in fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Shih and his students have developed a number of algorithms and CFD codes for studying reacting and nonreacting, compressible and incompressible flows. Algorithms and codes have also been developed for directnumerical simulation (DNS) of particle-particle interactions that resolve the flow past each moving particle, algebraic grid generation for complex geometries, knowledge-based-automatic grid generation rooted in Chimera grids, and methods for estimating and correcting for grid-induced errors in CFD solutions. By using modelling and simulation, Shih and his students have studied a wide range of problems in aerodynamics (airfoils and wings with ice accretion, control of shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions by bleed, and mixedcompression inlets for supersonic aircraft); energy, power, and propulsion systems (gas turbine combustors, piston and Wankel rotary engines, automotive torque converters, automotive clutches, liquid-ring vacuum pumps, thermoelectric power generators); cooling of gas-turbine hot section (blade-passage/endwall aerodynamics and heat transfer; internal and film cooling of turbine vanes, blades, and “edges”; conjugate heat transfer; ingress through rim seals); two-phase flows (free-surface flows, objects impacting from air into oceans, electrodeposition of colloidal particles; particle/particle and particle/fluid interactions in particle-laden flows, and atomization and sprays); materials processing (thermal spray forming, cold spray forming); and multifunction materials (thermal-fluid issues and energy harvesting). In these endeavors, Shih has co-authored one textbook; co-edited one book; authored and co-authored 10 book chapters and more than 200 technical papers in journals and conferences; presented nearly 200 invited talks; and served as advisor or co-advisor to 28 Ph.D. and 55 M.S. students.