People of Flow Noise Group

Academics 

Con Doolan

Professor Con Doolan (Group Leader)

Professor Con Doolan is based in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. He has research interests and expertise in the following areas: (i) aeroacoustics and flow induced noise: understanding and controlling noise generated by luid flow (aircraft, wind turbines, submarines, fans, ventilation ducts, automobiles, trains, valves, etc), (ii) fluid mechanics, specifically understanding the physics of fluid flow and applying this knowledge to practical problems in industry, (iii) acoustics and noise control, specifically general acousitcs, acoustic beamforming and time reversal, (iv) wind tunnel testing, specifically aerodynamic measurement, flow measurements and visualisation, anechoic/aeroacoustic testing.

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Danielle Moreau

Dr Danielle Moreau

Dr Danielle Moreau is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Manufacutring Engineering at the University of New South Wales. Her reserch focuses on the understanding and control of flow-induced noise. Danielle's major research contributions have been in (i) wall-mounted finite airfoil aeroacoustics, (ii) airfoil trailing edge noise production and control, (iii) rotor and fan noise generation and (iv) bluff body aeroacousics. 

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Charitha de Silva

Dr Charitha de Silva

Dr Charitha de Silva is a lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of New South Wales. His particular areas of research expertise are in wall-bounded flows, turbulent structure, microfluidics/biofluids and advanced flow diagnostics (particle image velocimetry). 

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 Manuj Awasthi

Dr Manuj Awasthi

 

 

 

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Paul Croaker 

Dr Paul Croaker

Dr Paul Croaker is from the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. His research interests include: (i) computaitonal aeroacoustics, (ii) fluid-structure interaction, (iii) fluid mechanics and computational fluid. 

 

 

 

  

Technical Staff

Omear Saeed

Mr Omear Saeed

 

 

 
  

   

Post Docs

 Yendrew Yauwenas

 

Dr Yendrew Yauwenas

Dr Yendrew Yauwenas is a postdoctoral research associate in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. His research focuses are in the following areas: (i) aeroacoustics of wings, rotors and turbines (aircraft, wind turbines, submarines, fans) and (ii) fluid mechanics of flow past airfoil-shaped bodies and cylinders

 

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 Dr Chaoyang Jiang

 

 

 

  

 

Dr Angus Willis

 

 

 

Dr Prateek Bahl

 
 

Dr Oksana Tkachenko

 
 

 

Postgraduate students 

Sean McCreton 

Sean McCreton

Thesis title: Disturbance interactons in supersonic flows
Supervisor(s): Prof. Con Doolan and Dr Danielle Moreau

 

 

  

 Jiawei Tan

Jiawei (Arthur) Tan

Thesis title: The aeroacoustics of bluff bodies in close proximity to a wall
Supervisor(s): Prof. Con Doolan and Dr Danielle Moreau

 

 

  

Tingyi

Tingyi Zhang

Thesis title: The Aerodynamics and Acoustics of Wall-mounted Airfoil Tip Flows
Supervisor(s): Dr Danielle Moreau, Prof. Con Doolan and Dr Jeoffrey Fischer

 

 

  

Roman Kisler

Thesis title: Airfoil noise production in real-world turbulence
Supervisor(s): Dr Danielle Moreau, Prof. Con Doolan, and Dr Charitha de Silva
 
  

Rowena Dixon

Rowena Dixon

Thesis title: Understanding Airfoil Noise Production in Turbulent Flow Fields
Supervisor(s): Prof. Con Doolan, Dr Danielle Moreau and Dr Charitha de Silva
 
  

Ahmed Mahgoub

 
Supervisor(s): Dr Charitha de Silva, Prof. Con Doolan and Dr Danielle Moreau
 
  

Jingang Li

Thesis title: The Effect of a Duct on Drone Propeller Noise
Supervisors: Prof. Con Doolan, Dr Danielle Moreau, Dr Yendrew Yauwenas
 
 

Shuang Qiu

 
Supervisors: Prof. Con Doolan, Dr Danielle Moreau, Dr Manuj Awasthi
 

Mohamed Mahmoud

 
Supervisors: Prof. Con Doolan, Dr Charitha de Silva
 
 

Alex Bian

Thesis title: Investigating the Drone Propeller Noise Generation with Anisotropic Turbulence Ingestion
Supervisors: Dr Danielle Moreau, Dr Yendrew Yauwenas, Prof. Con Doolan