|Asst Prof Jorg Uwe Schluter|
Division of Aerospace Engineering
School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
College of Engineering
Phone: (+65)6790 5519
- PhD National Polytechnic Inst of Toulouse 2000
- Dipl.-Ing. Technical University of Berlin 1997
|Asst. Prof. Schlüter received his Master’s degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in Engineering Science with a major in Fluid Mechanics from the Technical University Berlin in Germany in 1997. He proceeded with his PhD studies at ENSEEIHT in Toulouse, France. During that time, he worked for CERFACS, a center for computational science. He worked on Large-Eddy Simulations of gas turbine combustors, and received his PhD degree in 2000. From 2000 to 2005, he worked at the Center for Turbulence Research, a joint Center by Stanford University and NASA Ames. His work focused on high-performance computing on massively parallel machines. He joined the Aerospace Division of NTU’s School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in 2005. His current funded projects encompass Micro and Nano Air Vehicles, control of turbulent boundary layers, fluid-structure interactions, and airspeed sensors.|
|Aerodynamics, wind energy, turbulent flows, flow control, Computational Fluid Dynamics (RANS, LES, DNS, and RANS-LES hybrids), high-performance computing and parallel programming approaches, combustion modeling and combustion instabilities, acoustics.|
|Research Grant |
- Academic Research Fund Tier 1 (2009-) [by MOE]
- Defence Science and Technology Agency (2010-) [by MINDEF - Defence Science & Technology Agency (DSTA)]
- Defence Science and Technology Agency (2010-2014) [by MINDEF - Defence Science & Technology Agency (DSTA)]
- Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore - NTU (2010-) [by Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Nanyang Technological University]
- Singapore Maritime Institute (2013-)
- Singapore Maritime Institute (2013-) [by Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI)]
|Current Projects |
- Aerodynamics of flapping wings
- Development of a framework for the numerical analysis of fluid-structure interactions
- Drag Reduction for Marine Vessels using Air-Filled Dimpled Surfaces
- Drag Reduction for Marine vessels Using Air-Filled Dimpled Surfaces
- Feasiblility study of nano air vehicle
- Marine Renewable Power Generator
- Marine Renewable Power Generator
- Prediction of Explosion Hazards From Earth Covered Magazine
- Prediction of Explosion Hazards from Earth Covered Magazine
- Singapore-Onera Aerospace Research (SOAR) Program
- Study of a Modular-Based Portable Wind Turbine for Marine Applications
- Study of a Modular-based Portable Wind Turbine for Marine Applications
- Systematic study of Vorticity-induced damping effect of acoustically-excited flow through an orifice
- X. Zhang, P. Theissen, J. Schlüter. (2012). Numerical Study of the Influence of the Reynolds-Number on the Lift Created by a Leading Edge Vortex. Physics of Fluids, 24(6).
- X. Zhang, P. Theissen, J. Schlüter. (2012). Towards Simulation of Flapping Wings Using Immersed Boundary Method. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, doi: 10.1002/fl.
- J. Schlüter. (2010). Lift Enhancement at Low Reynolds-Numbers Using Self-Activated Movable Flaps. AIAA Journal of Aircraft, 47(1), 348ff.
- X. Wu, J. U. Schlüter, P. Moin, H. Pitsch, G. Iacc. (2006). Computational study on the internal layer in a diffuser. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 550, 391-412.
- J. U. Schlüter, X. Wu, S. Kim, S. Shankaran, J. J. Alonso, and H. Pitsch. (2005). A Framework for Coupling Reynolds-Averaged with Large Eddy Simulations for Gas Turbine Applications. Journal of Fluids Engineering, 127(4), 608-615.