Computation of Unsteady Turbulent Flows with Application to Acoustics

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  • Date: 06 Feb 2021
  • Time: 01:00 PM to 02:15 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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Topic: IEEE - AES/CS  Zoom Meeting

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  • Starts 22 January 2021 01:00 PM
  • Ends 06 February 2021 01:00 PM
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Dr. Kader Frendi

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Computation of Unsteady Turbulent Flows with Application to Acoustics

Dr. Kader Frendi obtained his PhD from Brown University in 1989. After his graduation, he spent one year at Northeastern University in Boston as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department. In September 1990, Dr. Frendi joined the Structural Acoustics Branch of NASA Langley Research Center as a research contractor. During his nine years at NASA Langley, Dr. Frendi contributed to several NASA programs including the High Speed Civil Transport (HSCT) and the X-43 (also known as Hyper-X). His contributions are documented in peer reviewed journal publications and in NASA-TMs and NASA-CRs. Dr. Frendi joined the University of Alabama in Huntsville in the fall semester of 1999. At UAH, Dr. Frendi built a dynamic research group composed of mostly graduate students (at times as many as 10 or more). Since 1999, Dr. Frendi generated research funding in excess of $4,000,000. Between December 2007 and December 2010, Dr. Frendi served as the Chairman of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at UAH. His major accomplishments as Chair is the establishment of the Aerospace Consortium of Alabama (ACA), which brings together three aerospace programs in the state (Auburn, Alabama and UAH) to collaborate on research and teaching. 

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Agenda

1:00 pm  --  Opening of the online meeting

1:10 pm  --  Introduction of Speaker and Start of Talk

2:00  pm  --  Questions from the audience