Rolls Royce UTCin Combustion System Aerothermal Processes

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Dr Graham Peacock MEng, PhD

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Research Associate

Research Group: 
Applied Aerodynamics

 

Research Interests:
Unsteady heat transfer and aerodynamics, cooling strategies in gas-turbine combustors, experimental fluid dynamics, gas-turbine internal flows, optical measurement techniques.

Background

  • PhD in ‘Enhanced Cold-Side Cooling Techniques for Lean Burn Combustor Liners’ from Loughborough University, 2013.
  • Joined the Rolls Royce UTC in Combustion System Aerothermal Processes as a Research Associate in 2011.

Research

  • Heat transfer measurement of components within gas turbine combustors, principally using IR and liquid crystal thermography; including design and commissioning of experimental facilities.
  • Experimental studies of combustion system internal flows. Measurement techniques include miniature five-hole pressure probes, CO2 gas tracing, PIV, hot wire anemometry and Kulite fast response pressure transducers.

External Activities

  • Member of the Rolls-Royce UTC in Combustion System Aerothermal Processes
  • Collaborative research under the EU Framework Programmes: LEMCOTEC and KIAI

Publications and Awards

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