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Rogier Giepman
Rogier Giepman
Deputy Research Manager
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Flow control of an oblique shock wave reflection with micro-ramp vortex generators: Effects of location and size
R Giepman, F Schrijer, B Van Oudheusden
Physics of Fluids 26 (6), 1-16, 2014
922014
High‑resolution PIV measurements of a transitional shock wave–boundary layer interaction
R Giepman, F Schrijer, B Van Oudheusden
Experiments in Fluids 56 (6), 2015
722015
Numerical study of the control of Tollmien–Schlichting waves using plasma actuators
M Kotsonis, R Giepman, S Hulshoff, L Veldhuis
AIAA journal 51 (10), 2353-2364, 2013
512013
On the mechanical efficiency of dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators
R Giepman, M Kotsonis
Applied Physics Letters 98, 2011
312011
A parametric study of laminar and transitional oblique shock wave reflections
R Giepman, F Schrijer, B Van Oudheusden
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 844, 187-215, 2018
192018
Mach and Reynolds number effects on the wake properties of microramps
RHM Giepman, A Srivastava, FFJ Schrijer, BW van Oudheusden
AIAA Journal 54 (11), 3481-3494, 2016
122016
Experimental study into the effects of forced transition on a shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction
RHM Giepman, R Louman, FFJ Schrijer, BW van Oudheusden
AIAA Journal 54 (4), 1313-1325, 2016
102016
Infrared Thermography Measurements on a Moving Boundary-Layer Transition Front in Supersonic Flow
RHM Giepman, FFJ Schrijer, BW van Oudheusden
AIAA Journal 53 (7), 2056-2061, 2015
102015
Flow control for oblique shock wave reflections
RHM Giepman
Delft University of Technology, 2016
92016
Experimental study on the body force field of dielectric barrier discharge actuators
M Kotsonis, L Veldhuis, S Ghaemi, R Giepman
41st Plasmadynamics and Lasers Conference, 4630, 2010
92010
The effects of Mach and Reynolds number on the flow mixing properties of micro-ramp vortex generators in a supersonic boundary layer
R Giepman, A Srivastava, F Schrijer, B van Oudheusden
45th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference, 2779, 2015
82015
Development of a new low-cost tandem variable geometry turbocharging concept for turbocharger applications
RR Erdmenger, K Menter, R Giepman, C Clancy, A Vadvadgi, T Lavertu, ...
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 141 (3), 031006, 2019
72019
Design of a static test rig for advanced seals and air bearing testing
AL Zimmermann, RHM Giepman, QT Nguyen Tran, C Aalburg, V Gümmer
International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating …, 2017
72017
Experimental Investigation and Numerical Validation of the Bearing Face Flow of an Adaptive Seal
AL Zimmermann, V Guemmer, T Nguyen, RHM Giepman
Turbo Expo: Power for Land, Sea, and Air 51142, V07BT34A015, 2018
62018
Investigation of a transitional oblique shock wave reflection using PIV
R Giepman, F Schrijer, B van Oudheusden
17th International Symposium on Application of Laser Techniques to Fluid …, 2014
32014
Wp-1 reference cases of laminar and turbulent interactions
JP Dussauge, R Bur, T Davidson, H Babinsky, M Bernardini, S Pirozzoli, ...
Transition Location Effect on Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interaction …, 2021
22021
Wp-2 basic investigation of transition effect
H Babinsky, P Dupont, P Polivanov, A Sidorenko, R Bur, R Giepman, ...
Transition Location Effect on Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interaction …, 2021
22021
Physics and modelling of the transonic and supersonic shock wave boundary layer interaction of oblique and normal shock at high Reynolds number
D Szubert, W Van Veen, F Grossi, Y Hoarau, M Braza, R Giepman, ...
10th International ERCOFTAC Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modelling …, 2014
22014
Tomographic-PIV investigation of the 3D Separation behaviour of a micro-ramp controlled SWBLI
K Nayak, RHM Giepman, FFJ Schrijer, BW van Oudheusden
52nd 3AF International Conference on Applied Aerodynamics, 2017
12017
RANS modeling of shock wave-boundary layer interactions.
WG van Veen, RHM Giepman, FFJ Schrijer, BW van Oudheusden
3rd ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference, 2015
12015
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