大西研究室 / 高橋研究室 Ohnishi Laboratory / Takahashi Laboratory  東北大学 大学院工学研究科 航空宇宙工学専攻 宇宙システム講座 推進工学分野

Welcome to Propulsion Engineering Laboratory

 Radiative and hydrodynamic properties of high-temperature gases or plasmas are investigated for understanding physics and exploring novel applications using high-performance computing

Member

Professor:

Naofumi Ohnishi

Associate Professor:

Masayuki Takahashi

D3:

Shintaro Sato

M2:

Yuichiro Uda

Yudai Yamakawa

Kumar Harihara Sudhan

M1:

Hiroki Sakamoto

Akane Wada

Keiichi Sato

B4:

Ko Kobayashi

Soichiro Suzuki

Daichi Hayashi

Subjects

  • Experimental / Numerical Study of Induced Flow in DBD Plasma Actuator

  • Numerical Analysis of Discharge Characteristics in Microwave Rocket

  • Particle Simulation of Antimatter Thruster with Magnetic Nozzle

  • Numerical Analysis of Flow Field in Expansion Tube

  • Proposal of Multi Parabola Thruster in Launch System Using Repetitive Laser Pulses

  • Numerical Analysis of Unstable Mode Structures in Hypersonic Boundary Layer

  • Particle Simulation of Travelling Magnetic Field Plasma Accelerator

  • Development of Integrated Code for Fast Ignition

  • Aerodynamic Analysis of High-Enthalpy Flow around Reentry Vehicle

  • Study on Bow Shock Instabillity Using Numerical Simulation and Experimental Demonstration

  • Particle Simulation of Electrodeless Plasma Thruster with Rotating Electric Field

  • Radiative Transfer Analysis in Ultra-Relativistic Fluid Background Relevant to Gamma-Ray Burst Emission

  • Non-Thermal Spectrum of High-Energy Photons Generated by Interactions with High-Temperature Electrons

  • Hydrodynamic-Orbit Coupling Calculation for Flight Analysis of Actively Controlled Laser Vehicle

  • Optimization of Thermochemical Non-Equilibrium Model for Hypersonic Flow

  • Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Femtosecond Laser Ablation

  • Shock Instability in Supernova Core

  • Magnetic Field Amplification by RMI in Supernova Remnants

  • Wave Drag Reduction of Supersonic Object

  • Development of Transfer Equation Solver for Unsteadly Anisotropic Radiation

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