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Daning Huang

Assistant Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Aerospace Engineering

235A Hammond Building

daning@psu.edu

814-863-9714

Research Website

Google Scholar Profile

Research Areas:

Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics; Structural Dynamics and Adaptive Structures; Vehicle Systems Engineering

Interest Areas:

Aeroelasticity and aerothermoelasticity, multidisciplinary design and optimization, reduced-order modeling, uncertainty quantification

 
 

 

Education

  • BE, Aircraft Design and Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2013
  • ME, Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 2014
  • Ph D, Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 2019

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Daning Huang and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2020, "An aerothermoelastic analysis framework with reduced-order modeling applied to composite panels in hypersonic flows", Journal of Fluids and Structures, 94, pp. 102927
  • Daning Huang, Peretz P. Friedmann and Tomer Rokita, 2019, "Aerothermoelastic Scaling Laws for Hypersonic Skin Panel Configurations with Arbitrary Flow Orientation", AIAA Journal, 57, (10), pp. 4377-4392
  • Daning Huang, Tomer Rokita and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2018, "Integrated aerothermoelastic analysis framework with application to skin panels", AIAA Journal, 56, (11), pp. 4562-4581

Conference Proceedings

  • Aravinth Sadagopan, Daning Huang and Kyle M. Hanquist, 2020, "Impact of High-Temperature Effects on the Aerothermoelastic Behavior of Composite Skin Panels in Hypersonic Flow"
  • Daning Huang and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2019, "A multi-objective optimization framework for hypersonic aerothermoelastic scaling laws and its application to skin panels"
  • Daning Huang and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2019, "A surrogate-based optimization framework for hypersonic aerothermoelastic scaling laws with application to skin panels"
  • Daning Huang, Tomer Rokita and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2018, "Aerothermoelastic scaling laws for hypersonic skin panel configurations with arbitrary flow orientation", (210049)
  • Tomer Rokita, Daning Huang and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2018, "Efficient modeling of fluid-structure-thermal interaction in hypersonic flow", 2018-March, pp. 1492-1520
  • Daning Huang, Tomer Rokita and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2017, "An aerothermoelastic analysis framework enhanced by model order reduction with applications"
  • Daning Huang, Tomer Rokita and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2017, "Efficient reduced-order modeling for skin panels in hypersonic flow and its application to generating aerothermoelastic scaling laws", 2017-June
  • Daning Huang and Peretz P. Friedmann, 2016, "An integrated aerothermoelastic analysis framework for predicting the response of composite panels"

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

  • Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan, 2019

Service

Service to Penn State:

  • Committee Work, Committee Member, Research Computing Committee, September 2019

Service to External Organizations:

 


 

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