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Mark Miller

Assistant Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Aerospace Engineering

Research Areas:

Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics; Wind Energy

Interest Areas:

Unsteady fluid dynamics, wind turbine aerodynamics, separation and stall in rotating systems, and sensor development.

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Kentucky, 2011
  • MS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Kentucky, 2013
  • Ph D, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, 2018

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Anis A Ayati, Konstantinos Steiros, Mark Miller, Subrahmanyam Duvvuri and Marcus Hultmark, 2019, "A double-multiple streamtube model for vertical axis wind turbines of arbitrary rotor loading", Wind Energy Science, 4, (4), pp. 653--662
  • Mark Miller, Janik Kiefer, Carsten Westergaard, Martin O. L. Hansen and Marcus Hultmark, 2019, "Horizontal axis wind turbine testing at high Reynolds numbers", Physical Review Fluids, 4, (110504), pp. 22
  • Mark Miller, S. Duvvuri, W. D. Kelly and M. Hultmark, 2018, "Rotor solidity effects on the performance of vertical-axis wind turbines at high Reynolds numbers", IOP Conference Series: Journal of Physics Conference Series, 1037, (5), pp. 7
  • Mark Miller, Subrahmanyam Duvvuri, Ian Brownstein, Marcus Lee, John O. Dabiri and Marcus Hultmark, 2018, "Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Experiments at Full Dynamic Similarity", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 844, pp. 707--720
  • Janik Kiefer, Mark Miller, Marcus Hultmark and Martin O.L. Hansen, 2016, "Effects of finite aspect ratio on wind turbine airfoil measurements", Journal of Physics Conference Series, 753, (022040), pp. 6
  • Mark Miller, Janik Kiefer, Carsten Westergaard and Marcus Hultmark, 2016, "Model Wind Turbines Tested at Full-Scale Similarity", Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 753, (032018), pp. 10
  • Mark Miller, Baraheh Estejab and Sean C. C. Bailey, 2014, "Evaluation of hot-wire spatial filtering corrections for wall turbulence and correction for end-conduction effects", Experiments in Fluids, 55, (1735), pp. 13
  • Mark Miller, Alexandre Martin and Sean C. C. Bailey, 2014, "Investigation of the scaling of roughness and blowing effects on turbulent channel flow", Experiments in Fluids, 55, (1675), pp. 11

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

Service

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About

The Penn State Department of Aerospace Engineering, established in 1961 and the only aerospace engineering department in Pennsylvania, is consistently recognized as one of the top aerospace engineering departments in the nation, and is also an international leader in aerospace education, research, and engagement. Our undergraduate program is ranked 15th and our graduate programs are ranked 15th nationally by U.S. News & World Report, while one in 25 holders of a B.S. degree in aerospace engineering in the U.S. earned it from Penn State. Our students are consistently among the most highly recruited by industry, government, and graduate schools nationwide.

The department is built upon the fundamentals of academic integrity, innovation in research, and commitment to the advancement of industry. Through an innovative curriculum and world-class instruction that reflects current industry practice and embraces future trends, Penn State Aerospace Engineering graduates emerge as broadly educated, technically sound aerospace engineers who will become future leaders in a critical industry

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