AEROSPACE SIMULATIONS LABORATORY

258A Toomey Hall

Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Missouri University of Science &Technology

Rolla, Missouri, 65409, USA


The research activities in the Aerospace Simulations Laboratory (ASL) focus on the fields of uncertainty quantification, aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), hypersonic flows, multidisciplinary analysis (MDA) and optimization (MDO) of aerospace systems and vehicles, and flow control. In general, our research includes theoretical (computational and analytical) studies for the development of methods and concepts under each or the combination of the aforementioned areas and the application of these methods to the solution of various aerospace and mechanical engineering problems. Our research has been funded/supported by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), M4 Engineering, Inc., NASA Aeronautics graduate fellowship program, University of Missouri Research Board (UMRB), and NASA Missouri Space Grant Consortium (MSGC). In the links below, you can find more information about ASL.


People

Prof. Serhat Hosder (Director)

Graduate Student Researchers

Alumni


Research Topics










Uncertainty Quantification in Hypersonic Flow Simulations and Aerospace Systems


Robust Aerospace Design


Numerical Modeling and Investigation of Different Aerodynamic Flow Control Concepts


Numerical Modeling and Investigation of Active Cooling Concepts for Hypersonic Vehicles


Computational Resources

Software and Hardware Capabilities of the Aerospace Simulations Lab


Research Sponsors


NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory




M4 Engineering, Inc.




NASA Missouri Space Grant Consortium



University of Missouri Research Board


Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, Missouri S&T