Jordan Kildare

Jordan Kildare

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

My research will aim to focus on improving the understanding of the operating mechanisms of a rotating detonation engine. In particular, through computational fluid dynamics analysis, as well as alternative numerical modelling, I am aiming to understand the influence of turbulence across the detonation front to help understand the stabilising mechanisms behind propagation. As a result of this, this type of advanced aerospace engine will become a more viable option for low pollutant propulsion and power generation. 

  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2019 Shaw, I. J., Kildare, J. A. C., Evans, M. J., Chinnici, A., Sparks, C. A. M., Rubaiyat, S. N. H., . . . Medwell, P. R. (2019). A Theoretical Review of Rotating Detonation Engines. In S. P. Rao (Ed.), Direct Numerical Simulations - An Introduction and Applications [Working Title] (pp. 32 pages). London, UK: IntechOpen.

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