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Finn Lückoff

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Experimental investigation of coherent structures in turbulent reacting and non-reacting swirling flows in model gas turbine combustors and hydro turbines is the major objective of Finn Lückoff within the laboratory. During his work, modern optical measurement technique and innovative flow control concepts are applied.

 

Fields of interest:

  • Turbulent flows and coherent structures
  • Optical measurement techniques (PIV, OH*-chemiluminescence, PLIF, QLS)
  • Flow control
  • Combustion and aero-/hydrodynamics

 

Qualifications

2015: M.Sc. Engineering science (focus: fluid dynamics and thermodynamics)

2013: B.Sc. Engineering science (focus: fluid dynamics)

 

Professional Experience

Since 2016: Research associate, HFI/Laboratory for Flow Instabilities and Dynamics

2013: Internship Volkswagen AG department of optical combustion chamber measurement technique

2012-2015: Student assistant Herman-Föttinger-Institut (HFI) TU Berlin experimental fluid dynamics /combustion

Publications

Lückoff, Finn and Sieber, Moritz and Paschereit, Christian Oliver and Oberleithner, Kilian (2019). Phase-Opposition Control of the Precessing Vortex Core in Turbulent Swirl Flames for Investigation of Mixing and Flame Stability. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power


Müller, Jens S and Lückoff, Finn and Oberleithner, Kilian (2019). Guiding Actuator Designs for Active Flow Control of the Precessing Vortex Core by Adjoint Linear Stability Analysis. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 41028.


Lückoff, Finn and Oberleithner, Kilian (2019). Excitation of the precessing vortex core by active flow control to suppress thermoacoustic instabilities in swirl flames. International Journal of Spray and Combustion Dynamics, 1756827719856237.


Lückoff, Finn and Sieber, Moritz and Paschereit, Christian Oliver and Oberleithner, Kilian (2018). Characterization of Different Actuator Designs for the Control of the Precessing Vortex Core in a Swirl-Stabilized Combustor. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power. ASME, 041503.


Müller, Jens S and Lückoff, Finn and Oberleithner, Kilian (2018). Guiding Actuator Designs for Active Flow Control of the Precessing Vortex Core by Adjoint Linear Stability Analysis. Volume 4A: Combustion, Fuels, and Emissions. American Society of Mechanical Engineers.


Lückoff, Finn and Sieber, Moritz and Paschereit, C. O. and Oberleithner, Kilian (2018). Open- and closed-loop control of the precessing vortex core in a swirl-stabilized combustor. Presentation at 4th International Retreat in Vortical Flow and Aerodynamics (IRVA4), October 01-03, 2018


Oberleithner, Kilian and Lückoff, Finn and Müller, Jens S and Litvinov, Ivan and Shtork, Sergey and Alekseenko, Sergey (2018). Prediction of the precessing vortex core in the draft tube of a model hydro turbine based on linear stability theory. 5th IAHR Europe Congress


Müller, Jens S and Lückoff, Finn and Oberleithner, Kilian (2018). Receptivity analysis of the precessing vortex core in a turbulent swirling jet by open-loop control and adjoint linear stability theory. 12th European Fluid Mechanics Conference


Lhuillier, Charles and Oddos, Romain and Zander, Lisa and Lückoff, Finn and Göckeler, Katharina and Paschereit, Christian Oliver and Djordjevic, Neda (2017). Hydrogen-Enriched Methane Combustion Diluted With Exhaust Gas and Steam: Fundamental Investigation on Laminar Flames and NO x Emissions. Volume 4B: Combustion, Fuels and Emissions. ASME, V04BT04A054.


Lückoff, Finn and Sieber, Moritz and Paschereit, Christian Oliver and Oberleithner, Kilian (2017). Characterization of Different Actuator Designs for the Control of the Precessing Vortex Core in a Swirl-Stabilized Combustor. Volume 4A: Combustion, Fuels and Emissions. ASME, V04AT04A040.


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Laboratory for Flow Instabilities and Dynamics
Technische Universität Berlin
Sekretariat HF-1
Müller-Breslau-Straße 8
D-10623 Berlin
+49 30 314 23359