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Jan Beuth


Jan Beuth studied transport engineering at the TU Berlin and wrote his diploma thesis at the Chair of Fluid Dynamics on acoustic excitation of a swirling jet. Alongside he worked as a student research assistant at the university. After graduating, Jan supported the reconditioning of the wave tank facility for hydrodynamic measurements at the Universidad Austral de Chile as a project engineer and worked at Prior Art Publishing as a developer and sales engineer.

Since the end of 2018, Jan is a researcher at the Laboratory of Flow Instabilities and Dynamics. Dedicating himself to experimental thermoacoustics, he works on the RoboFlex project. In his focus is the coupling of hydrodynamic and heat release fluctuations, which can lead to a further growth of the flame instabilities. For the understanding of these complex relations, experimental research yields significant insights, allowing for the modeling and validation of combustion instability predictions. These predictions are a major difficulty for turbomachinery, restricting operation flexibility, which is indispensable for a harmonic operation with volatile renewable energy sources.

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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