Research Assistant Professor Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering

Yannian Yang received his bachelor and master degrees in the Department of Aircraft design from Northwestern Polytecnical University, and got his PhD degree from Delft University of Technology at 2017. He worked as a researcher in TU Delft and an aerodynamic engineer in eHANG Urban Air Mobility Company. He is now a Research Assistant Professor at SUSTech.

He is in charge of four projects from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Natural Science Foundation of Guangdong Province, COMAC Beijing Aeronautical Science & Technology Research Institute, and China Aerodynamics Research and Development Center. His team won the champion in the China aero-model competition of airdrop in 2008.

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Research

Aerodynamics and aeroacoustics of rotors and propellers, aeroacoustics of cooling fans, Noise reduction design, gound vortices of aricraft propulsors, Blade vortex interaction


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Journal articles

1. Yang Y, Liu Y, Li Y, Arcondoulis EJG, Wang Y. (2019) Aerodynamic and aeroacoustic performance of an isolated multi-copter rotor during forward flight. AIAA Journal, Vol. 58 No. 3, 2020, pp. 1171-1181.

2. Yannian Yang, Yu Liu, Haitao Hu, Xiaomin Liu, Yong Wang, Elias J.G. Arcondoulis, Zhiyong Li, Experimental study on noise reduction of a wavy multi-copter rotor, Appllied Acoustics, Vol. 165, 2020, 107311

3. Yang, Y., Sciacchitano, A., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Spatial-temporal and modal analysis of propeller induced ground vortices by particle image velocimetry,” Physics of Fluids, Vol. 28, 2016.

4. Yang, Y., Zhou, T., Sciacchitano, A., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Experimental investigation of the impact of a propeller on a streamwise impinging vortex,” Aerospace Science and Technology, Vol. 69, pp. 582-594, 2017.

5. Yang, Y., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Aerodynamic impact of a streamwise vortex on a propeller,” Aerospace Science and Technology, Vol. 70, pp. 108-120, 2017.

6. Yang, Y., Zhou, T., Sciacchitano, A., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Propeller and inflow vortex interaction: vortex response and impact on the propeller performance,” CEAS Aeronautical Journal, Vol. 7, No. 3, 2016.

7. Yang, Y., Sciacchitano, A., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Investigation of the interaction between propeller and ground vortices by particle image velocimetry,” Journal of Visualization, Vol. 21, pp. 39-55, 2017.

8. Yang, Y., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Numerical analysis of propeller induced ground vortices by actuator disk model,” Journal of Visualization,Vol. 21, pp. 117-132, 2017.

9. Arcondoulis EJG, Liu Y, Li Z, Yang Y, Wang Y. (2019) Structured porous material design for passive flow and noise control of cylinders in uniform flow. Materials, 12 (18): 2905

10. Li Z, Tang T., Liu Y., Arcondoulis, E., Yang Y., (2020) Implementation of compressible porous-fluid coupling method in an aerodynamics and aeroacoustics code - Part II: Turbulent flow, Applied Mathematics and Computation 373:124988

Conference Proceedings

1. Yang Y, Li Y, Liu Y, Arcondoulis EJG, Wang Y, Huang B, Li W. (2019) Aeroacoustic and aerodynamic investigation of multicopter rotors with serrated trailing edges. Proceedings of the 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, AIAA Paper 2019-2523, Delft, The Netherlands, 20–24 May, 2019.

2. Yang Y., Liu Y., Li Y., Arcondoulis E., Wang Y., Huang B. and Li W., “Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic characteristics of a multicopter propeller during forward flight,” AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum, Cincinnati,2018.

3. Li Y., Yang Y., Liu Y., Wang Y., Huang B., Li W., (2018) Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Analyses of a UAV Propeller with Trailing Edge Serrations. Proceedings of Acoustics 2018, AAS2018-6623, Adelaide, Australia, 6–9 November, 2018.

4. Arcondoulis EJG, Ragni D, Rubio Carpio A, Avallone F, Liu Y*, Yang Y, Li Z. (2019) The internal and external flow fields of a structured porous coated cylinder and implications on flow-induced noise. Proceedings of the 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, AIAA Paper 2019-2648, Delft, The Netherlands, 20–24 May, 2019.

5. Li Z, Tang T, Liu Y*, Arcondoulis EJG, Yang Y. (2019) Compressible turbulence porous-fluid coupling solver for noise reduction study of porous material coating. Proceedings of the 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, AIAA Paper 2019-2480, Delft, The Netherlands, 20–24 May, 2019.

6. Arcondoulis E.J., Liu Y., Li Z., Yang Y, Wang Y., Li W., (2018) The design and noise characteristics of a novel 3-D printed porous coated cylinder in uniform flow. Proceedings of the 24th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, AIAA Paper 2018-2963, Atlanta, USA, 25–29 June, 2018.

7. Yang, Y., Ragni, D., Veldhuis L., and Eitelberg, G., "Propeller induced ground vortex," 28th International congress of the aeronautical sciences, Brisbane, Sep. 2012.

8. Yang, Y., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Propeller induced ground vortex”, AIAA and DNW Ground Simulation Symposium, Zwolle, April, 2013

Yang, Y., Sciacchitano, A., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., "Experimental investigation of propeller induced ground vortex under headwind condition," AIAA Aviation, Atlanta, June, 2014, AIAA 2014-2308.

9. Yang, Y., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G., “Propeller induced ground vortex investigation by numerical and experimental methods,’’ AIAA Aviation, Dallas, June, 2015.

10. Yang, Y., Zhou, T., Sciacchitano, A., Veldhuis, L., and Eitelberg, G. “Propeller and inflow vortex interaction: vortex response and impact on the propeller performance”, 5th CEAS Air & Space Conference, Delft, Sep., 2015.

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Founded in December 2015, the Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) is one of departments in the College of Engineering. It aims to establish a world-leading department in mechanics and aerospace engineering, covering various research areas such as fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, aeroacoustics, mechanics, combustion, material, and system control. The Department will learn from the best practice of peer departments over the world in order to develop into an international research institution that attends to the national strategic needs in mechanics and aerospace, cultivates outstanding innovative talents, and conducts frontier fundamental research and applied research with social impact. 
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