Researcher

Professor Con Doolan

My Expertise

Aeroacoustics, aircraft noise, transportation noise

Wind Turbine Noise, Noise from ships, submarines.

Acoustics and Noise Control

Fluid dynamics, turbulence

Aerospace Engineering, high-speed flight, high-speed jet engines

Wind tunnel testing, aerodynamics

Fields of Research (FoR)

Acoustics and noise control (excl. architectural acoustics), Turbulent flows, Hypersonic propulsion and hypersonic aerothermodynamics, Aerodynamics (excl. hypersonic aerodynamics), Ocean engineering, Mechanical engineering, Multiphysics flows (incl. multiphase and reacting flows), Computational methods in fluid flow, heat and mass transfer (incl. computational fluid dynamics)

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Biography

Professor Con Doolan is both Associate Dean (Academic Programs) for the Faculty of Engineering and leads the Flow Noise Group within the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.

He has research interests and expertise in the following areas:

  1. Aeroacoustics and flow induced noise: understanding and controlling noise generated by fluid flow (aircraft, wind turbines, submarines, fans, ventilation ducts, automobiles, trains, valves,...view more

Professor Con Doolan is both Associate Dean (Academic Programs) for the Faculty of Engineering and leads the Flow Noise Group within the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.

He has research interests and expertise in the following areas:

  1. Aeroacoustics and flow induced noise: understanding and controlling noise generated by fluid flow (aircraft, wind turbines, submarines, fans, ventilation ducts, automobiles, trains, valves, etc)
  2. Fluid mechanics: understanding the physics of fluid flow and applying this knowledge to practical problems in industry
  3. Acoustics and noise control: general acoustics, acoustic beamforming, time reversal
  4. Wind tunnel testing: aerodynamic measurement, flow measurements and visulalisation, anechoic/aeroacoustic testing
  5. Aerospace engineering
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Location

Level 4, Room 408, Ainsworth Building (J17), Kensington Campus

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Contact

+61 2 9385 5696
+61 2 9663 1222