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Student Poster Competition

The ASME IGTI Student Advisory Committee (SAC) is once again sponsoring a virtual student poster competition session at the Turbo Expo event. The Student posters will be available in the virtual event platform 24 hours per day/7 days per week from June 1, 2021 until December 2021. Support the students by visiting their posters to see the results of their work and encourage them to become active in the ASME IGTI community. Registered attendees will have the opportunity to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Best Student Poster. Register today and be a part of the virtual event!

Zihao Bao, Shenyang Aerospace University
GT2021-1317: Unsteady Film Cooling Performance on the High Pressure Turbine Shroud Under Rotor-Stator Interaction for an Aero-Engine

Marco Casoni, Universit√£ Di Padova
GT2021-1300: Transonic Cascade Optimization Under Variable Inlet Mach Number

Katerina Chagoya, University of Central Florida
GT2021-1268: Harvesting Heat From Safer, Energy-Dense Slow Pyrolant Mixtures for Future Space Missions

Hyung-Hee Cho, Yonsei Univ
GT2021-1309: Heat Transfer Enhancement by Additional Internal Structures at Impingement/Effusion Cooling
GT2021-1315: Effects of Extended Holes on Impingement / Effusion Cooling With a Hollow Cylinder Structure
GT2021-1320: Maximum Hot Gas Ingestion Through the Upstream Cavity of Axial Turbine With Double Rim Seal
GT2021-1321: Array Impingement/effusion Cooling With Additively Manufactured Lattice Structure
GT2021-1322: Effect of Rotational Reynolds Number on Upstream and Downstream Rim Seal Cavity in 1.5 Stage Turbine
GT2021-1324: Effect of Inner Entrance Hole Size on Heat Transfer in Ribbed Leading Edge Channel

Matthew DeMond, Georgia Southern University
GT2021-1313: An Innovative Elasto-Hydrodynamic Seal Concept for Supercritical Co2 Power Cycles

Jack Fergusson, University of Georgia
GT2021-1319: Auto-Ignition of High-Pressure Hydrogen on Jet Engines and Prevention Methods

Angelos Gaitanis, Université Catholique De Louvain-Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Eng
GT2021-1311: Towards Real Time Transient Mgt Performance Assessment: Effective Prediction Through Efficient Adaption of Component Maps

Tim Hertwig, TU Braunschweig - Institute of Jet Propulsion and Turbomachinery
GT2021-1310: Simulation of the Condensation Phenomena in the Turbine of a Fuel Cell Turbocharger

Md Abir Hossain, The University of Texas At El Paso
GT2021-1314: Modeling Spatial Uncertainty for Creep Resistant Alloy

Marina Kovaleva, Cardiff University, School Of Engineering
GT2021-1304: The Development and Testing of an Ammonia/hydrogen/methane Combustion System for a 50kw Micro Gas Turbine

Patrick Meyer, Technische Universität Braunschweig
GT2021-1305: Design of Propellers for Electric Propulsion Systems

Yuki Mizushima, Shizuoka University
GT2021-440: A Novel Thickness Measurement Method of Liquid Film in Air Flow via Optical-Fiber-Based Reflective Probe

Norzaima Nordin, UPNM
GT2021-1316: Experimental Investigation of Savonius Wind Turbine Blade for Low Wind Speed Region

Antonio Perejon, University of Seville
GT2021-1318: Micro-Gas Turbine as Chemical Energy Storage

Catherine Julia Sophie Rau, Institute of Jet Propulsion and Turbomachinery
GT2021-1302: Simulation of the Particle Transport in the Fan Stage of a Jet Engine

Alberto Terragno, University of Salento
GT2021-1307: Applying Fuzzy Logic to the Energy Management of a Hybrid Electric Rotorcraft for Uam

Antoine Verhaeghe, University of Mons
GT2021-1303: Towards a Carbon Clean Micro Gas Turbine : Carbone Capture Penalty Reduction Using Exhaust Gas Recirculation

Yaguang Wu, Beihang University
GT2021-1306: Should We Also Consider Blade-Disk Coupling and Parameter Correlation When Designing Underplatform Dampers?

Prizes for Poster Competition Winners

1st Place $500
2nd Place $250
People's Choice $100