Kewei Xu

Postdoc at Marine Technology

Kewei is a postdoc researcher at the department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences. He is working on a project that aims to reduce the aerodynamic drag of ships using machine-learning-driven active flow control. Computational fluid mechanics, active flow control, wind turbine aerodynamics and small turbomachinery are his major fields of research.

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2024

Distortion elimination for serpentine duct at various Mach numbers using co-flow jet active flow control

Kewei Xu, Gecheng Zha
Aerospace Science and Technology. Vol. 144
Journal article
2023

Active flow control of the airflow of a ship at yaw

Kewei Xu, Xinchao Su, Yutao Xia et al
Ocean Engineering. Vol. 273
Journal article
2023

Comparison of flow characteristics behind squareback bluff-bodies with and without wheels

Xinchao Su, Kan He, Kewei Xu et al
Physics of Fluids. Vol. 35 (3)
Journal article
2023

Large eddy simulation of ship airflow control with steady Coanda effect

Kewei Xu, Xinchao Su, Rickard Bensow et al
Physics of Fluids. Vol. 35 (1)
Journal article
2023

Enhancing aircraft control surface effectiveness by co-flow jet flap at low energy expenditure

Kewei Xu, Gecheng Zha
Aerospace Science and Technology. Vol. 133
Journal article
2022

Drag reduction of ship airflow using steady Coanda effect

Kewei Xu, Xinchao Su, Rickard Bensow et al
Ocean Engineering. Vol. 266
Journal article

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