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Benshuai Lyu
Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Peking University
  • Office Add: West Resource Building
  • Email: b.lyu@pku.edu.cn

Professional Experience

  • 2020.05 – Present: Assistant Professor, College of Engineering, Peking University
  • 2017.12 - 2020.03: Research Associate, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge
  • 2017.08 - 2017.12: Visiting PhD Researcher, Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (Supervisor: Professor Tim Colonius)

Education

  • 2014.10 - 2018.03: Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge (Supervisor: Professor Dame Ann Dowling)
  • 2013.09 - 2014.09: Master of Philosophy, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
  • 2008.09 - 2012.07: Bachelor of Science, Department of Acoustics, Nanjing University

Research Areas

Our group(Wave Physics Group)is interested in the analytical study of a series of physical problems involving waves. Our present research includes problems in classical acoustics, e.g. acoustic metamaterials, and problems in aeroacoustics in the aviation and energy sectors, e.g. jet noise and trailing-edge noise.


Join us

Candidates with a strong analytical background in physics, acoustics, fluid mechanics and applied mathematics are most welcome to join our group.


Honors and Awards

  • AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Best Student Paper (and Best Oral Presentation), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and The Council of European Aerospace Societies, 2017
  • Cambridge Philosophical Society Travel Award, Cambridge Philosophical Society, 2017 and 2020
  • Agricultural Bank of China Cambridge Scholarship, Cambridge Trust, 2013
  • First Prize in Mathematical Modelling, Chinese Industrial and Applied Mathematics Society, 2010
  • Chinese Academy of Science Scholarship and Excellent Student, Nanjing University, 2010
  • National Scholarship, Ministry of Education, 2008

Professional Activities

Peer Review: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Physics of Fluids, AIAA Journal, Journal of Sound and Vibration, CEAS Aeronautical Journal, Philosophical Transactions A

Academic affiliation: American Physical Society (APS), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Cambridge Philosophical Society


Languages

English: Full professional proficiency

Chinese (Mandarin): Native proficiency

French: limited proficiency (CEFR A2 Certificate)


Publications

Patents

B. Lyu. Foils with serrations, 2018. Application No. 1818839.1 (UK), PCT No. PCT/GB2019/053266.

Journal Articles

B. Lyu and L. J. Ayon. Rapid noise prediction models for serrated leading and trailing edges. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.jsv.2019.115136.

B. Lyu and A. Dowling. Modelling installed jet noise due to the scattering of jet instability waves by swept wings. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 870:760–783, 2019.

B. Lyu and Ann P. Dowling. An experimental study of the effects of lobed nozzles on installed jet noise. Experiments in Fluids, 60(176), 2019.

B. Lyu, L. J. Ayton, and P. Chaitanyan. On the acoustic optimality of leading-edge serration profiles. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 462(114923), 2019.

B. Lyu and A. Dowling. Temporal stability analysis of jets of lobed geometry. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 860:5–39, 2018.

B. Lyu and A. Dowling. (Featured article) Experimental validation of the hybrid scattering model for installed jet noise. Physics of Fluids, 30(085102), 2018.

B. Lyu and M. Azarpeyvand. On the noise prediction for serrated leading edges. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 826:205–234, 2017.

B. Lyu, A. Dowling, and I. Naqavi. Prediction of installed jet noise. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 811:234–268, 2017.

B. Lyu, M. Azarpeyvand, and S. Sinayoko. Noise prediction for serrated trailing edges. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 793:556–588, 2016.

Y. D. Mayer, B. Lyu, H. K. Jawahar, and M. Azarpeyvand. A semi-analytical model for noise prediction for airfoils with serrated trailing edges. Renewable Energy, 143:679–691, 2019.