(ISTFD 2024)

27-29 July 2024, Xi'an, China


Prof. Yun Wu

National Key Lab of Aerospace Power System and Plasma Technology,

Xi'an, China


Prof. Yun Wu, born in February 1983, is the Executive Deputy Director of the National Key Laboratory of Aerospace Power System and Plasma Technology at Xi'an Jiaotong University. He is engaged in research on aerodynamic s and combustion of aero-engines and has received the National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation, the China Youth Science and Technology Award, the "Qiushu" Outstanding Youth Award from the China Association for Science and Technology. He has been appointed as a director of the Chinese Society of Aerodynamics, Deputy Director of the Low and Transonic Aerodynamics Committee, the member and General Secretary of the Thermal Machinery Aerodynamics and Thermodynamics Branch of the Chinese Society of Engineering Thermophysics, the member of the Combustion Committee, He is also the deputy Director of the Youth Working Committee of the Chinese Society of Aeronautics, the member of the Turbine Machinery Committee of the International Gas Turbine Institute, and an international member of the Plasma Dynamics and Laser Committee of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.


Plasma actuated combustion control in aero engines


Traditional ignition technology has limitations under extreme conditions such as high altitude, low pressure, and low temperature, making the development of new non-equilibrium plasma assisted ignition and combustion technologies of great significance. This talk explores the current status and future trends of plasma actuated combustion control technology, introducing the research progress of plasma assisted ignition and combustion in domestic and international aeroengine combustor and supersonic combustor. The concept of plasma actuated combustion science is proposed, highlighting the importance of elementary research based on precise testing and coupled simulation for the development of new ignition and combustion conteol technologies. Finally, the future development direction of plasma actuated combustion control technology is proposed, including independent innovation oriented towards significant demands, the integration of industry, academia, and research, and intelligently empowered multidisciplinary integration, to achieve an organic combination of mechanism research and targeted regulation.