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Philip Morris

Boeing/A. D. Welliver Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Aerospace Engineering

233C Hammond Building

pjm@psu.edu

814-863-0157

Personal or Departmental Website

Research Areas:

Aeroacoustics, Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics

Interest Areas:

Aeroacoustics, numerical simulation, hydrodynamic stability, turbulence modeling.

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Aeronautics, University of Southampton, 1967
  • MS, Acoustics, University of Southampton, 1968
  • Ph D, Aeronautics, University of Southampton, 1971

Publications

Books

  • Philip J Morris, 2010, Advances in Aeroacoustics: In Honour of Geoffrey Lilley, Multi-Science Publishing Co. Ltd., Essex, UK

Book Reviews

  • Philip J Morris, 2004, Formulas of Acoustics. F. P. Mechel (Editor), pp. 941-942

Book, Chapters

  • Philip J Morris and G. M. Lilley, 2007, Aerodynamic Noise: Theory and Applications, John Wiley & Sons

Parts of Book

  • Philip J Morris, 2015, The Instability of High Speed Jets, Multi-Science Publishing Company, Essex, UK
  • Philip J Morris and K. Viswanathan, 2013, Jet Noise, Springer
  • Philip J Morris, 2010, Aerodynamic Noise, John Wiley & Sons

Journal Articles

  • Anthony R Pilon, Russell Powers, Dennis K McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Design and analysis of a supersonic jet noise reduction concept", Journal of Aircraft
  • Seongkyu Lee, Kenneth S Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Long-Range and Nonlinear Propagation of Helicopter High-Speed Impulsive Noise", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 62
  • Y Du and Philip J Morris, 2016, "Compact Disturbance Equations for Aeroacoustic Simulations", AIAA Journal, 54, (1)
  • M K Isman, Philip J Morris and M Can, 2015, "Investigation of Laminar to Turbulent Transition Phenomena Effects on Impingement Heat Transfer", Heat and Mass Transfer
  • N Sikarwar and Philip J Morris, 2015, "The Use of an Adjoint Method for Optimization of Blowing in a Convergent-Divergent Nozzle", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 14, (1&2)
  • Y Du and Philip J Morris, 2015, "A New Block Interface Condition for Aeroacoustic Applications", AIAA Journal, 53, (6)
  • C-W Kuo, D K McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and K Viswanathan, 2015, "Effects of Jet Temperature on Broadband Shock-Associated Noise", AIAA Journal, 53, (6)
  • G Chen, C Gu, Philip J Morris, E G Paterson, A Sergeev, Y-C Wang and T Wierzbicki, 2015, "Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Water Entry of an Airliner", Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 62, (4)
  • Y Du and Philip J Morris, 2015, "The Separation of Radiating and Non-Radiating Near-Field Pressure Fluctuations in Supersonic Jets", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 355
  • G Chen, Q Xiong, Philip J Morris, E G Paterson, A Sergeev and Y-C Wang, 2014, "OpenFOAM for Computational Fluid Dynamics", Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 61, (4), pp. 354-363
  • L Lopes, Philip J Morris and K S Brentner, 2014, "A Method for Predicting the Noise of a Tip-Jet Driven Rotor", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 59, pp. 032004-1-10
  • Philip J Morris, D. K. McLaughlin and C.-W. Kuo, 2013, "Noise Reduction in Supersonic Jets by Nozzle Fluidic Inserts", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 332, pp. 3992-4003
  • S. Lee, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2012, "Time-domain approach for acoustic scattering of rotorcraft noise", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 57, pp. pp. 042001-1-12
  • S. A. E. Miller and Philip J Morris, 2012, "The prediction of broadband shock-associated noise including propagation effects", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 11, (7&8), pp. 755-781
  • M. J. Hill, R. F. Kunz, R. B. Medvitz, R. F. Handschuh, L. N. Long, R. W. Noack and Philip J Morris, 2011, "CFD Analysis of Gear Windage Losses: Validation and Parametric Aerodynamic Studies", Journal of Fluids Engineering, 133, pp. 031103-1-031103-10
  • S. Lee, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2011, "Assessment of Time-Domain Equivalent Source Method for Acoustic Scattering", AIAA Journal, 49, (9), pp. 1897-1906
  • S. K. Lee, Philip J Morris and K. S. Brentner, 2010, "Improved Algorithm for Nonlinear Sound Propagation with Aircraft and Helicopter Noise Applications", AIAA Journal, 48, (11), pp. 2586-2595
  • L. V. Lopes, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2010, "A Framework for a Landing Gear Model and Acoustic Prediction", J. Aircraft, 47, (3), pp. 763-774
  • Philip J Morris, 2010, "The Instability of High Speed Jets", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 9, (1&2), pp. 1-50
  • Philip J Morris and K. B. M. Q. Zaman, 2010, "Velocity measurements in jets with application to noise source modeling", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 329, (4), pp. 394-414
  • D. Papamoschou, Philip J Morris and D. K. McLaughlin, 2010, "Beamformed flow-acoustic correlations in a supersonic jet", AIAA Journal, 48, (10), pp. 2445-2453
  • S. K. Lee, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2010, "Acoustic Scattering in the Time Domain Using an Equivalent Source Method", AIAA Journal, 48, (12), pp. 2772-2780
  • Philip J Morris and S. A. E. Miller, 2010, "Prediction of Broadband Shock-Associated Noise Using Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Computational Fluid Dynamics", AIAA Journal, 48, (12), pp. 2931-2961
  • Philip J Morris, 2010, "Geoffrey Lilley: A Very Brief Biography", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 9, (4&5), pp. 373-385
  • Philip J Morris, 2009, "A Note on the Noise Radiated by Large Scale Turbulent Structures in Subsonic and Supersonic Jets", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 8, (4), pp. 301-316
  • S. A. E. Miller, J. Veltin, Philip J Morris and D. K. McLaughlin, 2009, "Assessment of Computational Fluid Dynamics for Supersonic Shock Containing Jets", AIAA Journal, 47, (11), pp. 2738-2746
  • S. K. Lee, K. S. Brentner, F. Farassat and Philip J Morris, 2009, "Analytic Formulation and Numerical Implementation of an Acoustic Pressure Gradient Prediction", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 319, (3-5), pp. 1200-1221
  • S. Saxena, Philip J Morris and K. Viswanathan, 2008, "A New Algorithm for the Nonlinear Propagation of Broadband Jet Noise", AIAA Journal, 47, (1), pp. 186-194
  • Philip J Morris, 2007, "Jet Noise Prediction: Past Present and Future", Canadian Acoustics, 35, (3), pp. 16-22
  • P. P. Rao and Philip J Morris, 2006, "Some Finite Element Applications in Frequency Domain Aeroacoustics", AIAA Journal, 44, (7), pp. 1643-1652
  • A. Agarwal and Philip J Morris, 2006, "Numerical Computation of the Linear Convective and Absolute Instability of Free-Shear Flows", Computers and Fluids, 35, pp. 1282-1289
  • A. Agarwal and Philip J Morris, 2006, "Broadband Noise From the Unsteady Flow in a Slat Cove", AIAA Journal, 44, (2), pp. 301-310
  • L. N. Long, Philip J Morris and A. Agarwal, 2004, "A Review of Parallel Computing in Computational Aeroacoustics", International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 18, (6), pp. 493-502
  • Philip J Morris, S. Boluriaan and C. M. Shieh, 2004, "Numerical Simulation of Minor Losses Due to a Sudden Contraction and Expansion in High Amplitude Acoustic Resonators", Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 90, pp. 393-409
  • A. Agarwal, Philip J Morris and R. Mani, 2004, "The Calculation of Sound Propagation in Nonuniform Flows: Suppression of Instability Waves", AIAA Journal, 42, (1), pp. 80-88
  • Christopher Nelson, Alan B Cain, Robert Dougherty, and Philip J Morris, , "Application of synthetic array techniques for improved simulations of hot supersonic jet noise", International Journal of Aeroacoustics

Conference Proceedings

  • Jessica Morgan, Dennis K McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Experimental results for supersonic jet noise reduction using fluidic inserts", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2017-3518
  • Scott Hromisin, Russell Powers, Dennis McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Experimental and numerical study of hard-wall corrugations for supersonic jet noise reduction", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2017-4042
  • Jessica Morgan, Dennis McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and Chitrarth Prasad, 2017, "Further Development of Supersonic Jet Noise Reduction Using Nozzle Fluidic Inserts", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2017-0683
  • Dennis McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and Steven Martens, 2016, "Extending fluidic insert noise reduction for tactical aircraft to industry-scale models"
  • Dennis McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and Steven Martens, 2016, "Extending on-demand noise reduction to industry scale for tactical aircraft", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-2990
  • Scott Hromisin, Jake Lampenfield, Dennis McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2016, "Experimental and numerical study of injector design and operation on supersonic jet noise reduction using fluidic corrugations", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-2989
  • Russell Powers, Scott Hromisin, Dennis K McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2016, "Mean velocity and turbulence measurements of supersonic jets with fluidic inserts", AIAA
  • Scott Hromisin, Leighton Myers, Dennis McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2016, "A comparison of the aeroacoustic characteristics of free and impinging jets with noise reduction techniques", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-0526
  • Matthew Kapusta, Russell Powers, Philip J Morris and Dennis McLaughlin, 2016, "Numerical simulations for supersonic jet noise reduction", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2016-0758
  • B. Cheng, Y. Han, Kenneth S Brentner, Jose Palacios, Philip J Morris, D. Hanson and Michael P Kinzel, 2016, "Rotor broadband noise due to surface roughness during ice accretion", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-1270

Manuscripts

  • Y. Du, C. Kuo, Philip J Morris and D. K. McLaughlin, , "Simulations and measurements of the flow and noise in hot supersonic jets", Noise Control Engineering Journal

Research Projects

  • January 2017 - December 2017, "University Support on the Prediction of Jet and Shock- Induced Unsteady Wall Pressure Fluctuations," (Sponsor: Pratt & Whitney).
  • June 2016 - December 2017, "Quantifying uncertainties in predicting aircraft noise in real-world situations," (Sponsor: FAA).
  • February 2016 - September 2017, "Scaled demonstration of jet noise reduction," (Sponsor: Office of Naval Research).
  • October 2016 - March 2017, "X-Plane Concepts Supporting the Ultra Efficient Subsonic Transport Thrust," (Sponsor: Lockheed Aeronautics Company).
  • June 2014 - June 2016, "Experimental Study of Impinging Jets Flow-Fields," (Sponsor: Office of Naval Research).
  • November 2014 - August 2016, "Analytical Approach for Quantifying Noise from Advanced Operational Procedures," (Sponsor: Federal Aviation Administration).
  • January 2016 - December 2016, "Prediction of Jet and Shock-Induced Unsteady Wall Pressure Fluctuations," (Sponsor: Pratt & Whitney).
  • January 2015 - December 2015, "Prediction of Shock-Induced Unsteady Wall Pressure Fluctuations [Non Finanacial]," (Sponsor: Pratt & Whitney).
  • November 2014 - October 2015, "Analytical Approach for Quantifying Noise from Advanced Operational Procedures," (Sponsor: Federal Aviation Administration, Center of Excellence Program Office).
  • July 2014 - October 2015, "Scaled Demonstration of Fluidic Inserts for Jet Noise Reduction for Tactical Aircraft," (Sponsor: Office of Naval Research).
  • January 2014 - December 2014, "Prediction of Shock-Induced Unsteady Wall Pressure Fluctuations [Non Finanacial]," (Sponsor: Pratt & Whitney).

Honors and Awards

  • Fellow, AIAA, 1999
  • Fellow, American Physical Society, 1997
  • Aeroacoustics Award, AIAA, 1999

Service

Service to Penn State:

  • Chairperson, August 2016 - August 2017
  • Member, Promotion & Tenure, August 2016 - August 2016
  • Member, Executive Committee, August 2015 - August 2016

Service to External Organizations:

  • Member, NATO Advisory Committee, April 2012
  • Member, Aeroacoustics Technical Committee, Award Nomination, 2002
 


 

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The Penn State Department of Aerospace Engineering, established in 1961 and the only aerospace engineering department in Pennsylvania, is consistently recognized as one of the top aerospace engineering departments in the nation, and is also an international leader in aerospace education, research, and engagement. Our undergraduate program is ranked 15th and our graduate programs are ranked 15th nationally by U.S. News & World Report, while one in 25 holders of a B.S. degree in aerospace engineering in the U.S. earned it from Penn State. Our students are consistently among the most highly recruited by industry, government, and graduate schools nationwide.

The department is built upon the fundamentals of academic integrity, innovation in research, and commitment to the advancement of industry. Through an innovative curriculum and world-class instruction that reflects current industry practice and embraces future trends, Penn State Aerospace Engineering graduates emerge as broadly educated, technically sound aerospace engineers who will become future leaders in a critical industry

Department of Aerospace Engineering

229 Hammond Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-2569