VEJAPONG JUTTIJUDATA

Associate Professor

Department of Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
KasetsartUniversity, Bangkok 10900, THAILAND
Phone: 0 2797 0999
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Education:

  • PhD (Aerospace Engineering), Cornell University (USA), 2003.
  • MSc & DIC (Computational Fluid Dynamics & Structural Mechanics), Imperial College London (UK), 1998.
  • BEng (Mechanical Engineering, Hons), Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), 1997.

 

Biography:                                                                                                         

       After earning a B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from Chulalongkorn University in 1997, he joined the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Kasetsart University as a lecturer and was awarded a scholarship from the Royal Thai Government for his graduate study. He received his M.Sc. in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Structural Mechanics from the Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (now Imperial College London) in 1998 and his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringCornell University in 2003. Under the supervision of John Lumley, his doctoral research focused on the development of proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) in Squire's coordinate system and low-dimensional models for turbulence channel. He returned to the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Kasetsart University in 2003. In 2004, he was appointed as a postdoctoral research associate in Clancy Rowley's research group at School of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringPrinceton University. His research at Princeton centered on the development of model-based control of oscillating cavity flows using the POD and low-dimensional Galerkin models. He returned to Kasetsart University in 2005 and continued his work in the areas of aerodynamics, fluid dynamics and flow control.

 

Research Interests:

  • Modelling & Control of Transition & Turbulence
  • CFD and Flow Modeling
  • Ventilation & Urban Flow
  • Industrial & Vehicle Aerodynamics

 

Current Research Projects:

  • Flow Control for Turbulent Drag Reduction – Other participants: A. Hokpunna (Chiangmai U), faculty member; V. Satthavisut, graduate student; Funding: KURDI.
  • Modeling of Bypass Transition –Other participants: S. Sirisup (NECTEC), senior researcher; A. Hokpunna (Chiangmai U), faculty member; C. Pongudom, graduate student; T. Pantuphag, graduate student.
  • Effect of Rotation on Turbulent Flows in Rectangular Ducts –Other participants: V. Juntasaro (Dept of MechEng), faculty member; W. Rojanaratanangkule (Chiangmai U), faculty member; W. Sudjai, graduate student; Funding: KURDI.
  • CFD Modeling of Flow in Baking Process –Other participants: S. Sirisup (NECTEC), senior researcher; P. Pakuthai (NECTEC), researcher; Funding: NECTEC.
  • Urban Flow and Dispersion Simulation using CFD –Other participant: S. Panyametheekuk (Chulalongkorn U), faculty member.

 

Selected Publications:

  • V.Satthavisut, V.Juttijudata, A. Hokpunna, Effect of Computational Box Sizes on Opposition Control at Moderate -High Friction Reynolds Number Turbulent Channel of Re_tau = 934, The 7th TSME International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, 2016.
  • W. Rojanaratanangkule., V. Juttijudata (2014), Effect of Rotation on Coherent Structures in Wall-Bounded Turbulence. Proceedings of the Ninteenth Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melboune, VA, Australia, December 2014.
  • P. Sribonfha, S. Sirisup, V. Juttijudata., (2013), Impact of Geometric Uncertainties on Pump Performance. The 4th TSME International Conference on Mechanical Engineering 2013, (TSME-ICoME 2013), Chonburi, Thailand, October 2013.

 

Teaching Activities:

  • Fluid Mechanics & Aerodynamics
  • Boundary Layers
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Numerical Methods