Personal Information
Full Name: Prof. Aniruddha Sinha
Phone: 25767103
Email: as[at]

Specialization: Aerodynamics

Awards & Fellowships

    Roy A. Koenigsknecht Distinguished University Fellowship, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, October 2006 to September 2007 and January 2010 to December 2010

    Recipient of 7 merit medals awarded by the Mechanical Engineering department of Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India in 2001

  • A. Sinha, K. Gudmundsson, H. Xia and T. Colonius, Parabolized stability analysis of jets from serrated nozzles, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 789:36-63, 2016 (download)
  • A. Sinha, D. Rodríguez, G. A. Brès and T. Colonius, Wavepackets models in supersonic jet noise, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 742:71-95, 2014(download)
  • A. Sinha, A. Serrani and M. Samimy, Reduced-order modeling of high-speed jets controlled by arc filament plasma actuators, Experiments in Fluids, 54:1428, 2013 (download)
  • A. Sinha, H. Alkandry, M. Kearney-Fischer, M. Samimy and T. Colonius, The impulse response of a high-speed jet forced with localized arc filament plasma actuators, Physics of Fluids, 24:125104, 2012 (download)
  • A. Sinha, K. Kim, J.-H. Kim, A. Serrani and M. Samimy, Extremizing feedback control of a high-speed and high Reynolds number jet, AIAA Journal, 48(2):387-399, 2010 (download)
R&D Areas/Projects: 

    My research touches on several related topics of fluid dynamics: reduced-order modeling of flows, aeroacoustics, hydrodynamic stability theory and feedback flow control.

    The main application of these tools has been to high-speed jets - both for noise mitigation and mixing enhancement. Another application has been airfoil separation control.

    Recent advances in experimental techniques and computational simulations generate enormous datasets, and I am interested in analyzing them to reveal the flow physics buried within.