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Numerische FluiddynamikDr. rer. nat. Lewin Stein

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Lewin Stein (Dr. rer. nat.)


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Office: VWS 120
Post: TU-Berlin, Sekr. MB1
Müller-Breslau-Straße 15
10623 Berlin


  • Fluid-Structure-Sound Interaction
  • Acoustic Modelling
  • Wave Field Synthesis
  • Turbulent Boundary and Shear Layers
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics: Direct Numerical Simulation, High Performance Computing


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Journal Articles

Adjoint-Based Sound Reinforcement in the Time Domain
Citation key steinAdjointbasedSound19
Author Stein, Lewin and Straube, Florian and Sesterhenn, Jörn and Weinzierl, Stefan and Lemke, Mathias
Title of Book Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress on Acoustics
Pages 1162-1169
Year 2019
ISBN 978-3-939296-15-7
Address Aachen, Germany
Publisher Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik e.V.
Abstract The determination of the electronic drive of line source arrays is an ill-posed inverse problem. The authors present an adjoint-based approach in the time domain as an alternative to the commonly used frequency-based methods. Therein, monopole sources in the EULER equations are optimized to reinforce a prescribed target sound field. In doing so, driving functions for the synthesis of the desired sound field, including a non-uniform base flow, can be determined.
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Lecture Activities

Supervised Master Theses

  • Gourdazi, A. (2018, BMW cooperation). Temperature effects on aeroacoustics of a subsonic jet flow from an open pipe
  • Jarolin, K. (2017). Treatment of sharp edges for conservative finite difference methods
  • Kruse, P. (2015). Helmholtz resonator dynamics examined by a modal decomposition

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Research Stays

  • 2010 Yale University (USA) with Prof. Hong Tang (RISE-DAAD Research Scholar)
  • 2009 Tohoku University (Japan) with Prof. Riichiro Saito (German Academic Scholarship Foundation Grant)


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