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Dr. Peter Flohr

Dr. Peter Flohr

Dr. Peter Flohr

ZHAW School of Engineering
Abteilung Angewandte Mathematik, Physik, Systeme und Operations
Technikumstrasse 9
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 69 84
peter.flohr@zhaw.ch

Persönliches Profil

Leitungsfunktion

Abteilungsleitung

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW als

Abteilungsleiter Angewandte Mathematik, Physik, Systeme & Operations

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte, Spezialkenntnisse

power generation technologies
numerical analysis and asymptotic methods
leadership & project management

Aus- und Fortbildung

1998 Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge, England
1994 Postgraduate Diploma, von Karman Institute in Brussels, Belgium
1993 Dipl.-Ing. in Aerospace Engineering, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Beruflicher Werdegang

2015 Executive Technology, Gas Turbine Engineering, General Electric
2011 Director Transverse Technologies & Validation Testing, Alstom Power
2005 Department Head, Gas Turbine Development, Alstom Power
2000 Group Leader Combustion, Alstom Power
1998 Development Engineer Base Technologies, ABB
1994 R&D Engineer environmental flows, von Karman Institute

Publikationen

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

selected peer-reviewed publications:

P. Flohr, P. Stuttaford, 2013.
Combustors in gas turbine systems. In „Modern Gas Turbine Systems“, ed. P. Jansohn, Woodhead publishing

F. Güthe, J. Hellat, P. Flohr, 2009
The Reheat Concept: The Proven Pathway to Ultra-Low Emissions and High Efficiency and Flexibility. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power

O. Riccius, R. Smith, F. Güthe, P. Flohr, 2005
The GT24/GT26 combustion technology and high hydrocarbon (“C2+”) fuels. ASME, GT2005-68393

V. Bellucci, C.O. Paschereit, P. Flohr, F. Magni, 2004
On the use of Helmholtz resonators for damping acoustic pulsations in industrial gas turbines. J. Eng. for Gas Turbines and Power, 126, 271-275

B. Ivancic, P. Flohr, B. Paikert, M. Brandt, W. Polifke, 2004
Auto-ignition and heat release in a gas turbine burner at elevated temperature. ASME, 2004-GT-53831

M. Brandt, W. Polifke, P. Flohr, 2004
Approximation of joint PDFs by discrete distributions generated with Monte Carlo methods. Comb. Theory & Modelling, 10(4), 535-558

P. Flohr, C. Haertel, 2003
Perspectives of LES in turbomachinery design. Direct and Large Eddy Simulation V.

P. Flohr, P. Schmitt, O. Paschereit, 2002
Mixing field analysis of a gas turbine burner. IMECE2002-34317

P. Flohr, C.O. Paschereit, B. van Roon, B. Schuermans, 2001
Using CFD for time-delay modeling of premix flames. ASME, 2001-GT-376

P. Flohr, H. Pitsch, 2000
A turbulent flame speed closure model for LES of industrial burner flows. Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford, 169-180

P. Flohr, J.C. Vassilicos, 2000
Scalar subgrid model with flow structure for large-eddy simulations of scalar variances. J. Fluid Mech. 407, 315-349.

P. Flohr, J.C. Vassilicos, 1997
Accelerated scalar dissipation in a vortex. J. Fluid Mech.348, 295-317.

P. Flohr, D. Olivari, 1994
Fractal and multifractal characteristics of a scalar dispersed in a turbulent jet. Physica D. 76, 278-290.