Frederick Stern

Professor, Mechanical Engineering
George D. Ashton Professor of Hydroscience and Engineering
Faculty Research Engineer, IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering
Biography

Publications: 
Google Scholars Citation Record
Publications, Citations, h-index, i10-index

Joined the College of Engineering: 1983

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Active Scientific and Professional Society Memberships: 

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Fellow
  • American Society of Engineering Education, Member
  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Member
  • 24th International Towing Tank Conference, Secretary Maneuvering Committee

Special Fields of Knowledge: 

  • Computational and experimental fluid dynamics and uncertainty analysis
  • Ship hydrodynamics
  • Viscous flow
  • Free surface waves and turbulence
  • Propulsors and cavitation
  • Potential flow
  • Resistance and propulsion
  • Ship and platform motions and maneuvering
Research areas
  • 6DOF viscous ship hydrodynamics
  • High performance, multi-criteria CFD-based optimization for ship design
  • Towing tank maneuvering test flow-map measurement system
  • Integration of simulation technology into undergraduate engineering courses and laboratories
Frederick Stern
Ph.D., Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, University of Michigan, 1980, M.S.E., Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, University of Michigan, 1977, B.S.E., (summa cum laude) Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, University of Michigan, 1975
Address

223C Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory
United States