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Philip Morris

Boeing/A. D. Welliver Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Acoustics

233C Hammond Building

pjm@psu.edu

814-863-0157

Personal or Departmental Website

Research Areas:

Aeroacoustics, Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics

Interest Areas:

Aeroacoustics, numerical simulation, hydrodynamic stability, turbulence modeling.

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Aeronautics, University of Southampton, 1967
  • MS, Acoustics, University of Southampton, 1968
  • Ph D, Aeronautics, University of Southampton, 1971

Publications

Books

  • Philip J Morris, 2010, Advances in Aeroacoustics: In Honour of Geoffrey Lilley, Multi-Science Publishing Co. Ltd., Essex, UK

Book Reviews

  • Philip J Morris, 2004, Formulas of Acoustics. F. P. Mechel (Editor), pp. 941-942

Book, Chapters

  • Philip J Morris and Dennis K McLaughlin, 2019, Noise and Noise Reduction in Supersonic Jets, Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland, pp. 13
  • Philip J Morris and G. M. Lilley, 2007, Aerodynamic Noise: Theory and Applications, John Wiley & Sons

Parts of Book

  • Philip J Morris, 2015, The Instability of High Speed Jets, Multi-Science Publishing Company, Essex, UK
  • Philip J Morris and K. Viswanathan, 2013, Jet Noise, Springer
  • Philip J Morris, 2010, Aerodynamic Noise, John Wiley & Sons

Journal Articles

  • Philip J Morris, 2017, "Dennis K. McLaughlin: some history and achievements", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 17, (1-2), pp. 7-21
  • Anthony R Pilon, Russell Powers, Dennis K McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Design and analysis of a supersonic jet noise reduction concept", Journal of Aircraft, 54, (5)
  • Seongkyu Lee, Kenneth S Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Long-Range and Nonlinear Propagation of Helicopter High-Speed Impulsive Noise", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 62
  • Y Du and Philip J Morris, 2016, "Compact Disturbance Equations for Aeroacoustic Simulations", AIAA Journal, 54, (1)
  • M K Isman, Philip J Morris and M Can, 2015, "Investigation of Laminar to Turbulent Transition Phenomena Effects on Impingement Heat Transfer", Heat and Mass Transfer
  • N Sikarwar and Philip J Morris, 2015, "The Use of an Adjoint Method for Optimization of Blowing in a Convergent-Divergent Nozzle", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 14, (1&2)
  • Y Du and Philip J Morris, 2015, "A New Block Interface Condition for Aeroacoustic Applications", AIAA Journal, 53, (6)
  • C-W Kuo, D K McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and K Viswanathan, 2015, "Effects of Jet Temperature on Broadband Shock-Associated Noise", AIAA Journal, 53, (6)
  • G Chen, C Gu, Philip J Morris, E G Paterson, A Sergeev, Y-C Wang and T Wierzbicki, 2015, "Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Water Entry of an Airliner", Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 62, (4)
  • Y Du and Philip J Morris, 2015, "The Separation of Radiating and Non-Radiating Near-Field Pressure Fluctuations in Supersonic Jets", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 355
  • G Chen, Q Xiong, Philip J Morris, E G Paterson, A Sergeev and Y-C Wang, 2014, "OpenFOAM for Computational Fluid Dynamics", Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 61, (4), pp. 354-363
  • L Lopes, Philip J Morris and K S Brentner, 2014, "A Method for Predicting the Noise of a Tip-Jet Driven Rotor", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 59, pp. 032004-1-10
  • Philip J Morris, D. K. McLaughlin and C.-W. Kuo, 2013, "Noise Reduction in Supersonic Jets by Nozzle Fluidic Inserts", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 332, pp. 3992-4003
  • S. Lee, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2012, "Time-domain approach for acoustic scattering of rotorcraft noise", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 57, pp. pp. 042001-1-12
  • S. A. E. Miller and Philip J Morris, 2012, "The prediction of broadband shock-associated noise including propagation effects", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 11, (7&8), pp. 755-781
  • M. J. Hill, R. F. Kunz, R. B. Medvitz, R. F. Handschuh, L. N. Long, R. W. Noack and Philip J Morris, 2011, "CFD Analysis of Gear Windage Losses: Validation and Parametric Aerodynamic Studies", Journal of Fluids Engineering, 133, pp. 031103-1-031103-10
  • S. Lee, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2011, "Assessment of Time-Domain Equivalent Source Method for Acoustic Scattering", AIAA Journal, 49, (9), pp. 1897-1906
  • S. K. Lee, Philip J Morris and K. S. Brentner, 2010, "Improved Algorithm for Nonlinear Sound Propagation with Aircraft and Helicopter Noise Applications", AIAA Journal, 48, (11), pp. 2586-2595
  • L. V. Lopes, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2010, "A Framework for a Landing Gear Model and Acoustic Prediction", J. Aircraft, 47, (3), pp. 763-774
  • Philip J Morris, 2010, "The Instability of High Speed Jets", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 9, (1&2), pp. 1-50
  • Philip J Morris and K. B. M. Q. Zaman, 2010, "Velocity measurements in jets with application to noise source modeling", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 329, (4), pp. 394-414
  • D. Papamoschou, Philip J Morris and D. K. McLaughlin, 2010, "Beamformed flow-acoustic correlations in a supersonic jet", AIAA Journal, 48, (10), pp. 2445-2453
  • S. K. Lee, K. S. Brentner and Philip J Morris, 2010, "Acoustic Scattering in the Time Domain Using an Equivalent Source Method", AIAA Journal, 48, (12), pp. 2772-2780
  • Philip J Morris and S. A. E. Miller, 2010, "Prediction of Broadband Shock-Associated Noise Using Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Computational Fluid Dynamics", AIAA Journal, 48, (12), pp. 2931-2961
  • Philip J Morris, 2010, "Geoffrey Lilley: A Very Brief Biography", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 9, (4&5), pp. 373-385
  • Philip J Morris, 2009, "A Note on the Noise Radiated by Large Scale Turbulent Structures in Subsonic and Supersonic Jets", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 8, (4), pp. 301-316
  • S. A. E. Miller, J. Veltin, Philip J Morris and D. K. McLaughlin, 2009, "Assessment of Computational Fluid Dynamics for Supersonic Shock Containing Jets", AIAA Journal, 47, (11), pp. 2738-2746
  • S. K. Lee, K. S. Brentner, F. Farassat and Philip J Morris, 2009, "Analytic Formulation and Numerical Implementation of an Acoustic Pressure Gradient Prediction", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 319, (3-5), pp. 1200-1221
  • S. Saxena, Philip J Morris and K. Viswanathan, 2008, "A New Algorithm for the Nonlinear Propagation of Broadband Jet Noise", AIAA Journal, 47, (1), pp. 186-194
  • Philip J Morris, 2007, "Jet Noise Prediction: Past Present and Future", Canadian Acoustics, 35, (3), pp. 16-22
  • P. P. Rao and Philip J Morris, 2006, "Some Finite Element Applications in Frequency Domain Aeroacoustics", AIAA Journal, 44, (7), pp. 1643-1652
  • A. Agarwal and Philip J Morris, 2006, "Numerical Computation of the Linear Convective and Absolute Instability of Free-Shear Flows", Computers and Fluids, 35, pp. 1282-1289
  • A. Agarwal and Philip J Morris, 2006, "Broadband Noise From the Unsteady Flow in a Slat Cove", AIAA Journal, 44, (2), pp. 301-310
  • L. N. Long, Philip J Morris and A. Agarwal, 2004, "A Review of Parallel Computing in Computational Aeroacoustics", International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 18, (6), pp. 493-502
  • Philip J Morris, S. Boluriaan and C. M. Shieh, 2004, "Numerical Simulation of Minor Losses Due to a Sudden Contraction and Expansion in High Amplitude Acoustic Resonators", Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 90, pp. 393-409
  • A. Agarwal, Philip J Morris and R. Mani, 2004, "The Calculation of Sound Propagation in Nonuniform Flows: Suppression of Instability Waves", AIAA Journal, 42, (1), pp. 80-88
  • Christopher Nelson, Alan B Cain, Robert Dougherty, and Philip J Morris, , "Application of synthetic array techniques for improved simulations of hot supersonic jet noise", International Journal of Aeroacoustics, 16, (4-5)
  • Kursat Kara, Daegyoum Kim and Philip J Morris, , "Flow Separation Control using Sweeping Jet Actuator", AIAA Journal

Conference Proceedings

  • Jessica Morgan, Dennis K McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Experimental results for supersonic jet noise reduction using fluidic inserts", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2017-3518
  • Scott Hromisin, Russell Powers, Dennis McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2017, "Experimental and numerical study of hard-wall corrugations for supersonic jet noise reduction", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2017-4042
  • Jessica Morgan, Dennis McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and Chitrarth Prasad, 2017, "Further Development of Supersonic Jet Noise Reduction Using Nozzle Fluidic Inserts", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2017-0683
  • Dennis McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and Steven Martens, 2016, "Extending fluidic insert noise reduction for tactical aircraft to industry-scale models"
  • Dennis McLaughlin, Philip J Morris and Steven Martens, 2016, "Extending on-demand noise reduction to industry scale for tactical aircraft", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-2990
  • Scott Hromisin, Jake Lampenfield, Dennis McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2016, "Experimental and numerical study of injector design and operation on supersonic jet noise reduction using fluidic corrugations", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-2989
  • Russell Powers, Scott Hromisin, Dennis K McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2016, "Mean velocity and turbulence measurements of supersonic jets with fluidic inserts", AIAA
  • Scott Hromisin, Leighton Myers, Dennis McLaughlin and Philip J Morris, 2016, "A comparison of the aeroacoustic characteristics of free and impinging jets with noise reduction techniques", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-0526
  • Matthew Kapusta, Russell Powers, Philip J Morris and Dennis McLaughlin, 2016, "Numerical simulations for supersonic jet noise reduction", AIAA, AIAA Paper 2016-0758
  • B. Cheng, Y. Han, Kenneth S Brentner, Jose Palacios, Philip J Morris, D. Hanson and Michael P Kinzel, 2016, "Rotor broadband noise due to surface roughness during ice accretion", AIAA, AIAA Paper No. 2016-1270

Technical Reports

  • Philip J Morris, 2017, "Jet Noise Prediction and Modeling"

Manuscripts

  • Y. Du, C. Kuo, Philip J Morris and D. K. McLaughlin, , "Simulations and measurements of the flow and noise in hot supersonic jets", Noise Control Engineering Journal

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

  • Fellow, AIAA, 2002
  • Fellow, American Physical Society, 1995
  • Aeroacoustics Award, AIAA, 1999

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