Herr Dipl.-Ing.

Tilman Binder

Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme

Kontakt

+49 (0)711-685-69674

Pfaffenwaldring 29
70569 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Raum: 2.34

Fachgebiet

Numerische Strömungssimulation, Aerothermodynamik, Partikelverfahren

Forschungsschwerpunkte:

  • Numerische Strömungssimulation mit Partikelverfahren (PIC-DSMC)
  • Electric Propulsion (RIT)

Binder, T.; Mirza, A.; Nizenkov, P; Pfeiffer, M.; Fasoulas, S; Copplestone, S; Ortwein, P; Munz, C.-D., "Application of PICLas to the Simulation of Electric Propulsion Systems", DSMC 2015: Theory, Methods, and Applications, Kauai, Hawaii, 2015.

Romano, F.; Binder, T.; Herdrich, G.; Fasoulas, S.; Schönherr, T., "Air-Intake Design Investigation for an Air-Breathing Electric Propulsion System", Joint Conference of 30 th International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, 34 th International Electric Propulsion Conference and 6 th Nano-satellite Symposium, Hyogo-Kobe, Japan, 2015.

Eberhart, M.; Löhle, S.; Steinbeck, A.; Binder, T.; Fasoulas, S., "Measurement of atomic oxygen in the middle atmosphere using solid electrolyte sensors and catalytic probes", Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 8.9 (2015): 3701-3714.

Ortwein, P; Binder, T.; Copplestone, S; Mirza, A.; Nizenkov, P; Pfeiffer, M.; Stindl, T.; Fasoulas, S; Munz, C.-D., "Parallel Performance of a Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Method Based PIC-DSMC Solver",  High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '14 (2014): 671-681.

Binder, T.; Nathanson, E.; Belz, S.; Fasoulas, S., "Efficient Evaluation Method of System Concepts for Preliminary ECLSS Design Studies", 44 th International Conference on Environmental Systems, Tucson, Arizona, 2014.

2007-2013: Diplom Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik, Universität Stuttgart
Seit 2014: Mitarbeiter/Promotionsstudium am IRS

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