Dr Jeff Green is a Rolls-Royce Engineering Associate Fellow with expertise in vibration and aeroelasticity. He is also Visiting Professor at Imperial College London and Deputy Director of the Rolls-Royce funded Vibration UTC within the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Dr Green graduated from Nottingham University in 1989 with a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Since then he has been a full time employee of Rolls-Royce and has over 25 years industrial experience of a wide range of vibration related issues, covering design & analysis, experimental & analytical, research & engine project aspects of turbomachinery and gas turbine engine structures. He received his PhD in 2006 from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden
Dr Green's main research interests are aero-mechanical behaviour of turbomachinery and engine structures, non-linear mechanics and damping. Recently he has been focusing on the sources of fan vibration in Rolls-Royce Trent engines and stability of labyrinth sealsÃÂ¯ÃÂ»ÃÂ¿
et al., 2017, Modelling the nonlinear behaviour of an underplatform damper test rig for turbine applications, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, Vol:85, ISSN:0888-3270, Pages:662-679
et al., 2016, An Aerodynamic Parameter for Low-Pressure Turbine Flutter, Journal of Turbomachinery-transactions of the Asme, Vol:138, ISSN:0889-504X
et al., 2017, Fast optimisation of a three-dimensional bypass system using a new aerodynamic design method
Ruffini V, Green JS, Schwingshackl CW, 2017, The influence of mistuning and coriolis effects on the modal parameters of bladed discs: An experimental study