Hirschberg specializes in the application of a fundamental-research approach to the investigation of pertinent industrial and environmental fluid mechanics problems. He currently investigates the aeroacoustic properties of perforations. This research activity is part of Prof. Aimee S. Morgans’ AFIRMATIVE project (ERC Consolidator Grant, WP2 “Burner and Damper Acoustic Models”).
et al., 2021, Swirl-nozzle interaction experiment: quasi-steady model-based analysis, Experiments in Fluids, Vol:62, ISSN:0723-4864
et al., 2021, Swirl-Nozzle Interaction Experiments: Influence of Injection-Reservoir Pressure and Injection Time, AIAA Journal, Vol:59, ISSN:0001-1452, Pages:2806-2810
Hirschberg L, Hulshoff SJ, Bake F, 2021, Sound Production due to Swirl-Nozzle Interaction: Model-Based Analysis of Experiments, AIAA Journal, Vol:59, ISSN:0001-1452, Pages:1269-1276
Hirschberg L, Hulshoff SJ, 2020, Lumped-Element Model for Vortex-Nozzle Interaction in Solid Rocket Motors, AIAA Journal, Vol:58, ISSN:0001-1452, Pages:3241-3244
et al., 2019, Influence of Nozzle Cavity on Indirect Vortex- and Entropy-Sound Production, AIAA Journal, Vol:57, ISSN:0001-1452, Pages:3100-3103
et al., 2018, Vortex nozzle interaction in solid rocket motors: A scaling law for upstream acoustic response, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol:144, ISSN:0001-4966, Pages:EL46-EL51
et al., 2019, Numerical simulations based evidence of impingement free sound production during vortex-nozzle interaction in solid rocket motors