Centre for Hypersonics

2015 -

  1. Xin Kang (PhD, 2017. Micro/mesoscale Combustion Based Portable Power Generating System. Supervisor: Veeraragavan)
  2. Elise Fahy (PhD, 2017. Superorbital re-entry shock layers: flight and laboratory comparisons. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne).
  3. Hadas Porat (PhD, 2016. Measurement of radiative heat transfer in simulated Titan and Mars atmospheres in expansion tubes. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently DSTG HIFiRE Research Fellow at UQ.
  4. Sanchito Banerjee (PhD, 2016. L1 adaptive control augmentation for a hypersonic glider. Supervisor: Boyce) Currently a Systems Engineer at Airbus Defence and Space, Munich, Germany.
  5. Jorge Sancho Ponce (PhD, 2016. Scramjet testing at high total pressure. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Project Engineer at SENER, Spain.
  6. Wouter Mostert (PhD, 2015. Dynamics and hydrodynamic instability of magnetohydrodynamic implosions. Supervisor: Wheatley) Currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Caltech, USA.
  7. Rolfe Gehre (PhD, 2015. The flow physics of inlet-fueled, low-compression scramjets. Supervisor: Wheatley) Currently a Propulsion Analyst at Rocket Lab Ltd, New Zealand.
  8. Matthew Bricalli (PhD, 2015. Numerical study into thermal-compression scramjets. Supervisor: Boyce) Currently a Propulsion Analyst at Rocket Lab Ltd, New Zealand.
  9. Daryl Bond (PhD, 2015. Numerical investigation of gaseous heat and mass transfer: the effect of rarefaction. Supervisor: Wheatley) Currently a Research Fellow at UQ.
  10. Daniel Oberg (PhD, 2015. Geometric scaling studies of an inlet-fuelled axisymmetric radical farming scramjet engine. Supervisor: Boyce) Currently an Interest Rates Trader, Global Markets, ANZ. Sydney.
  11. Dylan Wise (PhD, 2015. Experimental investigation of a three dimensional scramjet engine at hypervelocity conditions. Supervisor: Smart) Currently a Research Associate in the Department of Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering at Loughborough University, UK.
  12. David Petty (PhD, 2015. Flow physics of a hypervelocity mixing wake with oxygen enrichment. Supervisor: Wheatley) Currently a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
  13. Andrew Ridings (PhD, 2015. Investigation of pre-combustion shock trains in a scramjet using a shock tunnel at Mach 8 flight conditions. Supervisor: Smart) Currently a Laboratory Engineer at Windtech Consultants, Sydney.

2010 - 2014

  1. Arman Schwarz (MPhil, 2014. Experimental Study of Hypersonic Wing/Fin Root Heating at Mach 8. Supervisor: Smart) Currently a Quant Trader in Sydney.
  2. James Barth (PhD, 2014. Mixing and combustion enhancement in a Mach 12 shape-transitioning scramjet engine. Supervisor: Wheatley) Currently a Research Engineer at Reaction Engines, Oxford, U.K.
  3. Luke Doherty (PhD, 2014. An experimental investigation of an airframe integrated three-dimensional scramjet engine at a Mach 10 flight condition. Supervisor: Smart) Currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Oxford University.
  4. Philippe Lorrain (PhD, 2014. Flow Structure/Chemistry Coupling in the Ignition Process in Shock-Induced-Combustion Scramjets. Supervisor: Boyce) Currently a Research Associate at UNSW, Canberra.
  5. Adrian Pudsey (PhD, 2014. Hypersonic Viscous Drag Reduction Using Multiport Injection Arrays. Supervisor: Boyce) Currently a Lecturer at RMIT University, Melbourne.
  6. Umar Sheikh (PhD, 2014. Re-Entry Radiation Aerothermodynamics in the Vacuum Ultraviolet. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Post-doctoral researcher at CRPP, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland.
  7. Dillon Hunt (PhD, 2014. Supersonic combustion in inlet-fuelled busemann-like axisymmetric scramjet flow paths. Supervisor: Paull) Currently a a scientific officer at DST Group Applied Hypersonics Branch, Brisbane.
  8. Mary D'Souza (PhD, 2014. Simulation of ablation layers in impulse facilities. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently at the CSIRO Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory Support Facility, Geraldton, Western Australia.
  9. Fabrice Schloegel (PhD, 2014. Combustion scaling laws for inlet-fuelled scramjets. Supervisor: Boyce) Currently a Quantitative Analyst at 42 Capital, France.
  10. Fabian Zander  (PhD, 2013. Hot wall testing in hypersonic impulse facilities. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Research Fellow at Stuttgart University, Germany.
  11. Mark Bateup (PhD, 2013. Ethylene Augmentation of JP-8+100 in a Supersonic Combustor. Supervisor: Paull) Currently a Research Engineer at DST Group, Adelaide.
  12. Razmi Khan (MPhil, 2012. Visible and near IR observation of the Hayabusa re-entry. Supervisor: Upcroft)
  13. David Gildfind (PhD, 2012. Development of high total pressure scramjet flow conditions using the X2 expansion tube. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering at UQ.
  14. Wilson Chan (PhD, 2012. Effects of flow non-uniformities on the drag reduction by boundary layer combustion. Supervisor: Mee) Currently a lecturer at the University of Southern California.
  15. Jason Hoogland (PhD, 2012. Simulation of ablation in a superorbital expansion tube. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Mechanical Engineer at BMT WBM, Brisbane.
  16. Troy Eichmann (PhD, 2012. Radiation measurements in a simulated Mars atmosphere. Supervisor: McIntyre) Currently a DAAD Reseach Fellow at German Aerospace Center (DLR), Göttingen, Germany.
  17. Brendan O'Flaherty (PhD, 2012. Reducing the global warming potential of coal mine ventilation air by combustion in a free-piston engine. Supervisor: Jacobs)
  18. Carolyn Jacobs (PhD, 2012. Radiation in low density hypervelocity flows. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Professeur Assistant at École supérieure d'électricité (Supelec), Paris
  19. Samantha Coras (MPhil, 2011. Forebody Combustion Experiments on an Unducted Scramjet. Supervisor: Paull) Currently a Principal Research Engineer at AECOM
  20. Daniel Potter (PhD, 2011. Modelling of radiating shock layers for atmospheric entry at Earth and Mars. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at CSIRO Energy Centre, Newcastle.
  21. Sarah Razzaqi (PhD, 2011. Oxygen Enrichment in a Hydrogen Fuelled Scramjet. Supervisor: Smart) Currently a scientific officer at DSTO Applied Hypersonics Branch, Brisbane.
  22. Thomas Jazra (PhD, 2011. Optimisation of Hypersonic Vehicles for Airbreathing Propulsion. Supervisor: Smart) Currently Cost Reduction and Lean Production Engineer at Lufthansa Technik AG, Germany.
  23. Michael Creagh (PhD, 2010. Attitude guidance and control for a spinning asymmetric vehicle. Supervisor: Mee) Currently CEO and Managing Director at CB Aerospace, Brisbane.
  24. Anne Kovachevich (PhD, 2010. Investigation of an intake injected scramjet with a hot wall. Supervisor: McIntyre) Currently Associate and State Manager QLD at Cundall in Brisbane
  25. James Turner (PhD, 2010. An Experimental Investigation of Inlet Fuel Injection in a Three-Dimensional Scramjet Engine. Supervisor: Smart) Currently a Research Fellow at Oxford University, U.K.
  26. Rainer Kirchhartz (PhD, 2010. Upstream wall layer effects on drag reduction with boundary layer combustion Supervisor: Mee) Currently the Head of the Mobile Rocket Base (MORABA) at DLR in Germany

2005 - 2009

  1. Andrew Dann (PhD, 2009. Boundary Layer Separation in Hypersonic Ducted Flows, Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Research Fellow at Oxford University, UK.
  2. Aaron Brandis (PhD, 2009. Experimental study and modelling of non-equilibrium radiation during Titan and Martian entry. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Research Fellow at UC Santa Cruz, USA.
  3. Mark Goldsworthy (PhD, 2009. Macroscopic modelling of chemically reacting and radiating rarefied flows. Supervisor: Macrossan) Currently a Research Fellow at CSIRO.
  4. Katsuyoshi Tanimizu (PhD, 2009. Nozzle optimization study and measurements for a quasi-axisymmetric scramjet. Supervisor: Mee) Currently a Research at RMIT, Melbourne.
  5. Rowan Gollan (PhD, 2009. Computational Modelling of High-Temperature Gas Effects with Application to Hypersonic Flows. Supervisor: Jacobs) Currently an ARC DECRA Research Fellow at UQ.
  6. Adriaan Window (MPhil, 2008. Simulation of Separating Flows in the X2 Expansion Tube Over Bluff Aerocapture Vehicles. Supervisor: Jacobs)  Currently Team Leader, Applied Research and Sustainability at AECOM Australia Pty Ltd
  7. Joseph Tang (PhD, 2008. Development of a parallel adaptive Cartesian cell code to simulate blast in complex geometries. Supervisor: Jacobs) Currently at WBM Consulting Engineers, Brisbane.
  8. Matthew McGilvray (PhD, 2008. Scramjet testing at high enthalpies in expansion tube facilities. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently an Associate Professor at Oxford University, UK.
  9. Matthew Smith (PhD, 2008. The true direction equilibrium flux method and its application. Supervisor: Macrossan) Currently Professor at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  10. Ivy Lourel (PhD, 2008. Aerothermodynamics of hypervelocity toroidal aerobrakes. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently Engineering Manager - Daunia Mine, BHP Billiton, Brisbane.
  11. Dwishen Ramanah (MPhil 2008. Background Oriented Schlieren Technique for Flow Visualization in Shock Tunnels. Supervisor: Mee) Currently an acoustical consulting engineer at Ron Rumble Renzo Tonin, Brisbane.
  12. Tony Gardner (PhD, 2007. HyShot scramjet testing in the HEG. Supervisor: Paull) Currently researcher in the Department of High Speed Configurations in the Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology at DLR, Gottingen, Germany
  13. Bianca Capra (PhD, 2007, Aerothermodynamic simulation of subscale models of the FIRE II and Titan Explorer vehicles in expansion tubes. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a Lecturer at QUT
  14. Andrew Denman (PhD, 2007, Large-eddy simulation of compressible turbulent boundary layers with heat addition. Supervisor: Jacobs) Currently Superintendent Automation Systems at BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance, Mackay.
  15. Michael Scott (PhD 2007, Development and modelling of expansion tubes. Supervisor: Jacobs)
  16. Milinda Suraweera (PhD 2006, Reduction of skin friction drag in hypersonic flow by boundary layer combustion. Supervisor: Mee) Currently at GexCon Australia, Perth.
  17. Thomas Portwood (MPhil 2006, Oxygen enrichment of a hydrocarbon fueled radical farming supersonic combustion ramjet. Supervisor: Paull) Currently a Design Engineer at Scaled Composites, Los Angeles, USA.
  18. Todd Silvester (PhD, 2005, Multidimensional Viscous Flows at Superorbital Speeds. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently a scientific officer at DSTO Applied Hypersonics Branch, Brisbane.
  19. Michael Elford (MPhil, 2005, Validation of a CFD solver for hypersonic flows. Supervisor: Jacobs) Currently a researcher at the Brisbane Technology Centre, Boeing Research and Technology - Australia, Brisbane.
  20. Charles Lilley (PhD, 2005, A macroscopic chemistry method for the direct simulation of non-equilibrium gas flows. Supervisor: Macrossan) Currently Principal Engineer - Mining & Rock Mechanics at Beck Engineering Pty Ltd, Melbourne.
  21. Sam H. H. Chiu (PhD, 2005, Using an expansion tube to generate rarefied hypervelocity gas flows. Supervisor: Mee) Currently a consulting engineer at Engineering Analysis and Design, Brisbane.
  22. Medhat Abdel-Jawad (PhD, 2005, Stability assessment of planetary entry vehicles in the X3 superorbital expansion tube. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently Director Australia, Indonesia and the Middle East, GexCon, UAE.

2000 - 2004

  1. Charlotte Higgins (PhD, 2004 Aerothermodynamics of the gas giants. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently Overseas Lead at TNEI Services (renewable energy consultants), Manchester, UK
  2. Matthew Smith (MPhil., 2004 Hybrid methods in near continuum flows. Supervisor: Macrossan) Currently Professor at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  3. Michael Hayne (PhD, 2004 Hypervelocity flow over rearward-facing steps. Supervisor: Mee) Currently Principal Acoustic Engineer at Floth, Brisbane.
  4. Ben Stewart (PhD, 2004 Predicted scramjet testing capabilities of the proposed RHYFL-X expansion tube. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently Research Fellow in Hong Kong
  5. Judith Odam (PhD, 2004, Scramjet experiments using radical farming. Supervisor: Paull) Currently a scientific officer at DSTO Applied Hypersonics Branch, Brisbane.
  6. Brad Littleton (PhD, 2003 Development and application of various laser-based spectroscopic techniques for characterisation of high velocity flows. Supervisor: Rubenstein-Dunlop) Currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at King's College London.
  7. Troy Eichmann (MSc. 2004, An experimental investigation of shock shapes and shock stand-offs in a super-orbital facility. Supervisor: McIntyre) Currently a Research Fellow at UQ
  8. Scott Rowan (PhD, 2003 Viscous drag reduction in a scramjet combustor. Supervisor: Paull) Currently at Nova Systems, Brisbane.
  9. Richard Goozee (PhD, 2003. Simulation of a complete shock tunnel using parallel computer codes. Supervisor: Jacobs) Currently Head of Trading at Northport Commodities, USA.
  10. Matthew Robinson (PhD 2003. Simultaneous lift, moment and thrust measurements on a scramjet in hypervelocity flow. Supervisor: Mee). Currently a consulting engineer at WBM, Brisbane.
  11. Kevin Austin (PhD 2002. Evolutionary design of robust flight control for a hypersonic aircraft. Supervisor: Jacobs). Currently Research Fellow at UQ.
  12. Myles Frost (M.Sc. 2002. Hyshot scramjet experiments in the T4 shock tunnel. Supervisor: Mee) Currently a scientific officer at DSTO Applied Hypersonics Branch, Brisbane.
  13. Dillon Hunt (M.Eng.Sc., 2002. Measurement of ablation in transient hypersonic flows. Supervisor: Morgan) Currently Currently a scientific officer at DSTO Applied Hypersonics Branch, Brisbane.
  14. Alexis Bishop (PhD, 2001 Spectrally selective holographic interferometry techniques for flow diagnostics. Supervisor: Rubenstein-Dunlop) Currently a Lecturer at Monash University
  15. James Faddy (M.Eng.Sc. 2000 Computational modelling for shock tube flows. Supervisor: Jacobs) Currently self employed, USA
  16. Vince Wheatley (M.Eng.Sc., 2000. Modelling low-density flow in hypersonic impulse facilities. Supervisor: Jacobs). Currently a Lecturer at UQ.
  17. Tony Gardner (M.Sc., 2000. Upstream porthole injection in a 2-D scramjet model. Supervisor: Paull) Currently researcher in the Department of High Speed Configurations in the Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology at DLR, Gottingen, Germany
  18. Margaret Wegener (PhD, 2000. Diagnostics of a superorbital expansion tube by multiple holographic recordings. Supervisor: Rubenstein-Dunlop). Currently a lecturer at The University of Queensland.
  19. Mark Sutcliffe (PhD, 2000. The use of an expansion tube to generate carbon dioxide flows applicable to Martian atmospheric entry simulation. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently at Airbus, Germany.
  20. Olga Sudnitsin (M.Eng.Sc., 2000. Design and testing of an expansion tube with area change. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently at Queensland Transport.
  21. Robert Palmer (PhD, 2000. Measurement of heat transfer in superorbital flows. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently a Reseach Scientist at CSIRO Manufacturing and Infrastructure Technology (CMIT), Melbourne.

1995 - 1999

  1. Christopher Craddock (PhD, 1999. Computational optimization of scramjets and shock tunnel nozzles. Supervisor: Jacobs). Currently Fluid Dynamics Manager at Lloyd's Register, Southampton, UK.
  2. Sam Chiu (M.Eng.Sc., 1999. Heat transfer measurements using narrow-band liquid crystals in a supersonic blowdown wind tunnel. Supervisor: Mee). Currently a consulting engineer at Engineering Analysis and Design, Brisbane.
  3. Ian Johnston (PhD, 1999. Simulation of flow around hypersonic blunt-nosed vehicles for the calibration of air data systems. Supervisor: Jacobs). Currently at DSTO, Adelaide.
  4. Chris Goyne (PhD, 1999. Skin friction measurements in high enthalpy flows at high mach number. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Research Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Director of the Aerospace Research Laboratory at the University of Virginia, USA.
  5. Adrian Smith (PhD, 1999. Multiple component force measurement in short duration test flows. Supervisor: Mee). Currently Head of Technology for Australian software company, Ennova, Brisbane.
  6. Amberyn Thomas (PhD 1988. Emission spectroscopy and planar laser-induced fluorescence of nitric oxide for shock. Supervisor: Rubenstein-Dunlop). Currently Senior Administrative Manager (Research), Office of DVC Research, UQ.
  7. Mark Kendall (PhD 1998. High energy driver concepts for impulse facilities. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently Professor at UQ's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), Centre for Immunology and Cancer Research.
  8. Rachael Skyring (M.Sc. 1997. A study of the limits of gaseous hydrogen-air detonations in a tube of specific dimension. Supervisor: Paull). Currently web site designer.
  9. Paul Petrie-Repar (PhD 1997. Numerical simulation of diaphragm rupture. Supervisor: Jacobs). Currently an Associate Professor at KTH, Sweden.
  10. Maria Pulsonetti (PhD 1997. Scaling laws for scramjets: an experimental and theoretical investigation to determine the scaling laws for scramjet engine performance at hypersonic flight conditions. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently at the Aero-Thermodynamics Branch, NASA Langley, USA.
  11. Con Doolan (PhD 1997. A two-stage free-piston driver for hypervelocity expansion tubes. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently an Associate Professorr at The University of Adelaide.
  12. Doug Griffin (PhD 1997. Performance characteristics of free piston shock tunnels. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Manager of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Space Concurrent Design Facility, Chilton,UK.
  13. Sean Tuttle (PhD 1996. Measuring thrust and drag in a hypersonic impulse facility. Supervisor: Simmons). Currently a Senior Lecturer at the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW, Canberra.
  14. Leon Prucha (M.Eng.Sc., 1996. Trajectory optimisation for a small launch vehicle with a scramjet-powered second stage. Supervisor: Jacobs).
  15. Linda Porter (PhD 1996. High enthalpy, hypersonic drag measurements on blunt cones in an impulse facility. Supervisor: Mee). Currently a medical doctor in Brisbane.
  16. Andrew Neely (PhD 1996. Experimental and analytical study of a pilot superorbital expansion tube for aerothermodynamic testing to 13 kms-1 in air. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently an Associate Professor at the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW, Canberra.
  17. Peter Barker (PhD 1996. The development of laser based diagnostic techniques for application to supersonic and hypersonic flows. Supervisor: Rubenstein-Dunlop). Currently Professor in Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics at University College London, UK.
  18. Michael Wendt (PhD 1995. Supersonic combustion in a constant area duct. Supervisor: Stalker). Deceased.
  19. Allan Paull (M.Eng.Sc., 1995. A theoretical and experimental investigation into the test flow disturbances in an expansion tube. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Research Leader of the Applied Hypersonics Branch at DSTO, Brisbane.

1990 - 1994

  1. Ken Skinner (PhD 1994. Mass spectrometry in shock tunnel experiments of hypersonic combustion. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently at DSTO, Adelaide.
  2. Peter Holmes (M.Eng.Sc., 1994. Trends in space technology. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Principal Strategic Initiatives Advisor at Virgin Australia
  3. David Buttsworth (PhD 1994. Shock induced mixing and combustion in scramjets. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently a Professor at the University of Southern Queensland.
  4. Robert Bakos (PhD 1994. An investigation of test flow nonequilibrium effects on scramjet combustion. Supervisor: Morgan). Currenlty Principal at Innoveering Technologies LLC, New York, USA.
  5. Samih Nabulsi (M.Eng.Sc., 1993. Shock wave interaction with a movable wall. Supervisor: Page). Currently Cook Medical Brisbane.
  6. Robert Mallet (PhD 1993. A numerical study of hypersonic leeward flow over the delta wing of the Hermes spacecraft using a parallel architecture supercomputer. Supervisor: Macrossan). Currently at Safety Analysis, California, USA.
  7. Robert Krek (PhD 1993. Shuttle orbiter and inclined cone flows in a free piston shock tunnel. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently an Associate at SKM, Brisbane.
  8. Gabrielle Kelly (PhD 1993. A study of Reynolds analogy in a hypersonic boundary layer using a new skin fraction gauge. Supervisor: Simmons).
  9. Adam Duval (M.Eng.Sc., 1993. The launch of microprojectiles from a high speed shock driven macroprojectile. Supervisor: Page).
  10. Geoffrey Cathcart (PhD 1993. Numerical simulation of aerodynamic drag reduction and contamination protection of a satellite in low earth orbit. Supervisor: Macrossan).
  11. Craig Brescianini (PhD 1992. An investigation of the wall-injected scramjet: an experimental and numerical study of the wall-injected scramjet at high-enthalpy conditions. Supervisor: Morgan). Currently Portfolio Manager & Research Analyst at Acadian Asset Management, Inc.
  12. Sean Tuttle (M.Eng.Sc., 1991. A drag measurement technique for hypervelocity impulse facilities. Supervisor: Simmons). Currently a Senior Lecturer at the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW, Canberra.
  13. Andrew Neely (M.Eng.Sc., 1991. Investigation of high enthalpy, hypervelocity flows of ionising argon in an expansion tube. Supervisor: Stalker), Currently an Associate Professor at the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW, Canberra.
  14. Yaping He (PhD 1991, Transition and heat transfer in compressible boundary layer flow over a flat plate. Supervisor: Morgan), Currently Senior Lecturer and Head of Programme for Fire Safety Engineering at the University of Western Sydney.
  15. Robert Casey (PhD 1990, An investigation of supersonic and hypersonic hydrogen mixing and combustion. Supervisor: Morgan), Currently Principal Engineer, RT Casey Pty Ltd.

1986 - 1989

  1. Conrad Stacey (PhD 1989, Swept shock wave/boundary layer interactions at high mach number. Supervisor: Simmons), Currently Director of Stacey Agnew Pty Ltd, Brisbane.
  2. Simon Sanderson (M.Eng.Sc., 1989, Drag measurement techniques for short flow duration hypervelocity shock tunnels. Supervisor: Simmons). Currently Fuels Engineering Manager at Boeing, Portland, Oregon.
  3. Clyde Anderson (PhD 1989. Atmospherically driven free piston air shocktube for sugarcane bagasse ignition characterization. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Executive Director of Clyde Anderson Pty Ltd, Brisbane.
  4. Michael Smart (M.Eng.Sc., 1988. Analysis of a scramjet nozzle exhaust: an analytical study of the flow field in the nozzle exhaust of a vertical strut injected scramjet for the purposes of thrust calculation. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Professor of Hypersonic Propulsion at UQ.
  5. Noel Morris (M.Eng.Sc., 1988. Silane as an ignition aid in scramjets. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently a Research Fellow at UQ.
  6. Christopher Gourlay (PhD 1988. The flow-field generated by inclined ramp tabs in a rocket nozzle exhaust. Supervisor: Simmons). Currently Director of Operations, UniQuest, Brisbane.
  7. David Mee (PhD 1987. Investigation of swept shock wave boundary layer interactions. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Head of School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering at UQ.
  8. Bruce Leslie (M.Eng.Sc., 1986. A flow visualization study of ramp tabs in a supersonic nozzle. Supervisor: Simmons). Currently Director of Leslie Consulting Engineers, Brisbane.
  9. Terry Cain (M.Eng.Sc., 1986. Compression ignition driven shock tubes. Supervisor: Stalker). Currently Director of Gas Dynamics Ltd, Farnborough, UK.