Dr Danielle Joy Moreau

Senior Lecturer
Mech & Manufacturing Engineering
Contact details:
+61 2 9385 5428
+61 2 9663 1222

Ainsworth Building (J17)
Level 4, Room 408E
Kensington Campus

**An exciting UNSW Scientia PhD scholarship in aeroacoustics and turbulence is now available with the Flow Noise Group. Includes tuition fee waiver, $41k tax-free stipend and $10k support package. Please see: https://www.scientia.unsw.edu.au/scientia-phd-scholarships/airfoil-noise-production-real-world-turbulence

Dr Danielle Moreau is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of New South Wales. She is a member of the Flow Noise Group and her current research is in the field of aeroacoustics. Her research focuses on the understanding and control of flow-induced noise with the aim of quietening modern technologies such as submarines, wind turbines and aircraft. Dr Moreau's major research contributions have been in (i) wall-mounted finite airfoil aeroacoustics, (ii) airfoil trailing edge noise production and control, (iii) rotor, fan and wind turbine noise generation and (iv) bluff body aeroacoustics.

Experimental Facilities

The aerodynamics laboratory is based in J18 Willis Annexe, L201. Our main facilities and equipment include:

  • Subsonic closed test section (1.22 m wide x 0.91 m high) recirculating wind tunnel
  • Subsonic anechoic wind tunnel
  • Supersonic wind tunnel
  • A variety of acoustic point measurement techniques
  • Microphone beamforming arrays
  • Hot-wire anemometry
  • Highly accurate automated traverse systems
  • Laser diagnostics
  • Mean and unsteady surface pressure
  • High-channel-count DAQ systems