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Excellence in Turbomachinery Research: The Best of the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference

Excellence in Turbomachinery Research: The Best of the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference International Journal of Turbomachinery Propulsion and Power Editorial Excellence in Turbomachinery Research: The Best of the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference Marcello Manna Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale, Università di Napoli Federico II, via Claudio 21, 80125 Naples, Italy; marcello.manna@unina.it; Tel.: +39-081-7683287; Fax: +39-081-2394165 The COVID-19 pandemic has not prevented the regular development of the dissemi- nation activities promoted by Euroturbo (www.euroturbo.eu, accessed on 25 August 2022), the European Turbomachinery Society, the world leader not-for-profit international scien- tific organization committed to the dissemination, exchange, and publication of top quality research in the field of turbomachinery, propulsion, and power generation. Those objectives are most noticeably achieved through the promotion and management of the European Turbomachinery Conferences (ETC) and of the Society journal, the International Journal of Turbomachinery, Propulsion, and Power [1] (www.mdpi.com/journal/ijtpp, accessed on 25 August 2022). Euroturbo has inherited and progressed the coordination work of the German and English Engineering Associations, VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure) and IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers), and of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, which has led to the ETC series, initiated nearly thirty years ago in Erlangen, Germany. Since then, the European Turbomachinery Conferences have gained popularity and international credit, so much that their proceedings have been included by Elsevier in the Scopus database, and by Clarivate in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), a clear indication of the fact that they represent the leading edge turbomachinery research, revealing emerging trends and new ideas before they appear in scientific journals. The Citation: Manna, M. Excellence in visibility and the impact of the articles offered to the ETCs, most of which are available for Turbomachinery Research: The Best free download in the Euroturbo repository, are undoubtedly huge. A further promotion of of the 14th European the top research embodied in the ETC proceedings is attained through the IJTPP, the society Turbomachinery Conference. Int. J. journal. The International Journal of Turbomachinery Propulsion and Power has been Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25. conceived to fill the existing gap of a high-quality international research platform granting https://doi.org/10.3390/ effective and unrestricted dissemination of the research findings to a wide readership. The ijtpp7030025 Open Access format of the journal contributes to meet those objectives while complying Received: 25 August 2022 with the EU policy to Open Science in Europe. Accepted: 26 August 2022 Because of the pandemic restrictions, the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference Published: 29 August 2022 was necessarily a virtual event, coordinated by the Institute for Fluid Flow Machinery of Publisher’s Note: MDPI stays neutral the Polish Academy of Science in Gdansk (IMP-PAN). As customary in the ETC series, with regard to jurisdictional claims in top-quality articles have been proposed for archival journal publication in the IJTPP and published maps and institutional affil- enjoyed prompt publication and immediate exposure. Out of all contributions accepted for iations. presentation at the conference, fifteen articles were rated of journal quality according to the very rigorous review process completed by a team of (at least) three independent reviewers coordinated by a senior scientist serving as Handling Editor, under the general coaching of the Society Review Chairman. The requirements to enter the excellence category are Copyright: © 2022 by the author. rather strict and unquestionable. To be elected of journal quality the average rating of all Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. reviewers must be above the journal threshold, the majority of them must be in favor of the This article is an open access article decision, and the Handling Editor needs to be in favor too. It goes without saying that the distributed under the terms and number of those articles is necessarily a small fraction of the whole set. Yet, their quality conditions of the Creative Commons is rather high. This is best shown with the help of the article access statistics reported in Attribution (CC BY-NC-ND) license Figure 1. In about one year of open access the average abstract view and full manuscript (https://creativecommons.org/ licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/). Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijtpp7030025 https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijtpp Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25 2 of 3 download rate is appreciably over one thousand, while the average citation rate is 1.2 (data not shown), a remarkable result indeed. Figure 1. Article access statistics gathered over one year of open access exposure; Brind and Pul- lan [2], Al-am et al. [3], Franke et al. [4], Foret et al. [5], Gaetani et al. [6], Lamidel et al. [7], Mar- ioni et al. [8], Sanz et al. [9], Wambersie et al. [10], Trompoukis et al. [11], Brandstetter et al. [12], Windemuth et al. [13], Schroeder et al. [14], Wittmann et al. [15], Liao et al. [16] (data from www.mdpi.com/journal/ijtpp, accessed on 25 August 2022). Nine of those fifteen papers are of computational nature, while six deal with exper- imental work. Many of them have either been internally supported by the contributing organizations or have been funded by their National Research Agencies. Turbine aerody- namic and aero-acoustic studies (Brind and Pullan [2], Al-am et al. [3], Franke et al. [4], Foret et al. [5], Gaetani et al. [6]) prevail over a compressor study (Lamidel et al. [7]), while attention has been paid to turbulence modelling and measurements (Marioni et al. [8] and Sanz et al. [9]). Advanced turbine heat transfer concepts have also been dealt through experimental and numerical studies (Wambersie et al. [10], Trompoukis et al. [11]). Un- steadiness attracts much interest in various fundamental research aspects as documented by the work of Brandstetter et al. [12] and Windemuth et al. [13]. Radial turbomachinery research is also considered in several details (Schroeder et al. [14], Wittmann et al. [15], Liao et al. [16]). While turbine remains the most popular subject category, other previously rarely addressed topics are attracting increasing interest. This reflects the community’s major research efforts aimed at identifying new technology leaps ready to be applied in the next generation of turbomachinery and turbomachinery-based propulsion and power system generation, meeting the energy transition challenge. Funding: This research received no external funding. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. References 1. Manna, M. The International Journal of Turbomachinery Propulsion and Power: The Open Access Dissemination Tool for Research on Turbomachinery. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2016, 1, 1. [CrossRef] 2. Brind, J.; Pullan, G. Modelling Turbine Acoustic Impedance. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 18. [CrossRef] 3. Al-Am, J.; Clair, V.; Giauque, A.; Boudet, J.; Gea-Aguilera, F. A Parametric Study on the LES Numerical Setup to Investigate Fan/OGV Broadband Noise. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 12. [CrossRef] 4. Franke, D.; Möller, D.; Jüngst, M.; Schiffer, H.-P.; Giersch, T.; Becker, B. Experimental Aerodynamic and Aeroelastic Investigation of a Transonic Compressor Rotor with Reduced Blade Count. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 19. [CrossRef] Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25 3 of 3 5. Foret, J.; Franke, D.; Klausmann, F.; Schneider, A.; Schiffer, H.-P.; Becker, B.; Müller, H. Experimental Aerodynamic and Aeroelastic Investigation of a Highly Loaded 1.5-Stage Transonic Compressor with Tandem Stator. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 21. [CrossRef] 6. Gaetani, P.; Persico, G. Influence of the Rotor-Driven Perturbation on the Stator-Exit Flow within a High-Pressure Gas Turbine Stage. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 28. [CrossRef] 7. Lamidel, D.; Daviller, G.; Roger, M.; Posson, H. Numerical Prediction of the Aerodynamics and Acoustics of a Tip Leakage Flow Using Large-Eddy Simulation. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 27. [CrossRef] 8. Frey Marioni, Y.; de Toledo Ortiz, E.A.; Cassinelli, A.; Montomoli, F.; Adami, P.; Vazquez, R. A Machine Learning Approach to Improve Turbulence Modelling from DNS Data Using Neural Networks. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 17. [CrossRef] 9. Sanz, W.; Scheier, D. Unsteady Simulation of a Transonic Turbine Stage with Focus on Turbulence Prediction. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 36. [CrossRef] 10. Wambersie, A.; Wong, H.; Ireland, P.; Mayo, I. Experiments of Transpiration Cooling Inspired Panel Cooling on a Turbine Blade Yielding Film Effectiveness Levels over 95%. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 16. [CrossRef] 11. Trompoukis, X.; Tsiakas, K.; Asouti, V.; Kontou, M.; Giannakoglou, K. Continuous Adjoint-Based Optimization of an Internally Cooled Turbine Blade—Mathematical Development and Application. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 20. [CrossRef] 12. Brandstetter, C.; Stapelfeldt, S. Analysis of a Linear Model for Non-Synchronous Vibrations Near Stall. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 26. [CrossRef] 13. Windemuth, C.; Lange, M.; Mailach, R. Analysis of the Unsteady Flow Field in a Steam Turbine Control Valve using Spectral Proper Orthogonal Decomposition. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 11. [CrossRef] 14. Schröder, T.R.; Schuster, S.; Brillert, D. Experimental Investigation of Centrifugal Flow in Rotor–Stator Cavities at High Reynolds Numbers >108. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 13. [CrossRef] 15. Wittmann, T.; Lück, S.; Bode, C.; Friedrichs, J. Modelling the Condensation Phenomena within the Radial Turbine of a Fuel Cell Turbocharger. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 23. [CrossRef] 16. Liao, M.; Si, Q.; Fan, M.; Wang, P.; Liu, Z.; Yuan, S.; Cui, Q.; Bois, G. Experimental Study on Flow Behavior of Unshrouded Impeller Centrifugal Pumps under Inlet Air Entrainment Condition. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 31. [CrossRef] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png "International Journal of Turbomachinery, Propulsion and Power" Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

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International Journal of Turbomachinery Propulsion and Power Editorial Excellence in Turbomachinery Research: The Best of the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference Marcello Manna Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale, Università di Napoli Federico II, via Claudio 21, 80125 Naples, Italy; marcello.manna@unina.it; Tel.: +39-081-7683287; Fax: +39-081-2394165 The COVID-19 pandemic has not prevented the regular development of the dissemi- nation activities promoted by Euroturbo (www.euroturbo.eu, accessed on 25 August 2022), the European Turbomachinery Society, the world leader not-for-profit international scien- tific organization committed to the dissemination, exchange, and publication of top quality research in the field of turbomachinery, propulsion, and power generation. Those objectives are most noticeably achieved through the promotion and management of the European Turbomachinery Conferences (ETC) and of the Society journal, the International Journal of Turbomachinery, Propulsion, and Power [1] (www.mdpi.com/journal/ijtpp, accessed on 25 August 2022). Euroturbo has inherited and progressed the coordination work of the German and English Engineering Associations, VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure) and IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers), and of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, which has led to the ETC series, initiated nearly thirty years ago in Erlangen, Germany. Since then, the European Turbomachinery Conferences have gained popularity and international credit, so much that their proceedings have been included by Elsevier in the Scopus database, and by Clarivate in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), a clear indication of the fact that they represent the leading edge turbomachinery research, revealing emerging trends and new ideas before they appear in scientific journals. The Citation: Manna, M. Excellence in visibility and the impact of the articles offered to the ETCs, most of which are available for Turbomachinery Research: The Best free download in the Euroturbo repository, are undoubtedly huge. A further promotion of of the 14th European the top research embodied in the ETC proceedings is attained through the IJTPP, the society Turbomachinery Conference. Int. J. journal. The International Journal of Turbomachinery Propulsion and Power has been Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25. conceived to fill the existing gap of a high-quality international research platform granting https://doi.org/10.3390/ effective and unrestricted dissemination of the research findings to a wide readership. The ijtpp7030025 Open Access format of the journal contributes to meet those objectives while complying Received: 25 August 2022 with the EU policy to Open Science in Europe. Accepted: 26 August 2022 Because of the pandemic restrictions, the 14th European Turbomachinery Conference Published: 29 August 2022 was necessarily a virtual event, coordinated by the Institute for Fluid Flow Machinery of Publisher’s Note: MDPI stays neutral the Polish Academy of Science in Gdansk (IMP-PAN). As customary in the ETC series, with regard to jurisdictional claims in top-quality articles have been proposed for archival journal publication in the IJTPP and published maps and institutional affil- enjoyed prompt publication and immediate exposure. Out of all contributions accepted for iations. presentation at the conference, fifteen articles were rated of journal quality according to the very rigorous review process completed by a team of (at least) three independent reviewers coordinated by a senior scientist serving as Handling Editor, under the general coaching of the Society Review Chairman. The requirements to enter the excellence category are Copyright: © 2022 by the author. rather strict and unquestionable. To be elected of journal quality the average rating of all Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. reviewers must be above the journal threshold, the majority of them must be in favor of the This article is an open access article decision, and the Handling Editor needs to be in favor too. It goes without saying that the distributed under the terms and number of those articles is necessarily a small fraction of the whole set. Yet, their quality conditions of the Creative Commons is rather high. This is best shown with the help of the article access statistics reported in Attribution (CC BY-NC-ND) license Figure 1. In about one year of open access the average abstract view and full manuscript (https://creativecommons.org/ licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/). Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijtpp7030025 https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijtpp Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25 2 of 3 download rate is appreciably over one thousand, while the average citation rate is 1.2 (data not shown), a remarkable result indeed. Figure 1. Article access statistics gathered over one year of open access exposure; Brind and Pul- lan [2], Al-am et al. [3], Franke et al. [4], Foret et al. [5], Gaetani et al. [6], Lamidel et al. [7], Mar- ioni et al. [8], Sanz et al. [9], Wambersie et al. [10], Trompoukis et al. [11], Brandstetter et al. [12], Windemuth et al. [13], Schroeder et al. [14], Wittmann et al. [15], Liao et al. [16] (data from www.mdpi.com/journal/ijtpp, accessed on 25 August 2022). Nine of those fifteen papers are of computational nature, while six deal with exper- imental work. Many of them have either been internally supported by the contributing organizations or have been funded by their National Research Agencies. Turbine aerody- namic and aero-acoustic studies (Brind and Pullan [2], Al-am et al. [3], Franke et al. [4], Foret et al. [5], Gaetani et al. [6]) prevail over a compressor study (Lamidel et al. [7]), while attention has been paid to turbulence modelling and measurements (Marioni et al. [8] and Sanz et al. [9]). Advanced turbine heat transfer concepts have also been dealt through experimental and numerical studies (Wambersie et al. [10], Trompoukis et al. [11]). Un- steadiness attracts much interest in various fundamental research aspects as documented by the work of Brandstetter et al. [12] and Windemuth et al. [13]. Radial turbomachinery research is also considered in several details (Schroeder et al. [14], Wittmann et al. [15], Liao et al. [16]). While turbine remains the most popular subject category, other previously rarely addressed topics are attracting increasing interest. This reflects the community’s major research efforts aimed at identifying new technology leaps ready to be applied in the next generation of turbomachinery and turbomachinery-based propulsion and power system generation, meeting the energy transition challenge. Funding: This research received no external funding. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. References 1. Manna, M. The International Journal of Turbomachinery Propulsion and Power: The Open Access Dissemination Tool for Research on Turbomachinery. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2016, 1, 1. [CrossRef] 2. Brind, J.; Pullan, G. Modelling Turbine Acoustic Impedance. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 18. [CrossRef] 3. Al-Am, J.; Clair, V.; Giauque, A.; Boudet, J.; Gea-Aguilera, F. A Parametric Study on the LES Numerical Setup to Investigate Fan/OGV Broadband Noise. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 12. [CrossRef] 4. Franke, D.; Möller, D.; Jüngst, M.; Schiffer, H.-P.; Giersch, T.; Becker, B. Experimental Aerodynamic and Aeroelastic Investigation of a Transonic Compressor Rotor with Reduced Blade Count. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 19. [CrossRef] Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2022, 7, 25 3 of 3 5. Foret, J.; Franke, D.; Klausmann, F.; Schneider, A.; Schiffer, H.-P.; Becker, B.; Müller, H. Experimental Aerodynamic and Aeroelastic Investigation of a Highly Loaded 1.5-Stage Transonic Compressor with Tandem Stator. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 21. [CrossRef] 6. Gaetani, P.; Persico, G. Influence of the Rotor-Driven Perturbation on the Stator-Exit Flow within a High-Pressure Gas Turbine Stage. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 28. [CrossRef] 7. Lamidel, D.; Daviller, G.; Roger, M.; Posson, H. Numerical Prediction of the Aerodynamics and Acoustics of a Tip Leakage Flow Using Large-Eddy Simulation. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 27. [CrossRef] 8. Frey Marioni, Y.; de Toledo Ortiz, E.A.; Cassinelli, A.; Montomoli, F.; Adami, P.; Vazquez, R. A Machine Learning Approach to Improve Turbulence Modelling from DNS Data Using Neural Networks. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 17. [CrossRef] 9. Sanz, W.; Scheier, D. Unsteady Simulation of a Transonic Turbine Stage with Focus on Turbulence Prediction. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 36. [CrossRef] 10. Wambersie, A.; Wong, H.; Ireland, P.; Mayo, I. Experiments of Transpiration Cooling Inspired Panel Cooling on a Turbine Blade Yielding Film Effectiveness Levels over 95%. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 16. [CrossRef] 11. Trompoukis, X.; Tsiakas, K.; Asouti, V.; Kontou, M.; Giannakoglou, K. Continuous Adjoint-Based Optimization of an Internally Cooled Turbine Blade—Mathematical Development and Application. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 20. [CrossRef] 12. Brandstetter, C.; Stapelfeldt, S. Analysis of a Linear Model for Non-Synchronous Vibrations Near Stall. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 26. [CrossRef] 13. Windemuth, C.; Lange, M.; Mailach, R. Analysis of the Unsteady Flow Field in a Steam Turbine Control Valve using Spectral Proper Orthogonal Decomposition. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 11. [CrossRef] 14. Schröder, T.R.; Schuster, S.; Brillert, D. Experimental Investigation of Centrifugal Flow in Rotor–Stator Cavities at High Reynolds Numbers >108. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 13. [CrossRef] 15. Wittmann, T.; Lück, S.; Bode, C.; Friedrichs, J. Modelling the Condensation Phenomena within the Radial Turbine of a Fuel Cell Turbocharger. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 23. [CrossRef] 16. Liao, M.; Si, Q.; Fan, M.; Wang, P.; Liu, Z.; Yuan, S.; Cui, Q.; Bois, G. Experimental Study on Flow Behavior of Unshrouded Impeller Centrifugal Pumps under Inlet Air Entrainment Condition. Int. J. Turbomach. Propuls. Power 2021, 6, 31. [CrossRef]

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