Dr David Gregory-Smith, MA, PhD (Cantab), CEng, MIMechE
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Since graduation in 1963, he has held a variety of Industrial posts in the field of gas turbine engineering with the British Government, Rolls-Royce and Alstom Power. He joined Durham University in 1973, and retired as Emeritus reader in 2005, but continues do teach part-time and undertake research.
- Industrial aerodynamics
- Masters in Marketing
- Gregory-Smith DG, N.W. Harvey, M.G. Rose & M.D. Taylor (2000). Non-axisymmetric turbine end wall design: Part I three-dimensional linear design system. Journal of Turbomachinery 122 278-285
- Gregory-Smith DG, J.C. Hartland, N.W. Harvey & M.G. Rose (2000). Non-axisymmetric turbine end wall design: part II experimental validation. Journal of Turbomachinery 122 286-293
- Gregory-Smith DG, J. Yan & N.Z. Ince (1999). Profiled end-wall design for a turbine nozzle row. Proc. 3rd European Conference on Turbomachinery 1 453-464
- Gregory-Smith D. G., Williams, R.W. & He, L. (2006), A Study of Large Tip Clearance Flows in an Axial Compressor Cascade, ASME Turbo Expo: Power for Land, Sea, and Air 2006. Barcelona, Spain, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, GT2006-90463.
- Gregory-Smith D. G. & Hartland J.H (2002), A Design Method for the Profiling of End Walls in Turbines, ASME Turbo Expo 2002: Land, Sea and Air. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, GT2002-30433.
- Gregory-Smith D. G., Ingram I., Rose M.G., Harvey N. & Brennan G. (2002), The Effect of End-wall Profiling on Secondary Flow and Loss Development in a Turbine Cascade, ASME Turbo Expo 2002: Land, Sea and Air. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, GT2002-30339.
Journal papers: academic
- Ingram G., Gregory-Smith D.G. & Harvey N. (2005). Investigation of a novel secondary flow feature in a turbine cascade with end wall profiling. J. Turbomachinery 127: 209-214.
- Gregory-Smith D. G. & Crossland, S.C. (2001). Prediction of Turbomachinery Flow Physics from CFD - Review of Recent Computations of APPACET Test Cases. Task Quarterly 5(4): 407-432.
Journal papers: professional
- Baghbani, A & Gregory-Smith, D G (2003). A new infinite element for unbounded water wave problems. Applied Ocean Research 25(4): 213-223.
Available for media contact about:
- Engineering: Energy systems: engineering: energy systems
- Engineering: Other contexts: aerodynamics
- Engineering: Other contexts: fluid flow
- Engineering: Other contexts: jet engines
- Engineering: Other contexts: turbines and pumps
- Engineering: Other contexts: air and water jets