Dr.-Ing. Jens Neugebauer

Dr.-Ing. Senior Engineer, Deputy Head of Department

Jens Neugebauer

Contact

University of Duisburg-Essen
Department of mechanical Engineering
Ship Technology and Ocean Engineering
Bismarckstarsse 69, 47057 Duisburg, Germany
Phone: +49 203 379-1168
E-Mail:jens.neugebauer[at]uni-due.de

CV

  • Present Positions
    Senior Engineer, Deputy Head of Department
     
  • Professional Activities
    seit 05/2006    Research Assosiate at University of Duisburg-Essen Department of mechanical Engineering Ship Technology and Ocean Engineering
    2005 – 2006    Research Assistant at University of Duisburg-Essen Department of mechanical Engineering Ship Technology and Ocean Engineering
    2003 – 2004    Research assistant in the mechanics department at the University of Duisburg, Supervision of the FEM seminar and the mechanics II exercise
  • Education
    2006                Thesis
    2005                Interdisciplinary project work:
                             Einsatz von Verfahren für die Berechnung der viskosen Umströmung eines Zweischraubers mit Anhängen und
                             Bestimmung des Anstellwinkels von Wellenbockarmen unter Berücksichtigung des Propellereinflusse
    1999-2006      Study of ship technology at the University of Duisburg-Essen

Teaching

Lectures

  • Lecture and exercise ship design I / basics of ship design
  • Lecture and exercise ship design II

Exercises

  • Exercise on Ship Hydrodynamics III - Maneuvering
  • Exercise on the subject of ship hydrodynamics IV - sea behavior

Doctorate

Jens Neugebauer, (2015)

"Conception and Validation of a Sloshing Test Facility Including Optical Flow Measurement and Development of a Decision Support System Approach for Sloshing Impact Loads"

Research

  • Planning and construction of a 6-DoF sloshing system at the University of Duisburg-Essen
  • Prediction of the aerodynamic and hydrodynamic forces acting on ships in the Elbe area to determine the required tug performance
  • Calculation of the fluid-structure interaction of ship propellers