Areas of Expertise
Dr. Golubev is a tenured Professor at the Department of Aerospace Engineering of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He joined the school in 2001 following a 3-year industrial engineering research experience at the Trane Co. His primary research interests include high-fidelity numerical analyses of unsteady flow-structure interactions with focus on applications in aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, propulsion and flow control. He developed computational high-fidelity prediction analyses also applied to other disciplines such as financial engineering. At Embry-Riddle, Dr. Golubev is the founding Director of ERAU Propulsion and Aerodynamics Computational Laboratory. He now leads an interdisciplinary Computational Aero Propulsion Group of multi-university Florida Center for Advanced Aero Propulsion combining faculty and students from different academic programs and collaborating in multi-disciplinary areas of Flow, Flight and Propulsion Control of Micro-Air Vehicles, with focus both on fundamental and applied science of MAV operation in gusty urban environments. Dr. Golubev authored over 60 refereed journal and conference publications and was a Keynote speaker at several engineering meetings. His research efforts are currently supported by NSF, Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Florida Center for Advanced Aero Propulsion, and United Launch Alliance. He has been a member of AIAA Aeroacoustics Technical Committee since 2005, and served as organizer and co-organizer of two AIAA Aeroacoustics meetings and numerous conference sessions. Dr. Golubev is an AIAA Associate Fellow, and has served for several years as the Air Force/ASEE and NASA Summer Faculty Fellow. Dr. Golubev is the 2011 recipient of ERAU Outstanding Researcher Award.
- Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Aerospace Engineering, University of Notre Dame
- M.S. - Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, University of Notre Dame
- Synthetic Jet-Based Robust MAV Flight Controller
- Wake Vortex Safety Analysis in the Context of UAS Integration in the NAS
- Aeroelastic Gust-Airfoil Interaction Numerical Studies
- Self-Sustained Flow-Acoustic Interactions in Airfoil Transitional Boundary Layers
- Large Eddy Simulations of Liftoff Noise Reduction
V.V. Golubev and H.M. Atassi, "Unsteady Swirling Flows in Annular Cascades. Part 1. Evolution of Incident Disturbances", AIAA Journal, Vol. 38, No. 7, 2000, pp. 1142-1149.
V.V. Golubev and H.M. Atassi, "Unsteady Swirling Flows in Annular Cascades. Part II. Aerodynamic Blade Response", AIAA Journal, Vol. 38, No. 7, 2000, pp. 1150-1158.
V.V. Golubev and H.M. Atassi, "Acoustic-Vorticity Waves in Swirling Flows", Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 209, No. 2, 1998, pp. 203-222.
V.V. Golubev and H.M. Atassi, "Sound Propagation in Swirling Flows", International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, Vol. 2, No. 3, 1997, pp. 115-122.
V.V. Golubev, "Pre-Surge Unsteady Flow Phenomena in a Two-Stage Centrifugal Compressor with Vaneless Diffusers",Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Unsteady Aerodynamics, Aeroacoustics and Aeroelasticity of Turbomachines, Lyon, France, September 4-8, 2000.
H. Atassi, M. Fitzmaurice, V. Golubev, B. Hadidi, "Evolution of Large Scale Disturbances in swirling Flows", 52nd Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, New Orleans, November 21-23, 1999.
V.V. Golubev, H.M. Atassi and A. Ali, "Effect of Swirling Flow on Sound Radiated from a Fan Subject to a Gust", AIAA Pape No. 99-l844, Proceedings of the 5th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference and Exhibit, 10-12 May, 1999, Bellevue, WA, pp. 287- 295.
V.V. Golubev and H.M. Atassi, "Numerical Implementation of Inflow/Outflow Conditions for Time- Harmonic Turbomachinery Flows", NCA-Vol. 2, Proceedings of ASME Noise Control and Acoustics Division, pp. 397-404, 1998.
H.M. Atassi and V.V. Golubev, "Evolution of Disturbances in Annular Swirling Flows", FEDSM 98- 4879, Proceedings of the Symposium on Advances in Numerical Modeling of Aerodynamics and Hydrodynarnics in Turbomachinery, ASME FED Meeting, 21-25 June, 1998, Washington, D.C.