Michael Mueller

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Website: http://mae.princeton.edu/people/faculty/mueller

Office: E-Quad, D332

Phone: 609-258-5191

Research interests: High-fidelity numerical modeling of turbulent combustion. Applications to improving efficiency and performance, minimizing emissions, and reducing cost in reciprogating engines, aircraft engines, and stationary gas turbines.


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  • Applied Math

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