Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame


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Samuel Paolucci

Office:  117L Cushing Hall of Engineering

Phone:  574-631-8110

Email:  Samuel.Paolucci.1@nd.edu

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Current Positions
Professor, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Concurrent Professor, Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics 
Director, C-SWARM, Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Reactive Materials

Education
Ph.D., Cornell University

Research Interests
Dr. Paolucci is currently conducting research in the areas of energy losses in buildings and combustion.

Relevant Energy Publications

  1. “Balancing energy efficiency and structural performance through multi-objective shape optimization: Case study of a rapidly deployable origami-inspired shelter”, by: Quaglia, C. P.; Yu, N.; Thrall, A. P.; et al., ENERGY AND BUILDINGS  Volume: 82   Pages: 733-745   Published: OCT 2014.
  2. “WAMR: An adaptive wavelet method for the simulation of compressible reacting flow. Part I”, Accuracy and efficiency of algorithm, by: Paolucci, Samuel; Zikoski, Zachary J.; Wirasaet, Damrongsak, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS  Volume: 272   Pages: 814-841   Published: SEP 1 2014.
  3. “WAMR: An adaptive wavelet method for the simulation of compressible reacting flow. Part II”, The parallel algorithm, by: Paolucci, Samuel; Zikoski, Zachary J.; Grenga, Temistocle, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS  Volume: 272   Pages: 842-864   Published: SEP 1 2014.
  4. “Free convective flow from a heated vertical wall immersed in a thermally stratified environment”, by: Paolucci, Samuel; Zikoski, Zachary J., INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER  Volume: 67   Pages: 1062-1071   Published: DEC 2013.
  5. “Analysis of the spatio-temporal scales of laminar premixed flames near equilibrium”, by: Al-Khateeb, Ashraf N.; Powers, Joseph M.; Paolucci, Samuel, COMBUSTION THEORY AND MODELLING  Volume: 17   Issue: 1   Pages: 76-108   Published: FEB 1 2013.
  6. “Numerical simulation of edge flames initiation and propagation using an adaptive wavelet collocation method”, by: Martelli, E.; Valorani, M.; Paolucci, S.; et al., PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE  Volume: 34   Pages: 1077-1084   Part: 1   Published: 2013.