Dr Ed Brambley
- 2011-present: Royal Society University Research Fellow, University of Cambridge
- 2007-2011: Junior Research Fellow, Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge
- 2004-2007: PhD, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
- 2003-2004: MMath (distinction, formerly Part III Mathematics), University of Cambridge
- 2000-2003: BA (Hons) Mathematics (first class), University of Cambridge
Ed is a member of the Waves research group in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP). His current research interests include aeroacoustics and wave interaction at fluid-solid interfaces.
- Brambley, "Surface modes in sheared boundary layers over impedance linings", J. Sound Vib., submitted 2012.
- Rienstra, Darau & Brambley, "The trailing vorticity field behind a point source in 2D incompressible linear shear flow", J. Fluid Mech., 2012 (in press).
- Brambley, Darau & Rienstra, "The critical layer in linear-shear boundary layers over acoustic linings", J. Fluid Mech., 2012.
- Brambley, Davis & Peake, "Eigenmodes of lined flow ducts with rigid splices", J. Fluid Mech., 2012.
- Brambley, "Acoustic implications of a thin viscous boundary layer over a compliant surface or permeable liner", J. Fluid Mech., 2011.
- Brambley, "A well-posed boundary condition for acoustic liners in straight ducts with flow" AIAA J., 2011.
- Brambley, "Fundamental problems with the model of uniform flow over acoustic linings" J. Sound Vib., 2009.
- Brambley & Peake, "Stability and acoustic scattering in a cylindrical thin shell containing compressible mean flow", J. Fluid Mech., 2008.
- Brambley & Peake, "Sound transmission in strongly curved slowly varying cylindrical ducts with flow", J. Fluid Mech., 2008.
- Brambley & Peake, "Classification of aeroacoustically relevant surface modes in cylindrical lined ducts", Wave Motion, 2006.