Marius Wilhelm

German Aerospace Center (DLR) • Research Engineer

Mr. Marius Wilhelm joined the DLR-Institute of Space Propulsion in 2014. During that time he was allocated inside the advanced nozzles group responsible for automation and software analysis of nozzle and flow tests with Schlieren high speed imaging. Afterwards he worked in the gel propellants group investigating low frequency combustion instabilities. In 2015 he has been working on liquid high energy monopropellants. Research work was especially done on thermal ignition, spray, ignition and combustion behavior. In 2016 he became part of the test facilities group and has been responsible for design and construction of M11 vacuum test facility for research on advanced orbital propulsion systems.


International Astronautical Congress 2019

21-25 October 2019

Washington, United States