Thermal and Fluid Sciences Cluster

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Amy S. Fleischer, Ph.D.

Research: Research and development in the thermal-fluids field as applied to both thermal management of electronic devices and to the development and implementation of sustainable technologies including energy storage building materials, solar systems and power systems

Gerard F. "Jerry" Jones, Ph.D.

Gerard F. "Jerry" Jones, Ph.D.

Research: Thermal and flow management of multiscale systems, Heat transfer in composite heat exchangers and advanced fiber composite materials, Computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer, Constructal theory directed at the study of electronics cooling

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Alfonso Ortega, Ph.D.

Research: Flow and convective heat transfer in jets and complex flows,
Thermal management of electronic systems, Heat transfer and fluid mechanics in gas turbine technologies,
Energy technology

Justinus Satrio, Ph.D.

Justinus Satrio, Ph.D.

Aaron P. Wemhoff, Ph.D.

Aaron P. Wemhoff, Ph.D.

Research: Molecular Dynamics for Arbitrary Geometries (MDAG), Lumped HVAC (L-HVAC), Extension of the neoclassical theory of capillarity

Qianhong Wu, Ph.D.

Qianhong Wu, Ph.D.

Research: Cellular biomechanics, Porous media flow, Fluid dynamics

The geothermal wellbore simulator for research in ground sourced heat pump systems (LATFS)
Advanced liquid cooled micro heat exchangers being developed for cooling high power electronics (LATFS)
Dr. Amy Fleischer and her graduate assistants investigate advanced nano-enhanced phase change materials (NovaTherm)
Dr. Aaron Wemhoff and his graduate assistant investigate micro- and nano-scale thermal phenomena in the Multiscale System Analysis Laboratory (MSAL)
Dr. Qianhong Wu and his graduate assistants study the flow through porous media in the Cellular Biomechanics and Sports Science Laboratory (CBMSS)
Researchers in the Cellular Biomechanics and Sports Science Laboratory (CBMSS) are studying the compression of porous media with applications to lift generation for example in snow skis
Researchers in the Cellular Biomechanics and Sports Science Laboratory (CBMSS) are studying the compression of porous media with applications to lift generation for example in snow skis