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Mechanical Engineering

College of Engineering and Applied Science

Department Research

Interested in a specific area of research? Contact our faculty directly below.

A photo of laser diagnostics of turbulent flames.

Combustion and Heat Transfer

This area of focus delves into concepts of turbulent mixing, turbulent combustion, radiative heat transfer, combustion simulation, laser diagnostics, convective heat transfer, turbulent fluid dynamics, syngas production, alternative fuels, biomass gasification, laser diagnostics, reactive flows and CFD.

Associated faculty: Erica Belmont, Paul Dellenback, Michael Stoellinger

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Aerodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Wind Energy

This research has applications in experimental fluid dynamics and aerodynamics and computational fluid dynamics.

Associated faculty: Dimitri Mavriplis, Jonathan Naughton

Image depicting fracturing at a microscopic level in biomedical materials.

Mechanics and Materials

Discover more about materials science, physics-based multiscale modeling of material failure, mechanics of materials and computational methods of materials science.

Associated facultyDilpuneet AidhyDennis Coon, Ray Fertig, Carl Frick

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Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Building Room 2052

Postal: Dept. 3295 1000 E. University

Courier (FEDEX, UPS, etc); 16th & Gibbon

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307.766.2122

Fax: 307.766.2695


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