Using High-Speed Diagnostics to Study Reacting Flows

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Engaged Scholarship, Facilities & Labs, Faculty & Staff, Research, Students, World Class Engineering | 0 comments

Jacqueline O’ Connor, assistant professor of mechanical engineering; graduate students Meghan Borz, Wyatt Culler, Sam Hansford, and Anand Makwana; and undergraduate student Joe Crane discuss their research in the Reacting Flow Dynamics Laboratory.

The lab focuses on issues of reacting flows for energy and propulsion applications. High-speed laser diagnostics and other state-of-the-art experimental techniques are used in research areas such as combustion, hydrodynamic instability, and thermoacoustics.

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