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|Blackstock, David||Mechanical Engineering||-High-intensity Sound -Sonic Booms and Noise -Medical Ultrasonics Dr. Blackstock's research is in physical acoustics, particularly nonlinear acoustics.|
|Bogard, David||Mechanical Engineering||-Turbine Blade Cooling -Turbulence Structure and Drag Reduction -Thermal/Fluid Measurement Techniques Dr. Bogard currently directs research programs in turbine blade cooling and advanced drag …|
|Bourell, David||Mechanical Engineering||-Materials Processing -Mechanical Behavior of Materials -Powder Processing -Materials Selection Dr. Bourell's research interests include deformation processing, powder processing, failure …|
|Bratu, Stephane||Mechanical Engineering||Operations Research, Statistics, Pricing and Revenue Management, and Demand-Management Decision Systems|
|Bryant, Michael||Mechanical Engineering||-Friction and Wear (Tribology) -Mechatronics -Integrated Systems Design Dr. Bryant specializes in dry sliding devices (brakes and brushes) and the design of …|
|Chen, Dongmei||Mechanical Engineering||Dr. Chen's current research focuses on non-linear control theory and its application in electrical vehicle and alternative energy systems, including the modeling and control of fuel cells, …|
|Crawford, Michael||Mechanical Engineering||-Convective Heat and Mass Transfer -Gas Turbine Heat Transfer -Turbulence Modeling Dr. Crawford's expertise is in convective heat transfer and turbulence modeling.|
|Crawford, Richard||Mechanical Engineering||Computer-aided engineering design Geometric modeling for design Solid freeform fabrication|
|Cullinan, Michael||Mechanical Engineering||Development of novel nanomanufacturing systems Finding ways to exploit nanoscale physical phenomena in order to improve existing macroscale devices Create novel micro- and nanoscale devices for …|
|Deinert, Mark||Mechanical Engineering||Dr. Deinert's research centers on problems that fall broadly into the areas of energy and fluid systems. He uses tools from engineering analysis, thermodynamics, statistical physics and …|