Category: Mechanical Engineering
A pursuit of high-caliber experiences in engineering has led Sarah Walter on a cross-national career journey, spanning from Canada to Germany.
A team of researchers have developed a novel way of distinguishing the atomic and molecular level thermal non-equilibrium in nanoscale materials, which can have a significant impact in the area of heat transfer according to one Iowa State University professor. Xinwei Wang, professor of mechanical engineering (ME) at Iowa State, was one of the authors … Continue reading Recent paper advances research in the field of heat transfer
Alberto Passalacqua, associate professor of mechanical engineering and associate director of the Center for Multiphase Flow Research and Education (CoMFRE), is leading the development of the software OpenQBMM at Iowa State. OpenQBMM is an open-source multiphase flow computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software designed to simulate the behavior of flows with particles, bubbles, or droplets. … Continue reading OpenQBMM software simulates multiphase flow behavior
Energy storage reliability and safety could be improved on everything from electric vehicles to wind turbines because of a research project involving an interdisciplinary team of Iowa State University engineers. Chao Hu, assistant professor of mechanical engineering (ME), is the principal investigator (PI) on a project titled “Physics-Based Probabilistic Prognostics for Battery Health Management.” Simon … Continue reading Opposites attract: Cyclone engineers team up to improve battery reliability and safety
ME/ChE 632: Multiphase Flow gives students unique hands-on education and experience in multiphase flows, backed by the exceptional expertise of Iowa State’s Center for Multiphase Flow and Research Education’s (CoMFRE) faculty members.
College of Engineering faculty and staff have been named winners of 2020 college awards, honoring their outstanding accomplishments and contributions.
When Sebastien Mueller (‘19 mech engr) was young, his dad told a story about his quest to “save the Dahu,” a goat whose legs are shorter on one side than the other, making it so Dahus can only walk in circles around their mountain homes. The story was the inspiration behind the name for the … Continue reading Iowa State alum turns passion project into a reality with the help of Boyd Lab
From New Jersey to Australia to Michigan to California and back to Ames, Sara Mayne has done a lot during her short time as a mechanical engineering student at Iowa State University. Mayne grew up in South New Jersey, east of Philadelphia. She was attracted to STEM at an early age because of her parents, … Continue reading ME student hopes NASA internship will propel her to career in aeronautic or automotive industry
Seven engineering graduate students were the recipients of Iowa State University Graduate and Professional Student Senate awards for excellence in teaching, research and leadership.
Every spring, Engineering Student Council select Cyclone Engineering faculty, staff and students who have demonstrated leadership over the past year.
Four student-athletes from the College of Engineering were named to the All-Cyclone Team, which honors one student-athlete from each sport who recorded the highest GPA.