We are looking to find a MS or a PhD student that is interested in computational radiative heat transfer modeling with a strong foundation on undergraduate fluid/solid mechanics and heat-transfer for applications of concentrated solar energy storage and thermochemical catalysis.
Please check out the details posted in the advertisement and respond with the necessary documents.
Poster Title: "Developing a Microfluidic Flow Cell to Evaluate Materials for Selective Redox Shuttle Catalysis in Solar Water Splitting Devices"
You did a great job, Connor! Congrats!
ME 530 (Advanced Heat Transfer) students did a fantastic job presenting their final class projects that included computational heat-transfer analyses for various applications -- laser-based additive manufacturing, optimizing fin design for a transfer case, heat-transfer analyses for welding, packed-bed solar thermal energy storage, and regenerator design for cooling a rocket engine. Great job everyone!