Researchers invent a quick and inexpensive process for printing flexible electronic circuitry.
New software tools speed up the development of wind turbine blades.
Recognizing Joseph Majdalani for receiving the AIAA Tennessee Section Special Award for mentoring and developing students capable of producing highly regarded scientific papers.
Applied research from the UT Magnet Development Lab advances the prospect of controlling nuclear fusion.
Co-editor: Matthew Mench
For full market implementation of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells to become a reality, two main limiting technical issues must be overcome- cost and durability. This book directly addresses the state-of-the-art advances in durability within every fuel cell stack component. Each chapter also includes visions of pathw
Author: Kenneth D. Kihm
The near-field region within an order of 100 nm from the solid interface is an exciting and crucial arena where many important multiscale transport phenomena are physically characterized. This book presents a number of label-free experimental techniques developed and tested for near-field fluid flow characterization.