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Non-Newtownian Fluid Dynamics Lab

Non-Newtownian Fluid Dynamics Lab

The Non-Newtownian Fluid Dynamics Lab is actively involved in research in a number of different areas including: the dynamics of complex fluids; laminar and turbulent drag redution; the development and utilization of superhydrophobic surfaces; shear and extensional rheology of a number of different complex fluids; non-Newtonian fluid dynamics; microfluidics; nanotechnology; non-isothermal flows; hydrodynamic stability; and polymer processing. On our lab website, you will find a number of short examples of active research along with links to the corresponding publications and graduate students responsible for the work.

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