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Parks Graduate Students Present their Research at the 36th Annual Dayton Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium

April 13, 2011
Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering, Parks College News, Research

Drs. LeBeau and McQuilling led three graduate students - Sally Warning, Nicholas Freed, and Bryan Arko - to present their research work at the 36th Annual Dayton Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium from February 28 - March 1, 2011.  SLU faculty and students were participants in four talks:

Warning, S., LeBeau, R., and Palotai, C.  “Orographic Cloud Formation and Evolution about Ice Giant Vortices”

Arko, B., and McQuilling, M.  “Computational Study of High Lift LPT Cascade Aerodynamics”

Freed, N., McQuilling, M., and Potvin, J.  “Annular Parachute Aerodynamics:  What’s the Big Deal?”

Lyall, M.E., King, P.I., Sondergaard, R., Clark, J.P., and McQuilling, M.  “Low Reynolds Number Loss Behavior of Highly Loaded Low Pressure Turbine Airfoils with Forward and Aft Loading”

Presentations by our three graduate students were well received, with several conference organizers commending our students on their research. 

 

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