Virtual STEM Chat: Crack, Buzz, and Plop

Tuesday, July 7, 2020 11 a.m. to noon

Natural systems often inspire new methods to control fluids, or conversely, use fluids to control systems. Three fluid mechanic systems that might come to mind include: the jetting of microdroplets when peeling an orange, the droplet ejection off of a mosquito wing, and the splash alteration by compliant free-surface solids. These phenomena at the interface of biology and fluid mechanics can provide engineers with useful, inspired information for future designs. Join Assistant Professor Dr. Dickerson for a session that is sure to make you view fluids in a way you never have before!

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