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Down to the Last Drop

The Energy Transport Laboratory has published a new study about droplet coalescence, an important process that affects droplet shedding on state-of-the-art oil-impregnated surfaces.

Ultrasonic Imaging to Assess Reactor Parts

Funded with $1 million from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Partnerships program, ME professor, Serife Tol, will be developing a quality assessment method for nuclear reactor parts using advanced ultrasonic imaging.

ME PhD student recognized with AVS Thin Film James Harper Award

Andrew Gayle, PhD candidate in U-M Mechanical Engineering, received the AVS Thin Film James Harper Award at the American Vacuum Society’s (AVS) 68th International Symposium for his talk, “Tunable ALD Infiltration into High-Aspect-Ratio Aerogels Enabled by Process Modeling for Solar Thermal Applications.”