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Seminar Edison Lecture: Dr. Norman J. Wagner, University of Delaware
The micromechanics of shear thickening fluids and their application as protective materials for medical professionals, first responders, football players, astronauts and spacecraft
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PhD Candidate Ian M. Giles - "Closed-Loop Control of Dynamic Stall"
A closed-loop control scheme for dynamic stall over an airfoil section from Bell Helicopter is presented. The detection scheme relies on the ability to detect the growth of an unsteady disturbance placed in the flow at the leading edge of the airfoil as flow separation occurs.
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PhD Candidate Aylin Acun - "Aged, Human‐Origin Engineered Myocardium Model To Study Reperfusion Injury"
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), such as myocardial infarction, is the primary cause of death worldwide. The current clinical approach after MI is reoxygenating the infarct heart tissue, however, this may lead to further damage due to the oxidative stress created, causing reperfusion injury (RI). Occurrence of CVDs and the related mortality drastically increases with age; over 69% of patients who die of such diseases are age 65 or older. Therefore, having a thorough understanding of the pathophysiology of CVDs in the elderly population is crucial.
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