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Hui Hu | Dupont

Investigator: Hui Hu Sponsor: Dupont Award Title:  Testing of Dupont’s Anti-Icing Solution For Wind Turbine Icing Mitigation Award Amount: $20,749 Award Period Date: June 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018   Status: Ongoing

Hui Hu receives Jischke Professorship

Hui Hu, Professor of Aerospace Engineering, has received the Martic C. Jischke Professorship.  Hu’s research focuses on developing and applying advanced flow diagnostic techniques to study various complex thermal flow problems. In addition to conducting experimental researches on wind turbine aeromechanics, by using the Iowa State’s Icing Research Tunnel (ISU-IRT), he is also studying aircraft … Continue reading Hui Hu receives Jischke Professorship

Cracking the ice problem

Three aerospace engineering professors are combining their talents to investigate a widespread issue in the field of aerospace engineering. Ashraf Bastawros, Wei Hong, and Hui Hu will all contribute their expertise to a three-year NASA project which will explore mitigating icing on aircrafts. NASA, seeking data on reducing ice adhesion, as well as improving ice … Continue reading Cracking the ice problem

Dr. Sarkar and Dr. Hu attend international wind engineering workshop

The Department of Aerospace Engineering had two representatives at the U.S.–Japan workshop on wind engineering in May at the University of Tokyo. Dr. Hui Hu and Dr. Partha Sarkar participated in the sixth international workshop, with this year’s theme being “Windstorm Hazard Reduction of Critical Infrastructure.” With both the United States and Japan suffering from … Continue reading Dr. Sarkar and Dr. Hu attend international wind engineering workshop

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