Conference Papers

UNM students have presented these winning papers at the AIAA Regional Student Conference

 

Undergraduate technical division:

Ignacio Trueba, Jason Yoo, “Investigation of Dalton’s law and Amagat’s law for mixtures using shock-wave propagation,” advisor: Prof. R. Truman; Presented paper at 2016 AIAA Region IV Student Conference;

Dylan Simons, 3rd place, “The Effect of the Atwood Number on the Planar Geometry of a Shocked Heavy Gas Column,” advisor: Prof. R. Truman; Presented paper at 2016 AIAA Region IV Student Conference;

Jesse Vigil, 1st place, “Second Wake Onset in the Flow Behind a Cylinder: Quantitative Flow Field Measurements,” advisor: Prof. P. Vorobieff; supported by NASA UNM PURSUE, presented paper at 2002 AIAA National Student Conference;

Blanca Montoya, 1st place, “A Novel Heat Transfer Augmentation Technique using Metal Hydride and Porous Expanded Graphite Composites,” advisors: Prof. A. Razani & Dr. K. Kim; supported by NASA UNM PURSUE, presented paper at 2001 AIAA National Student Conference;

Ken Christensen, 1st place, advisor: Prof. R. Truman; presented paper at 1996 AIAA National Student Conference;

Matt Domonkos, 1st place, presented paper at 1994 AIAA National Student Conference;

David Ceman, 1st place; advisor: Prof. R. Truman; presented paper at 1991 AIAA National Student Conference;

Josh Ludwigsen, 2nd place, “Analysis of the Fractal Dimension of a Dense Particle Curtain for Multi-Phase Flow Analysis,” advisor: Prof. R. Truman and Prof. Vorobieff; Presented paper at 2019 AIAA Region IV Student Conference;
Graduate technical division:

Pat Chavez, 1st place, “Design of an Optical Diagnostic for Turbulent Shear Flows,” advisor: Prof. R. Truman; supported by NASA UNM PURSUE and NASA UNM Center for Intelligent System Engineering, presented paper at 2001 AIAA National Student Conference

Daniel Freelong, 3rd place,” Reflections of a Shock Wave off a Sparse Curtain of Particles,” advised by Professors Peter Vorobieff and C. Randall Truman; Presented paper at 2019 AIAA Region IV Student Conference