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Flow Visualization & Simulation Gallery

Posted on May 18th, 2011

Many of the visualizations linked below require a media player. Please download the latest Windows Media Player or Apple Quick Time player in order to view them. Image Gallery: Flow Types, Hydraulic Structures, Flow Transport, and Interaction Processes Visualizations: Fluid Mechanics Topics/Processes Visualizations: Fluid Mechanics Concepts Simulation Samples Please send comments or questions to: marian-muste@uiowa.edu […]

Videotapes and CDs

Posted on March 30th, 2011

Digitized Hunter Rouse Movies This widely used fluid mechanics film series, which was produced at IIHR under the direction of Hunter Rouse, now is available on video cassette tapes. The six films have been reproduced on two 90-minute cassettes and are available only in com­plete sets, in a vari­ety of formats, for $200. (Please see […]

Instrumentation and Technology

Posted on February 3rd, 2011

One of IIHR’s strengths is found in its continuing visionary commitment to maintaining and enhancing its experimental facilities, while at the same time pioneering efforts in high-speed computational analysis and simulation of complex flow phenomena. This combination perhaps makes IIHR unique among fluids research laboratories, and permits varying, yet complementary, approaches for investigation and solution […]

Fact Page (IIHR at a Glance)

Posted on June 1st, 2010

IIHR is a unit of the University of Iowa College of Engineering IIHR currently enrolls about 90 graduate students: 33 percent MS and 67 percent PhD 79 percent men and 21 percent women IIHR graduate students represent 16 countries: Bhutan, China, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iran, Italy, Malaysia, Nepal, Peru, South Korea, Trinidad and […]

History

Posted on June 1st, 2010

Historic Photo Gallery Situated on the Iowa River in Iowa City, Iowa, IIHR seeks to be a leader in hydroscience and engineering research, and to educate students to be future leaders in these areas. The education IIHR provides in the theoretical and computational aspects of fluid flow, combined with hands-on engineering practice, attracts a vibrant […]

One of IIHR's several flumes, used for teaching and research

Consider Graduate Studies at IIHR

Posted on May 19th, 2010

IIHR graduate students obtain hands-on experience and training in site-specific investigations and field studies leading to cutting-edge degrees and careers.

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