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Research Summaries in 90 Seconds or Less!

Posted on September 15th, 2017

Four members of IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering’s research staff participated in the Communicating Ideas Workshop and recorded short video clips explaining their research.

Unsteady Aerodynamics

Posted on June 22nd, 2015

When James Buchholz arrived for a Summer Faculty Fellowship at the U.S. Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colo., last May, he was so excited to be back in the mountains, he immediately set out on a hike. The Assistant IIHR Research Engineer drove to the Florissant Fossil Beds, where he walked among the fossilized […]

A graceful light fixture outside SHL’s original entrance.

Spring Honors, Awards, and Recognition

Posted on June 5th, 2014

IIHR faculty and staff earned a wealth of honors this spring.

Wind Energy Research

Posted on November 12th, 2013

Overcoming the challenges of wind energy, and learning how to make it safe and efficient Can wind energy provide 20 percent of U.S. electricity needs by 2030? That’s the goal set by U.S. Department of Energy in 2007. More than five years later, a great many questions still need to be answered to make wind […]

Wind Energy: Power for the 21st Century

Posted on June 4th, 2013

IIHR’s James Buchholz is helping make Iowa a major player in energy-related research by focusing on wind turbine blade reliability and performance.

A new video produced by CGRER explores how research conducted by IIHR PhD student Seyed Mohammad Hajimirzaie (“Haji”) focuses on the flow structures around obstacles in rivers and steep mountain streams, such as mussels.

New Developments: Flow Structures around Mussels

Posted on November 13th, 2012

A new video produced by CGRER explores how research conducted by IIHR PhD student Seyed Mohammad Hajimirzaie (“Haji”) focuses on the flow structures around obstacles (such as mussels) in rivers and steep mountain streams.

The wake of an oscillating fin revealed using dye visualization.

Understanding the Flapping Wing

Posted on August 2nd, 2011

IIHR Assistant Research Engineer James Buchholz recently won a research grant from the U.S. Air Force to unravel the laws of physics that govern the flow patterns and forces that birds and insects create as they flap their wings to move through the air.

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