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Bubbly Wake and Submarines

Posted on July 2nd, 2015

Pablo Carrica tapped a pencil on the desk, impatiently watching his computer screen. He was running a simulation of the flow of oil and gas in an underground reservoir, a task he had completed hundreds, perhaps thousands, of times in his job at a large Spanish oil company. “The work was pretty repetitive, and not […]

Pablo Carrica: Enjoying the Challenge

Posted on March 1st, 2012

Work is a pleasure for IIHR Research Engineer Pablo Carrica. “I like the challenge of discovery,” he says. “You can try and figure out something that nobody has figured out before.” Carrica, who is also an associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering, says his education in nuclear engineering is uniquely suited to his work. […]

February 2012

Posted on February 27th, 2012

The Winter 2011-12 issue of IIHR Currents has been published on the web at http://www.pageturnpro.com/University-of-Iowa-College-of-Engineering/35944-IIHR-Currents/index.html#1. The issue focuses on the many collaborations and partnerships IIHR–Hydroscience & Engineering has within the University of Iowa and beyond. Also included are profiles on graduate students Luciana Kindl Da Cunha of Brazil and Tibebu Ayalew of Ethiopia; Brad Reuter, […]

Winds of Change

Posted on January 19th, 2012

IIHR Research Engineer Pablo Carrica helped the University of Iowa acquire and set up a small wind turbine that he now uses to teach experimental methods and procedures to UI engineering students.

The UI wind turbine is specially designed for educational use.

Course Supports Sustainable Energy

Posted on June 7th, 2011

Students in the College of Engineering’s Experimental Engineering course are developing hands-on experience with a source of sustainable energy—The University of Iowa’s 37-foot wind turbine.

Education

Posted on June 1st, 2010

A Multidisciplinary Approach IIHR gives graduate students the tools they need to address complex global issues through a multidisciplinary education that integrates: An understanding of the physics of flow and flow-related processes Development of analysis, modeling, and simulation skills Use of state-of-the-art equipment, instrumentation, and computer methods An understanding of environmental, economic, social, and international […]

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