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Virtual Fluids

Zone C: Tempe campus

Fluid flows surround us and impact our lives in many ways. This makes the task of predicting fluid motion very crucial in engineering applications. Thanks to modern computing power, researchers can simulate fluid motion on computers for a variety of applications going from aeronautics to coastal engineering. Virtual Reality is used to sort through and visualize the massive amount of data generated from these simulations. Participants in this activity will be immersed in a virtual laboratory using a VR headset. Within this virtual space, they will be able to interact with their whole bodies with sample simulation data generated by Kasbaoui Research Group, specializing in high-fidelity and large-scale simulations of fluid flows.

 

 

 

Engineering

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

At the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, we see a changing world that needs your ideas. We are fostering a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion that enables our students to imagine a better world where everyone can contribute to engineering solutions for society’s pressing challenges in energy, health, sustainability, security and education. Come see how students, faculty and researchers working in 25 undergraduate programs and 47 graduate programs are advancing research and innovation at scale, revolutionizing engineering education and expanding global outreach and partner engagement.