CURRENT RESEARCH





Spray cooling- Suranjan

Electronic Package:
The purpose of this project is to determine the survivability of the Ringframe, Leadfream and SLIM/SHOCC due to thermal management.

Themal Stress Analysis in a SlIM/SHOCC Package

Micro Jet Impinging Array
A MEMS device that will be used in the next generation of electronics packaging.

Nonlinear Analysis of Plane Frames and Beam Elements

Aeroelastic Analysis of Bridge Girder Section Using Finite Element Modelling

Flutter Phenomenon in Aeroelastic Applications

Analysis of the All-Hts Tunable Filter:
This research focuses on the structural analysis of the filter package concentrating primaraly on the deflection and stress produced during loading.

Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Wind Engineering:
This study includes the use of adaptive  methods for finite element grids and for the finite element interpolating polynomials as driven by the error analysis.

Topography Effects on Tornado Path Deviation:
This study discusses the effects of terrain configurations on tornado's path deviation as well as the effects of the ratio (Vθ/Vt) on tornado's path deviation shape.

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Last Updated on Oct. 5th, 2000

            For more information contact :
            Dr. Panneer Selvam
            4190, Bell Engineering Center
            University of Arkansas
            Fayetteville, AR 72701
           (479) 575-5356