Tag: Boone Fleenor

  • Fluid Dynamics and Constructing a Flume

    By Boone Fleenor Faculty Mentor: Desmond Villalba Abstract Fluid dynamics is a physics discipline that describes the way fluids move and interact between themselves as well as their environment. To fabricate interactions and study the consequences, a controlled and isolated environment is required. A flume is an example of a controlled environment because it isolates…