Flow at

Liberty

University for

Innovation &

Design

Our Goal

To maximize Christ’s glory by earning recognition in providing timely, rigorous, and viable computational fluid dynamics analyses.

Our Research

We do research on all things "fluid dynamics."¹

Covid-19

We model the airborne spread of disease by leveraging high-performance computing , studying a novel respiratory treatment and creating new ventilator designs. Learn more->


Deep Dive into Physics

This includes study on ultrasonic levitation, droplet atomization, turbulence modeling, formula car aerodynamics, supercavitating torpedoes and more. Learn more->

Health/Environmental

We study aspects including waste reduction and reclamation, energy efficiency and reclamation, food safety, and efficient nasal therapy. Learn more->

Bioengineering

We have investigated the fluid dynamics of shark skin and dolphin skin, developed a beetle-inspired fire extinguisher, and studied flow in the brain. Learn more->

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Computing

We are currently researching quantum computing heat transfer, artificial intelligence applied to fluid control and self-driven model development, and high performance computing. Learn more->

Industrial Applications

We have researched nuclear power plant design, chemical reactor design, and energy generation. Learn more->

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Questions?

Contact wstrasser@liberty.edu to get more information on the projects

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