The Hypersonics and Applied Research Facility is a 65,000-square-foot building that is home to two cutting-edge wind tunnels, the only Mach 8 quiet wind tunnel in the world and the HYPULSE reflected shock/expansion tunnel.
Lizzy Frazier, a PhD student in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, was recently selected to receive the U.S. Department of Defense National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
Given the national trend and ongoing innovation, ICON faculty contributor Shanyue Guan envisions more UAV-based inspections, leading to more accurate and timely decisions about replacing or better maintaining and repairing infrastructure.
A new treatment, led by School of Materials Engineering Professor Xinghang Zhang, tested on a high-quality steel alloy produces extraordinary strength and plasticity, two traits that must typically be balanced rather than combined.
With the rise in digital supply chain software attacks, Purdue University researchers Sabine Brunswicker and Santiago Torres-Arias are building on new funding from Google to find solutions for the havoc these cyber threats can wreak on industry sectors and the overall economy.