Mechanical Engineering Heat Transfer Celebration (April 3-5, 2003)

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Video: Opening Dinner

0:00 Suresh Garimella
2:14 Ray Viskanta
9:16 Dan Hirleman
16:09 Pete McFadden
28:48 Bill Cottingham
34:01 Frank Incropera

Video: Hawkins Lecture: John Sununu

0:00 Dan Hirleman
2:11 Martin Jischke
6:33 John Sununu: The Engineer in the Public Policy Arena
50:30 Q&A

Video: History of Heat Transfer and Alumni Stories

0:00 Marcus Bianchi
4:03 Brent Webb (History of Purdue Heat Transfer)
22:18 Paul Zmola
39:10 Morris Ojalvo
44:03 Ray Viskanta
55:44 Charlie Fritsch
1:03:53 Louis Burmeister
1:13:43 Ray Chupp
1:22:30 Ed Drexler
1:27:43 Pinar Menguc
1:30:56 James Maughan
1:35:36 Dave Wolf
1:41:10 Mark Pellerin
1:46:47 Brent Webb
1:49:33 Marcus Bianchi wrap-up

Video: Bob Watts: Keep Your Eye on the Ball

0:00 Jay Gore introduction
2:10 video clip
4:09 Bob Watts (Ph.D. ’65)

Event Proceedings

(All files in Adobe Acrobat format)

2003 Heat Transfer Celebration Complete Program

The Legends of Purdue Heat Transfer
Brent W. Webb, Brigham Young University

Panel 1:  Contributions to Heat Transfer Research: Purdue and Beyond

Modeling of Solidification
Christoph Beckermann, University of Iowa

Phase Change Heat Transfer - A Review of Purdue Research
Vijay K. Dhir, University of California, Los Angeles

Characterization of Fine Particles Via Elliptically-Polarized Light Scattering
M. Pinar Mengüç, University of Kentucky

Smart Blending: Functional Fine-Scale Structures Formed by Intelligent Agitations in Multi-Component Melts
D. A. Zumbrunnen, Clemson University

Panel 2:  Heat Transfer Education

Thermal System Design at the University of Kansas
Louis C. Burmeister, University of Kansas

Teaching Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer
Gang Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Heat Transfer Education: Integration of the Thermal Sciences Stem
David P. DeWitt, Purdue University & Richard S. Figliola, Clemson University

Heat Transfer on Planetary Scales
Robert G. Watts, Tulane University

Panel 3:  Emerging Areas

AFM Imaging of Biological Membranes: Optimal Operation and Data Interpretation Through Understanding of Transport Phenomena
Tai-Hsi Fan & Andrei G. Fedorov, Georgia Institute of Technology

Nanoscale Mass Transport in Liquids
Arun Majumdar, University of California

Funding Trends for Basic Research in Heat Transfer: A National Science Foundation Perspective
Richard N. Smith, National Science Foundation

Transport Issues in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
C. Y. Wang, Pennsylvania State University