A mathematical model linking these vortices with more pedestrian types, like smoke rings, could help engineers control their behavior in power generation and more.
Demystifying vortex rings in nuclear fusion, supernovae
$130M Electric Vehicle Center launches at U-Michigan
A former auto industry executive has been named director of the state-funded center.
Testing batteries for safety and performance without opening them up
A new formula makes sense of the way batteries respond to different alternating current frequencies, revealing materials, structures, faults and more.
High number of NSF CAREER awards, with more still under review
Sustainable fuels, democratized programming tools, and Internet censorship countermeasures are a few of the projects’ broad potential impacts.
New NAE members developed low-cost surgical device and transformational approach to design
The National Academy of Engineering will induct Shorya Awtar and Panos Papalambros, Michigan Engineering professors.
U-M researchers helping to develop a machine for on-demand N95 mask manufacturing
A new industry partnership seeks to enable on-demand local manufacturing of next-generation N95s with innovative designs and materials.