Our work in the Flux Lab capitalizes on the use of feature aspect ratio to enhance or control transport. Flux is characterized by a rate and an associated area. We commonly exploit the use of area with high aspect ratio structures (nano/microscale as well as mesoscale) to influence the rate of heat and mass transfer.

News

Aug 2019:

Dr. Iverson presents work regarding condensation at superhydrophobic surfaces at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.

Jun 2019:

Dr. Iverson, Aaron Bame and Joe Furner visit the Hunter power plant in Castledale, UT identifying conditions of operation for a replicate model.

Jun 2019:

Rydge Mulford defends his dissertation and completes his PhD degree.  Congratulations!

May 2019:

Austin Foster defends his thesis and completes his M.S. degree.  Congratulations!

May 2019:

Dr. Iverson presents work regarding condensation at superhydrophobic surfaces at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

Apr 2019:

Derric Syme defends his thesis and completes his M.S./MBA degree.  Congratulations!

Funding Sources

National Science Foundation

NASA

Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium

Utah

Brigham Young University