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2001 ASME FLUIDS ENGINEERING DIVISION AWARDS
The recipients of 2001 ASME Fluid Engineering Division Awards are as follows:
Prof. Ramesh Agarwal
, Wichita State University, Kansas, received
2001 Fluids Engineering Award
for his pioneering work in computational fluid dynamics and contributions to the development and application of codes and methodologies for flow-field analysis in commercial aerospace systems. This award is conferred upon an individual for outstanding contributions over a period of years to the engineering profession and, in particular, to the field of fluids engineering through research, practice or teaching.
Dr. Carlos H. Hidrovo and
Prof. Douglas P. Hart
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, received
Robert T. Knapp Award
for the best paper presented to the Fluids Engineering Division dealing with analytical, numerical or laboratory research. The title of the paper is "
Dual Emission Laser Induced Fluorescence Technique (DELIF) for Oil Film Thickness and Temperature Measurements.
Prof. Hafiz M. Atassi
, professor of Aerospace and Mechanical engineering, University of Notre Dame, received
Lews F. Moody Award
for the best paper presented to the Fluids Engineering Division dealing with a topic useful in mechanical engineering practice. The title of the paper is "
Swirl in Turbomachinery Flows.
Dr. S. Gopalakrishnan
, Vice President of Technology at the pump division of Flowserve Corporation, received
2001 Fluid Machinery Design Award.
This award recognizes the excellence in the design of machinery involving significant fluid mechanics principles which benefits mankind as exemplified by product use within the past decade.
Congratulations to our colleagues for receiving this singular honor.
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