The main goal of this proposal is to understand the fundamental mechanisms of electronic and thermal breakdowns in multilayer films (MLFs) and develop viable approaches to further enhance their breakdown strength and lifetime.
The objective of the present project is to study the interactions of a gas-phase chemical inhibitor and the structure of coflow (cup-burner) diffusion flames, which bear some resemblance to real fires, and thereby gain better understanding of flame extinguishment and retardation mechanisms.
Focuses on air-ionic liquid, solid-ionic liquid and vacuum-ionic liquid interfaces in microgravity environment for on-board CO2 removal from air, taking advantage of the high absorption capacity and selectivity of ionic liquids (ILs) towards CO2.
This event allows participants to showcase their engineering skills in a friendly competition as a nice break from classes with the opportunity to earn cash provided by the Case Alumni Association! Come take a break and have some fun at KSL!
Celebrate the field of engineering with STEM activities led by more than 160 Case Western Reserve students and staff. Open to preK-8th grade students and their families. No pre-registration required. Contact Me'lani Joseph for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy a variety of board, card and video games, including a modified version of field hockey with our maze following robot, Sunny. Attendees are also encouraged to bring any of their own games they might want to play. Snacks will be provided, so come enjoy a night of fun and games!