- I am an incoming PhD Mechanical Engineering student. In my free time I ask and attempt to answer intriguing questions about how our world works.This blog is my methods, thought processes, and developments in that search. Many great scientists and inventors before us, like Ben Franklin and the Wright Brothers conducted Basement Science with not much more than a genuine interest and a determined will. I hope you join me here, as I conduct Basement Science.
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Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, I hope you all are pursuing your interests and attempting to satisfy your curiosity. With many other good things, it is fun and rewarding, but can take hard work. Alright, in our wind tunnel project our … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientist, We return to wind tunnel construction. Our extended absence in construction is unfortunate, but this is a lesson in many pursuits which are not our day job. These evening and weekend tasks often hit delays and … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, Ever wonder why textbooks are so long? Well, I figured it out! Its because there is a lot of information out there to learn and it takes quite a few pieces of paper to fit it … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, Here we are, placing the last finishing touches on the entrance to the wind tunnel. This is pretty exciting! We are discussing today what is known at the honeycomb. I very briefly mentioned this part of … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, I am sorry, but of late I have been absent. This is due to what is commonly known as moving. It was a lot of work, but now we are back. For those concerned, I did … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, Wind Tunnel construction had taken a little break for our adventure into the world of interesting photos, but its time to meander back to our basements. Last time we planned the construction of the bell mouth … Continue reading