- 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.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
To all, Here is an interesting photo I captured while in flight. I love looking out of the window during flights because you can see a lot of very interesting things, and this one I had not seen before. It … Continue reading
Dear Fellows of the Basement Science Research Consortium, For those new to the field, it is an important lesson to learn that the longer and more complicated the organization name, the more prestigious and talented the group. Therefore, we are … Continue reading
Welcome all to Basement Science, Hello, this is Ben Washington and you are reading our blog of Basement Science. I say “our” because I hope for you to perform your own research as well. We are a fledgling research group … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, Here we are, on to more construction. You may say, “What, I thought this was science not wood shop class!” Well, to conduct experimental science you have to build stuff. So, that is what we continue … Continue reading
Fellow Basement Scientists, Where we stand now is we have our “tunnel” and our measurement/test stand. We need to complete construction of our tunnel. Let’s now review the few basic remaining parts of a wind tunnel. Please refer to my … Continue reading