Provides support for research projects, such as: Develop and define a new performance metric that represents the overall thermal performance of the building envelope; and, Develop a simplified approach and methodology to help HVAC designer to properly account for the thermal characteristics of the building envelope. Work on developing experiments and simulations for inverse heat transfer laboratory efforts under the supervision of Professor Frankel. Evaluate procedures and offers new procedural directions for supporting existing and new experiments and data reduction techniques. Assists in training both undergraduate and graduate students working in the Inverse Heat Conduction lab located in M-0017 Dougherty Engineering Building. These students are working on research projects.
Position Available Immediately and Open until Filled.
Internal Number: 171468
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