Week 2 at Civil Engineering!

This past week has been quite exciting! We ran more debris flow and sediment transport experiments. In both set-ups we were able to capture some high-speed video footage. Hopefully by the end of this week we will have had a chance to take that video footage and analyze a bit of it. I’m really excited to see what type of data we have so far!

Outside of lab we made a trip to Target Field to watch the Twins play. For some of the people on the trip, it was their first time actually being at a game!

Take a look below for some cool pictures/videos of the past week!

-Teri

We saw an awesome fireworks display after watching a Twins victory at Target Field on Friday, June 20.

We saw an awesome fireworks display after watching a Twins victory at Target Field on Friday, June 20.

Jabari and Delaney work to set up the laser to run a sediment transport experiment.

Jabari and Delaney work to set up the laser to run a sediment transport experiment (6/23).

These kids went to their first live baseball game!

These kids went to their first live baseball game (6/20)!

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This is what our debris flow looks like!

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About toehmke

I am a Postdoctoral Diversity and Innovation Scholar at the University of New Hampshire in the Mechanical Engineering Department. My research area is the fate and transport of particulates/containments by turbulence.

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