Discover the basic fluid dynamic concepts behind aircraft analysis and design.
David Darmofal is a Professor in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT and member of the MIT Aerospace Computational Design Laboratory. His principal areas of interest are computational methods for fluid and aerodynamic design; robust design of turbomachinery including effects of manufacturing and wear; and engineering education innovation. In recognition of excellence in teaching and advising, he was honored with the MIT School of Engineering Bose Award for Junior Faculty in 2002, appointed as an MIT MacVicar Faculty Fellow in 2004, and received the MIT Earll M. Murman Award for Excelllence in Undergraduate Advising in 2011.
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