Joshua Daniel Blake (Josh)
Graduate Research Assistant

jdb621@cavs.msstate.edu

Office: HPC 365
Phone: (903) 812-4391

 

Biography:
Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering 2011
Masters in Aerospace Engineering 2013
Currently pursuing a PhD in Aerospace Engineering
Research Interest:
Aeroacoustics, synthetic turbulence, CFD, Solidification/Melting Processes, Aircraft Icing, UAV's, Turbulence, Design Optimization
Hobbies:
Music recording, rock climbing, tennis


Selected PublicationsTotal Publications by Joshua Daniel Blake (Josh):  4 
Burgreen, GW, Bhushan, S., Wang, X., Chambers, B., Blake, J., Thompson, D., & Foster, J. W. (2017). High-Fidelity Unsteady Flow Simulation Strategy for Ground Vehicle Fording and Swimming. NATO CSO STO AVT-265 Specialist Meeting. Vilnius, Lithuania. [Abstract]

Blake, J., Thompson, D., Raps, D., & Strobl, T. (2015). Modeling the Freezing of Supercooled Water Droplets Impacting a Cooled Substrate. AIAA Journal. 53(7), 1725-1739. DOI:10.2514/1.J053391. [Abstract]

Blake, J., Thompson, D., Raps, D., & Strobl, T. (2014). Effects of Surface Characteristics and Droplet Diameter on the Freezing of Supercooled Water Droplets Impacting a Cooled Substrate. AIAA Aviation 2014, Paper 2014-2328. Atlanta, GA.

Blake, J., Thompson, D., Raps, D., & Strobl, T. (2014). Modeling the Freezing of Supercooled Water Droplets Impacting a Cooled Substrate. SciTech 2014. National Harbor, MD: AIAA. [Abstract]