Group of students and professor displaying their test rack.
Students: Tere Alonso, Darren Allen, Gabriel Gonzalez, Dominic Proefrock, and Austin Webre Faculty Advisor: Dr. Raghu […]
Corrosion test rack
Research Team: Tyler Cushman, Graduate Student, University of Alaska Anchorage Dr. Raghu Srinivasan, Mentor, University of […]
With the decreasing presence of fuel reserves and the increasing need for power in today’s world, the development of clean renewable energy has never been more important.
Hydrokinetic technology has been around for many decades better known as hydroelectric dams. Hydrokinetic turbines produce electricity directly from the flowing water in a river or stream without the need of artificial head.
The technical requirements that UAA Rocketry must meet to perform in the Mini-MAV competition are summarized here.
Wind power systems have been recognized as one of the major, effective renewable systems capable of converting massive fluid flow into usable and maintainable power source.
A preliminary design for an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). The completed design will not be fully autonomous, but controlled through radio signals to propel itself and maneuver in a typical sized swimming pool.
The objective of this research project was to develop an sUAS (small Unmanned Aerial System) dropsonde glider.
The Society of Automotive Engineers hosts an annual design competition for engineering students. The competition challenges participants to design and build an off-road vehicle.
Students: Josh Heppner, Chris Joren, Tyler Kobelnyk Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: Dr. Jifeng Peng Client: Igiugig Community […]