Design and construction of instrumented flow experiment and Labview data acquisition system for a novel air motor.
Development of a moisture transport model for water vapor in a hot air flow.
Development of Labview data acquisition system for a moisture transport flow experiment.
Development and evaluation of energy balance equations for water evaporating into an air stream.
Development of design equations for a finned cylinder condenser.
Development of flow performance experiments and Labview data acquisition system for a novel 3D printer.
Conversion of intricate 3D CAD model to machine drawings for fabrication.
Conversion of 3D CAD model file type and parameterization of model dimensions to facilitate ease of future updates and fabrication.
About the Founder, Don Jordan, Ph.D.
After nearly two decades working at the University of Virginia as a research scientist (with projects involving DARPA, ONR and Boeing) and as an award winning engineering teacher, Don Jordan left the public sector in 2015 to found Dojo Research & Consulting to help companies tackle their engineering challenges and to pursue a number of internal engineering research projects.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin 1998
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1990