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Warren F. Phillips

Warren F. Phillips

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Professor Emeritus

Emphasis:

Theoretical/Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aerodynamics

Expertise:

Dr. Warren Phillips's research interests are in the area of aerodynamics and flight mechanics. His particular areas of interest include airfoil design and modeling, wing tip vortex effects in finite wing design, propeller performance analysis, development of aircraft design software, aircraft performance optimization, computational methods for incompressible fluid dynamics, and turbulence modeling in incompressible flow.

Warren Phillips retired at the end of fall 2013 from his position as Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE.) During his 41 year tenure as a MAE faculty member, he taught undergraduate and
graduate courses in fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, flight mechanics, and aircraft design.