|Meriam at EGU in Vienna last week|
|Jim, Lily, and Nathan load three Em2 geomodels today|
Our Meriam is back from EGU 2013, where she respresented us in her four languages. She's jet-lagged and exhausted, but bears lots of good news.
Three Em2 models left this afternoon; off to do good things, way more than dots on a map to us.
Jim and I continued work on a thermal velocimeter for our models. A nifty concept used a lot for air. Not so easy to apply in water.
I should let this concept go for something simpler, but the physical interactions; thermodynamics, electronics, fluid mechanics, are fascinating.
|Notes in instruments for thermal velocimeter R&D|
|Power-resistance curves for thermistors we're testing|
|A thermistor being tested in the flume.|