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Dr. Wayne Strasser

Dr. Wayne Strasser

Professor of Mechanical Engineering

wstrasser@liberty.edu
(434) 582-7021

Education

  • Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering (CFD) – Virginia Tech
  • M.S. Mechanical Engineering (CFD) – Clemson University
  • B.S. Chemical Engineering – Clemson University

Research Group

F.L.U.I.D. (Flow at Liberty University for Innovation & Design)

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Specialty Areas

  • CFD
  • Multiphase reactors
  • Industrial equipment
  • Turbulence
  • Unsteadiness

Biography

Personal Mission Statement: “To maximize Christ’s glory by earning recognition in providing timely, rigorous, and viable computational fluid dynamics analyses.”

Dr. Wayne Strasser has provided computational solutions to problems related to fluids, reactions, and phase change for various global industry partners for 25 years, resulting in increased energy utilization and improved product yield valued at tens of millions (USD) annually.

The thrusts of his current research include optimization of a transonic self-sustaining pulsatile airblast atomizer and hybrid RANS-LES modeling of primary atomization. He has 36 patents in the US, plus those abroad.

He is a registered P.E. in three US states, an ASME Fellow, an Executive Director for ASTFE, the TFEC2019 Conference Co-Chair, and operates a private CFD consulting company. He previously chaired the ASME Fluid Applications and Systems Technical Committee and the ASME Honors and Awards Committee, but he now chairs the ASME Fluid Mechanics Technical Committee. He co-organizes two ASME symposia annually related to Industrial and Environmental flows, and he actively reviews articles for at least a dozen journals. For the Journal of Fluids Engineering, he is an Associate Editor in the areas of pumps and multiphase flows.

He also enjoys lively philosophical debate on the origin and meaning of life.

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Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers

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