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Kenneth M. Bryden Ph.D.


Kenneth M. Bryden, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the department of mechanical engineering at Iowa State University.


Article
Virtual reality aids understanding of fluid analysis results   15 Mar, 2004
By: Kenneth M. Bryden Ph.D.

Virtual reality is beginning to have a major impact on engineering design by streamlining the process of converting analysis results into design solutions.

Article
Virtual reality aids understanding of fluid analysis results   15 Mar, 2004
By: Kenneth M. Bryden Ph.D.

Virtual reality is beginning to have a major impact on engineering design by streamlining the process of converting analysis results into design solutions.

Article
Virtual reality aids understanding of fluid analysis results   15 Mar, 2004
By: Kenneth M. Bryden Ph.D.

Virtual reality is beginning to have a major impact on engineering design by streamlining the process of converting analysis results into design solutions.

Article
Virtual reality aids understanding of fluid analysis results   15 Mar, 2004
By: Kenneth M. Bryden Ph.D.

Virtual reality is beginning to have a major impact on engineering design by streamlining the process of converting analysis results into design solutions.

Article
Virtual reality aids understanding of fluid analysis results   15 Mar, 2004
By: Kenneth M. Bryden Ph.D.

Virtual reality is beginning to have a major impact on engineering design by streamlining the process of converting analysis results into design solutions.



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