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ESP Biography



JORDANNA DEANE, Stanford student studying CEE




Major: Environmental engineering

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: G

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

My name is Jordanna Deane and I'm 21 years old. I am from Trinidad and Tobago (which is located in the southern Caribbean near Venezuela). I am currently a senior and coterm in Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology. Even though I am set to graduate in June 2012, I will be staying at Stanford for the foreseeable future to complete a PhD. My main interests are in fluid dynamics theory as well as flooding and the intersection of human water use and the environment.



Past Classes

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E2191: Water Bottle Rockets in Splash! Spring 2012
What do garden hoses and Boeing 747s have in common? This class will teach you about Bernoulli's principle- one of the fundamental aspects of fluid mechanics. To understand the theory, we will build water bottle rockets and test the effects of changing the shape and weight of the rocket. Students will compete in teams to build the most aerodynamic rocket.