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Blake P. Tullis

Blake P. Tullis

Professor, UWRL Associate Director, Water Engineering Division Head

Educational Background:

Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1996, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

M.S.E., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1992, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

B.S.E., Civil and Environmental Engineering; Spanish Minor, 1990, Utah State University, Logan, UT



Contact Information

Office Location: UWRL 217
Phone: (435) 797-3194
Fax: (435) 797-0296

Email: blake.tullis@usu.edu

Expertise:

Hydraulic/physical modeling; hydromachinery; valve testing; flow meter calibration; pump engineering and pump intakes; culvert design for environmentally sensitive installations, hydraulic resistance in channels/pipes with composite roughness, and erosion control.

Blake Tullis is a Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department and the Utah Water Research Laboratory. Blake Tullis is the Division Head for Water Division.  His general areas of research interests include hydraulics of nonlinear weirs (labyrinth and piano key weirs), weir submergence, cavitation, culvert hydraulics, culvert design for environmentally sensitive installations, hydraulic resistance in channels/pipes with composite roughness, and erosion control. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed journal publications, 9 book chapters, 1 book, and over 40 peer-reviewed conference papers and presentation.