» sciencegeekgirl writes about the flow vis. class of Jean Herzberg
Thursday, August 20th, 2009 2:20 pm
Contributed by: Stephanie Chasteen
most famous fluids tend to be transparent — air and water, for example.
This makes it hard for us to imagine how fluids are moving as members
of the general public, but also poses an interesting problem for
budding engineers. They need to know how to make fluids do what they
want them to do. So, Jean Herzberg in the Mechanical Engineering
teaches a flow visualization course here at CU. She does it in a fairly novel way, as a hands-on art and science course.
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