Lunchlezing - Osborne Reynolds
On the life and work of Osborne Reynolds (1842 – 1912) - A voyage through turbulence
By prof. J. Derek Jackson (University of Manchester)
Wednesday June 24th - Lecture Room E (F005)
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Almost everyone with a physics or chemistry background is familiar with the famous Reynolds number, indicating a laminar, transitional or turbulent flow regime. But who was the scientist behind this dimensionless number? Prof. J. Derek Jackson, who is related to the same university as Osborne Reynolds, will tell you during this fascinating lunch meeting.