In order to help support FYFD and continue its mission of bringing you a daily dose of fluidsy science, I will be posting occasional sponsored blog posts, beginning tomorrow. There Keep reading
2016 was a wild ride here at FYFD, full of lots of travel and crazy things like making the New York Times and doing radio interviews. I also revamped the YouTube channel and Keep reading
Hey guys, Tomorrow (October 14), I’m heading off on vacation for a couple weeks out of range of the Internet. I’ve queued up entries for while I’m gone and my Keep reading
This is FYFD’s 1500th post! Can you believe it? Fifteen hundred posts is a heck of a lot of fluid dynamics. I’ve covered everything from the teeny tiniest scales to Keep reading
New FYFD video! In which Dianna Cowern (Physics Girl) joins me to explore boundary layer transition and how a couple of small bits of roughness could be a huge problem Keep reading
The Brazil nut effect is a common name for the phenomenon where large particles tend to rise to the top of a mixture when it’s shaken. It’s also the subject Keep reading
Going with the flow Guys, I’m in Science! WHHHAAAAT?
Saturday I topped off a week of water-walking physics by holding a webcast with Professor Tadd Truscott and PhD student Randy Hurd of The Splash Lab. We had an absolutely Keep reading
Reminder: I’ll be doing a special webcast with Professor Tadd Truscott and PhD student Randy Hurd of The Splash Lab tomorrow Saturday, March 5th at 1pm EST! We’ll be talking about Keep reading
FYFD made it into the February issue of APS News! Click here to read the online version, which is way easier than deciphering my cell phone’s photos.