Researchers have used high-speed video and numerical simulation to capture the effects of aerodynamics on jump roping. After videoing an athlete jumping rope and constructing a jump roping robot (shown Keep reading
Wired Science has published a gallery of fluid dynamics photos and videos, several of which have been featured here previously. There’s some neat stuff there, well worth checking out. # Keep reading
Dr. Seussian Mystery Fluid Could Have Saved Top Kill Wired article about using non-Newtonian fluids to plug leaking oil wells as we featured previously.
Ever notice the distinctive ring that forms in your kitchen sink when you turn the water on? This phenomenon is known as a hydraulic jump; it occurs when a fast Keep reading
New research suggests that icicles grow straighter when exposed to moving air while exposure to still air can cause icicles to sprout at their tips. To grow icicles, the researchers Keep reading