Roshko Memorial Symposium
On Saturday, September 16, 2017, generations of family, friends, colleagues and students gathered for a day-long celebration of the life and work of Anatol Roshko. Hosted by GALCIT and the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, the event featured a symposium on the progress and unanswered questions of fluid dynamics, a field Roshko progressed significantly in his long career.
Exterior Ramo Auditorium
On Being an Anatol Student
From Mixing Layers to Vorticity Transport in Turbulent Shear Flow: A Search for ‘Mechanics’
High-Speed Jet Noise
Bluff Body and Separated Flows
Structure and Control of Reattaching Flows with Subharmonics of Anatol’s Canadian Roots
Anatol Roshko and Gas Dynamics
Entrainment in Turbulent Shear Flows or Why Does a Turbulent Mixing Layer Grow, and Why at the Rate it Does?
Anatol and Clouds
Vortex Induced Vibration
Unsteady Vortex Dynamics around Olympic Class Sailboats Due to Bodyweight Motions
Fresh Insight Leading to New Understanding in Classical Problems from Wall Bounded Flows to Bluff-Body Wakes
Unanswered Questions/Unmatched Challenges Panel Discussion