Air is entrained in a rolling hydraulic jump as flow (from right to left) recovers from acceleration over an obstacle in a flume.

Air is entrained in a rolling hydraulic jump as flow (from right to left) recovers from acceleration over an obstacle in a flume.

By Da Zhou, Andrei Molchanov, Zack Stein, Stephen Wong. for Spring 2014 Team First.
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