Boundary layer flow over several immersed bodies is seen using rheoscopic fluid in a small flume.

Boundary layer flow over several immersed bodies is seen using rheoscopic fluid in a small flume.

By Eric Fauble and Jason Brownstein for Spring 2014 Team Second.
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Changing the angle of attack of an airfoil changes the attachment of the boundary layer, here visualized by rheoscopic fluid (fish scales) in a water flume.
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