A Lego man creates a convoluted cavity and when dropped in water, shown flipped vertically. The splash is in the crown regime, determined by Reynolds and Weber numbers.

A Lego man creates a convoluted cavity and when dropped in water, shown flipped vertically. The splash is in the crown regime, determined by Reynolds and Weber numbers.

By Eric Fauble, Alex Unger, Zac Rice, and Scott Hodges for Spring 2014 Team Third.
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