A cylinder submerged in water is coated with molasses, viewed from above.

A cylinder submerged in water is coated with molasses, viewed from above.

By Kelsey Anderson, Haleigh Cook, Samuel Ballard, and Scott Wieland for Fall 2015 Team Second.
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Molasses streams off an underwater upright cylinder, illustrating long spikes formed by the Rayleigh Taylor instability at low Re and moderate Atwood number.
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A stream of molasses falling through water piles up on a transparent transverse cylinder.

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