IV4 || Robbie Cooper

IV4 || Robbie Cooper

This is an image of a 3D printed Airfoil suspended in a flume chamber. This was taken on a Canon EOS 70D.


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  • Martin Allsbrook
    Dec 14, 2022 10:24

    It’s so cool how practical this photo is and how you’re applying what you’ve learned

  • Max Patwardhan
    Dec 13, 2022 12:28

    Awesome to see flow over an airfoil! I would be very interested in seeing your report, and what sort of analysis you performed on the fluid.

  • Nathan Gallagher
    Nov 30, 2022 17:05

    Nice work! The colors are subtle but add a lot to the image.

  • Heider Iacometti
    Nov 30, 2022 10:13

    I like the shadow of the airfoil.

  • Lana Pivarnik
    Nov 16, 2022 09:13

    I like that you chose to go with the blue color, this image seems to be from a movie.

  • Cole Smith
    Nov 8, 2022 21:07

    I think this image is a great demonstration of the dye sticking to the foil as it passes over it, and I like the transition from slightly turbulent before the leading edge, to big waves and swirls after it has passed over the wing.

  • Kendall Shepherd
    Nov 7, 2022 12:36

    I like that you went with a blue color scale, instead of just black and white. Like Prof. Koch said, it does look very Harry Potter like.

  • Maridith Stading
    Nov 7, 2022 12:33

    The blue overlay is quite beautiful, but it is difficult to tell whether it is “better” with the overlay without seeing the original.

    Why did you use blue?

  • Ryan Wells
    Nov 7, 2022 12:32

    I really enjoyed this image because of how the air foil almost controls the flow. We often think of an airfoil as disrupting fluid flow but in this the “jagged” flow is almost organized better by the airfoil. Great job

  • Kelsie Kerr
    Nov 7, 2022 12:28

    I really like that you chose the blue color for your image. It adds a super interesting dimension to the image and it is really impactful!

  • Will Dietz
    Nov 7, 2022 12:26

    The jagged path of the dye is a really neat effect that you can see throughout the flow


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