## Osborne Reynolds and Engineering Science Today: Papers Presented at the Osborne Reynolds Centenary Symposium, University of Manchester, September 1968 |

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### Contents

Part of a letter to Horace Lamb dated 5 April 1895 page | 28 |

Letter to Horace Lamb dated 9 November 1892 | 30 |

The Crookes radiometer or lightmill | 39 |

Apparatus for boiling water in an open tube | 43 |

56 The dynamometer | 49 |

Diagram of flow through multistage hydraulic machines | 52 |

Illustration of dilatancy | 55 |

Experiments using colour bands in glass tubes | 62 |

Growth rate of sinusoidal disturbances to an inflexional parallel shear flow | 97 |

Schematic representation of disturbances to which an inflexional parallel shear flow is unstable | 98 |

Comparison of the experimental and theoretical determinations of that range of frequencies w within which disturbances to a constant pressure bound... | 104 |

Rootmeansquare velocity fluctuation divided by mean velocity plotted against a spanwise coordinate y at different distances downstream of a ribbon ... | 106 |

Geometrical interpretation of how two plane periodic waves with | 107 |

Diagrammatic representation of rolls usually called secondary | 113 |

Townsends diagrammatic representation of a boundary between | 119 |

Monin and Obukhovs determination of fi | 125 |

Bed formation and other features of models of estuaries | 71 |

Arrangement of rotating shaft in Towers experiments | 74 |

1316 Towers Action of Lubrication diagrams | 75 |

MJLighthill | 83 |

Velocity profiles for parallel shear flows | 96 |

J E Ffowcs Williams | 147 |

ERG Eckert | 172 |

Delft Hydraulic Laboratories Netherlands | 225 |

FTBarwell | 240 |

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