Geoffrey Ingram Taylor

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1961 University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
turbulent flow
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(1886 - 1975)
http://www.genealogy.math.ndsu.nodak.edu/id.php?id=18588

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Owen M. Phillips grad student Cambridge (E-Tree)
Alan A. Townsend grad student 1947 Cambridge
George Keith Batchelor grad student 1948 Cambridge (Oceanography Tree)
Walter F. Freiberger grad student 1953 Cambridge (MathTree)
Francis Bretherton grad student 1961 Cambridge (Oceanography Tree)
Kenneth A. Smith post-doc Cavendish Lab (Chemistry Tree)
Allan R. Robinson post-doc 1959-1960 Cambridge
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Taylor GI. (1971) A model for the boundary condition of a porous material. Part 1 Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 49: 319-326
Taylor GI. (1954) Diffusion and mass transport in tubes Proceedings of the Physical Society. Section B. 67: 857-869
Taylor GI. (1953) Formation of a vortex ring by giving an impulse to a circular disk and then dissolving it away [1] Journal of Applied Physics. 24: 104
Taylor GI. (1950) The boundary layer in the converging nozzle of a swirl atomizer Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. 3: 129-139
Taylor GI, Batchelor GK, Dryden HL, et al. (1949) The effect of wire gauze on small disturbances in a uniform stream Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. 2: 1-29
Taylor GI. (1948) The formation and enlargement of a circular hole in a thin plastic sheet Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. 1: 103-124
Taylor GI. (1930) Recent work on the flow of compressible fluids Journal of the London Mathematical Society. 224-240
Taylor GI. (1928) A manometer for use with small Pitot tubes Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 24: 74-75
Taylor GI. (1923) A relation between bertrand’s and kelvin’s theorems on impulses Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 413-414
Taylor GI. (1922) Diffusion by continuous movements Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. 196-212
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