Seven fluids demonstration devices grouped in four entries.*
Goal: create simple fluids-based demonstration devices for classroom engagements and outreach activities.
Significance: display beauty and complexity of fluid motion
instant set up, self-contained and interactive, no clean up
material cost < US$50 (each)
accessible to all ages regardless of science backgrounds
Sources of inspiration: works of Prof. Tony Maxworthy and artist Meisetsu Watanabe
Further info: Shakerin, S., “Low-Cost Fluids Demonstrations…,” The Physics Teacher, to appear in 2018.
Acknowledgement: Funding provided by the Faculty Research Committee of the University of the Pacific.
* continuation of "Photogenic Fluids I-IV" exhibited at the 2014 GFM in San Francisco.
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