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von Kármán

[fȯn ′kär·män]
(fluid mechanics)
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THEODORE Von Karman, a famous Hungarian-American engineer, said that scientists discover the world that exists; engineers create the world that never was.
Led by the von Karman Institute in Belgium, the project involved scientists from 23 countries and about 50 universities for more than six years, VU said.
The international project is coordinated by Belgiums von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics.
11 January 2017 - US-based real estate investment manager Shopoff Realty Investments has acquired a three-story, 44,434-square-foot office building located at 4440 Von Karman Ave.
BY THEODORE VON KARMAN, CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Also, during the first quarter of 2012, the bank relocated its office to 17901 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 100, Irvine, CA 92614.
When one assumes the linear filament of the beam to remain orthogonal to the deformed middle surface, the transverse shear effects are neglected, and one obtains the so-called von Karman system (see [8]):
Polanyi and the Galileo Circle and physical influence on von Karman, von Neumann, Wigner, Teller and other "Martians" from Budapest.
I was especially interested in the building of the von Karman facility, which was named after Dr.
They had a conversation on Long Island--actually in Hap Arnold's staff car--in which Arnold told von Karman that he wanted Air Force research to be tied into the pivotal scientific communities in the United States.
Above: Von Karman Vortex Streets, Aleutian Islands, Alaska.