The Spring 2014 Y.C. Magazine shows that in addition to teaching science, Professor Tim Garrison, Ph.D., also takes spectacular photos of fluid mechanics at work in the article, "Keeping Up with the Flow." YCP's Graphic Design students combine citizenship with art and technology in the feature, "The Complete Package." In "The Student and The Unknown Vietnam Soldier" we learn about the role played by Michael Wherley '85 in the internment of the Unknown Vietnam Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Tim Garrison, Ph.D. shows how he captures the "artistic side of engineering" by taking photos of colliding liquids on a drop collision course. He sets two drops of liquid on the same trajectory path and waits for their collision to occur. Once this happens, he takes images of the impact throughout the different stages of its manifestation using a Canon 5D Mark III DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera and a macro lens designed for close-up photography.
Read the full feature, "Keeping Up with the Flow," in the Spring 2014 Y.C. Magazine.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the ceremony to entomb the remains of an Unknown Soldier from Vietnam at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Mike Wherley '85, a Vietnam veteran himself, a member of the U.S. Army Special Forces played a pivotal role in making that event possible.
Read the full feature, "The Student and the Unknown Vietnam Soldier" by Bruce Wall in the Spring 2014 Y.C. Magazine.