Exp Fluids (2016) 57:3 DOI 10.1007/s00348-015-2094-4 EDITORIAL 1 2 3 4 Marcus Hultmark · Ivan Marusic · Beverley J. McKeon · Jonathan F. Morrison Published online: 11 December 2015 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015 The Extreme Flows Workshop was held in Princeton in The papers (all have been peer reviewed) in this topi- May 2014 to honor the contributions by Professor Lex cal issue are contributions from some of Lex’s students, Smits to the field of fluid dynamics. His work was repre - collaborators and friends. They cover characterization of sented through a mix of oral and poster presentations, and vorticity transport in unsteady aerodynamic configurations discussions covered the state of the art and challenges asso- (Dunne and McKeon 2015; Huang and Green 2015; Panah ciated with fundamental research over a range of Mach and et al. 2015; Williams et al. 2015a, b); scaling of the iner- Reynolds numbers, energy harvesting, biomimetic flows, tial region and an air–water outer interface in canonical wall vortex dynamics and the development of instrumentation turbulence up to high Reynolds numbers (Chung et al. 2015; and analysis techniques. The workshop captured Lex’s Madad et al. 2015); instrument development that enables holistic approach to research,
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