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 Paul Richard Heinrich Blasius (1883–1970) was a German fluid dynamics physicist.He was one of the first students of Prandtl who provided a mathematical basis for boundarylayer drag but also showed as early as 1911 that the resistance to flow through smooth pipes could be expressed in terms of the Reynolds number for both laminar and turbulent flow. After six years in science he changed to Ingenieurschule Hamburg (today: University of Applied Sciences Hamburg) and became a Professor. On 1 April 1962 Heinrich Blasius celebrated his 50th anniversary and was active in teaching until he died on 24 April 1970.One of his most notable contributions involves a description of the steady twodimensional boundarylayer that forms on a semiinfinite plate that is held parallel to a constant unidirectional flow U {\displaystyle U} . (en)
 Paul Richard Heinrich Blasius (9 August 1883 – 24 April 1970) was a German fluid dynamics physicist.He was one of the first students of Prandtl who provided a mathematical basis for boundarylayer drag but also showed as early as 1911 that the resistance to flow through smooth pipes could be expressed in terms of the Reynolds number for both laminar and turbulent flow. After six years in science he changed to Ingenieurschule Hamburg (today: University of Applied Sciences Hamburg) and became a Professor. On 1 April 1962 Heinrich Blasius celebrated his 50th anniversary and was active in teaching until he died on 24 April 1970.One of his most notable contributions involves a description of the steady twodimensional boundarylayer that forms on a semiinfinite plate that is held parallel to a constant unidirectional flow U {\displaystyle U} . (en)

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 Paul Richard Heinrich Blasius (1883–1970) was a German fluid dynamics physicist.He was one of the first students of Prandtl who provided a mathematical basis for boundarylayer drag but also showed as early as 1911 that the resistance to flow through smooth pipes could be expressed in terms of the Reynolds number for both laminar and turbulent flow. After six years in science he changed to Ingenieurschule Hamburg (today: University of Applied Sciences Hamburg) and became a Professor. (en)
 Paul Richard Heinrich Blasius (9 August 1883 – 24 April 1970) was a German fluid dynamics physicist.He was one of the first students of Prandtl who provided a mathematical basis for boundarylayer drag but also showed as early as 1911 that the resistance to flow through smooth pipes could be expressed in terms of the Reynolds number for both laminar and turbulent flow. (en)

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