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Bhoomika Chowdhary


Still image from demonstrations conducted in the engineering lab simulating plexiglass dividers' effect on the flow of air particles.  
 Howard Stone / Princeton University 

Mechanical and aerospace engineering professor, graduate students investigate plexiglass, COVID-19 transmission

Nan Xue GS, a fifth-year graduate student in Stone’s lab, explained that such research of speech-driven airflows and fluid mechanics can be useful in understanding how aerosols, especially coronavirus, are transported through air, which he hopes will be helpful in making guidelines and rules to promote safety.

Nan Xue ’21*, a fifth-year graduate student in Stone’s lab, explained that such research of speech-driven airflows and fluid mechanics can be useful in understanding how aerosols, especially coronavirus, are transported through air, which he hopes will be helpful in making guidelines and rules to promote safety.


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