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Smoke Composer Flow
Von Kármán, Theodore, 1881-1963
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Laboratory test video of a normal composer flow. The reel is part of a series of footage covering von Kármán’s family, his travels, his meeting with scientists and technical footage. The films were made by von Kármán himself or by family members and friends.
moving image
Black and White
16mm film
1 Reel of 1
Papers of Theodore von Kármán
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