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After presenting a lecture, "Characterization of the Near-Wall High-Temperature Turbulent Flow Regime," at the AFOSR Workshop on Merging Aerothermodynamics and High-Temperature Materials Research in Herndon, Virginia on February 3, 2005, Professor Pino Martin and SRI International experimentalists begin collaborative work on turbulence interacting with surface catalysis and real gas effects.

February 3, 2005

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