Person    | Male  Born 23/8/1842  Died 21/2/1912

Osborne Reynolds

Categories: Education, Engineering

Countries: Ireland

Professor of engineering. FRS. Born Belfast. Aged 25 he was appointed professor of engineering (one of the first to be appointed to such a post in the UK) in Owens College, Manchester. He remained there until he retired in 1905. Studied in the field of fluid mechanics. Died at home in Somerset.

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Osborne Reynolds

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Skempton Building plaques

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