DOI: 10.1063/5.0062933
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Abstract: Professor Edward Ephraim O'Brien ("Ted") has made lasting contributions to the theory and modeling of scalar mixing and reaction in turbulent flows. With a doctoral dissertation at The Johns Hopkins University in 1960, entitled "On the Statistical Behavior of a Dilute Reactant in Isotropic Turbulence," supervised by the legend Stanley Corrsin, and in the company of notable pioneer of turbulence, John Leask Lumley, Ted's academic training propelled him through a prolific career. In the opening article of this S… Show more

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