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Once a dust particle hits the fan blades, there isn't much to remove it. The air moves remarkably slowly right at the surface of the fan because that surface layer of air experiences lots of viscous drag.
Even though the air is moving swiftly only a few millimeters away, the air right on the fan blade is almost stationary. Thus the dust can cling to the blade indefinitely.
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Last Modified on June 17th, Bloomfield received his Ph. Bloomfield has also been widely recognized for his teaching of physics and science to thousands of non-science students at the University of Virginia and is the recipient of a State of Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award and the Pegram Medal of the Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society.watch
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He is the author of almost publications in the fields of atomic clusters, autoionizing states, high-resolution laser spectroscopy, nonlinear optics, computer science, and general science literacy, and of a recent introductory textbook entitled "How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life," 3rd Edition Wiley, New York, Bloomfield also works extensively with professional societies and the media to explain physics to the general public.
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He is appearing in his 5th season of "Forces of Hockey" for the Washington Capitals "Caps Red Line" program and has won 3 regional Emmy awards. Although he enjoys the challenge of explaining physics on the small screen, he is well aware that he is not an actor and that he merely plays one on television.
Bloomfield's years of experimenting with everything he can get his hands on, and reading about those he can't, have made him something rare in modern day science: a generalist.
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More specifically, he knows enough to be dangerous in a broad swath of the physical sciences and even some of the life sciences. That background has allowed him to serve frequently as a science consultant and as an expert witness in matters that require a broad understanding of physics and scientific issues.
Although Bloomfield struggles to keep his research, teaching, and service activities from consuming every available second, he has too much fun with all of them to stop. Bloomfield Professor of Physics University of Virginia.