Kaufmann is the name of a brush script typeface drawn in 1936 by Max R. Kaufmann for the American Type Founders (ATF). The stroke weight is monotone. Uppercase characters are freely drawn, while lowercase are more regular in height and width, recalling cursive handwriting. Lowercase characters are close fitting, effecting the loo
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The Kaufmann vortex, also known as the Scully model, is a mathematical model for a vortex taking account of viscosity. It uses an algebraic velocity profile. The model was suggested by Scully and Sullivan in 1972 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and earlier by W. Kaufmann in 1962. ...
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This illustration of the Dialogue and Company shipyard, Camden, New Jersey, appeared in the New York Daily Graphic in 1875. == Licensing: == ...
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