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John R. Saylor

Clemson University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Clemson, SC 29634-0921
Phone: (864) 656-5621
Fax: (864) 656-4435

E-Mail: jsaylor "at" clemson "dot" edu

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Files for my graduate students:
The group manual, a manual that describes my research group policies. Be sure to read this in its entirety.
The Graduate Student Manual (GSM), the Department of Mechanical Engineering manual that describes the graduate program and its policies. Be sure to read this in its entirety.
Sample qualifier exams. Note that the exams you take may be very different from those included herein.
The current BibTeX bib file for the research group. Please remember to e-mail to me if you modify it so I can upload the modified version.
Procedures for the BibTeX bib file
A LaTeX template file in the form of a journal article
Sample PostScript file used in above LateX template. Click here.
Interesting LaTex files that show how LaTex can be used as a programming language. Pixelated figures of different sizes are created in each of these three documents:
7x7 pixel figure.
20x29 pixel figure.
20x20 pixel figure (slightly different)
A file containing the UNIX commands for converting a .dvi file to a .PS file and then to a .pdf file (without losing font quality). Click here.
Information on the ps2pdf command. Click here.
Marks used in proofreading. Click here
Final checkout to-do list

Miscellaneous postings:

Universities I've attended, worked for, worked with, etc.:
Yale University
The University of Minnesota
The State University of New York at Buffalo
The University of Maryland
Howard University
The United States Naval Academy
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
University of California, Berkeley
Boston University
Clemson University

Etc.:
Robert's Rules of Order Revised can be found here. (by General Henry M. Robert, 1915 Version, Public Domain).

Interesting Fluid Dynamics Videos:

Video demonstrating an interesting property of laminar flows:







Last Updated February 22, 2022.