Dr. Jack E. Cermak (1922-2012) was a Professor of Engineering at Colorado State University and an authority in wind engineering. He developed unique wind-tunnel facilities capable of simulating motion in the atmospheric boundary layer, and he led important studies of wind impacts on San Francisco's Candlestick Park, the Sears Tower (now the Willis Tower) in Chicago, and New York City's World Trade Center. Included in his papers are tapes and films, research files and reports, publications, and university records. This digital collection contains 15 films dated circa 1964 to 1981, including wind tunnel studies of Candlestick Park, the Sears Tower, and the United Nations Development building, and a 1962 CSU Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory personnel list.

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