Lewis Ferry Moody
|Lewis Ferry Moody|
5 January 1880|
February 21, 1953 (aged 73)|
Princeton, New Jersey
|Known for||Moody chart|
|Awards||Elliott Cresson Medal (1945)|
Lewis Ferry Moody (5 January 1880 – 21 February 1953) was an American engineer and professor, best known for the Moody chart, a diagram capturing relationships between several variables used in calculating fluid flow through a pipe. He has 23 patents for his inventions. He was the first Professor of Hydraulics in the School of Engineering at Princeton.
He was born on 5 January 1880.
He died on 21 February 1953.
Five years after his death, ASME created an Award to his honours: The Lewis F. Moody award, which is awarded for outstanding original papers useful to the practice of mechanical engineering by the Fluids Engineering Division (FED).
- iplexl.com - Petents list for Moody, Lewis Ferry
- princeton.edu - Description of Acquisitions by the Princeton University Library, princeton.edu - Aerospace and Mechanical Sciences, The Department of
- aiaa.org - Aerospace Education and Research at Princeton University, 1942–1975[permanent dead link]
- "Mrs. Lewis F. Moody". New York Times. January 7, 1937.
- "Eleanor L. Moody A Bride. Wd. to Lt. Edward Broadhurst". New York Times. January 3, 1944.
- asme.org - Honorary Members
- asme.org - Lewis F. Moody award Archived 2007-08-07 at the Wayback Machine.