Laser Techniques Applied to Fluid Mechanics: Selected Papers from the 9th International Symposium Lisbon, Portugal, July 13-16, 1998

Laser Techniques Applied to Fluid Mechanics: Selected Papers from the 9th International Symposium Lisbon, Portugal, July 13-16, 1998

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ISBN-13: 9783642630873
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 10/23/2012
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
Pages: 639
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.05(d)

Table of Contents

I.1. Wavenumber Spectrum Estimation from Irregularly Spaced Data: Application to PIV Data Processing.- I.2. PIV Error Correction.- I.3. Effect of Sensor Geometry on the Performance of PIV Interrogation.- I.4. Micron-Resolution Velocimetry Techniques.- I.5. PIV in Two-Phase Flows: Simultaneous Bubble Sizing and Liquid Velocity Measurements.- I.6. Measuring Water Temperatures by Means of Linear Raman Spectroscopy.- I.7. A New Approach to Eliminate the Measurement Volume Effect in P DA Measurements.- I.8. Concentration Measurement by Molecular Absorption Using Narrow Band Tunable Infrared Laser.- II.1. The Kármán Vortex Street - LD V and P IV Measurements Compared with CFD.- II.2. A Flow Structure at Reattachment Region of a Two-Dimensional BackwardFacing Step by Using Advanced Multi-Point LDV.- II.3. PIV Measurements of Turbulence Statistics in the Three-Dimensional Flow Over a Surface-Mounted Obstacle.- II.4. Turbulence Analysis of the BFS with Iterative Multigrid PIV Image Processing.- II.5. Characterization of a Bluff Body Wake Using LD V and PIV Techniques.- II.6. Reynolds Number Dependence of Near Wall Turbulent Statistics in Channel Flows.- II.7. Weakly Interacting Two Parallel Plane Jets.- III.1. Instantaneous Doppler Global Velocimetry Measurements of a Rotor Wake: Lessons Learned.- III.2. LDV-Measurements on a High-Lift Configuration with Separation Control.- III.3. Flow Field in the Vicinity of a Thick Cambered Trailing Edge.- III.4. Instantaneous Flow Field Measurements for Propeller Aircraft and Rotorcraft Research.- IV.1. Analysis of Orderliness in Higher Instabilities Toward the Occurrence of Chaos in a Taylor-Couette Flow System.- IV.2. Experimental Investigations on Nonlinear Behaviour of Baroclinic Waves.- IV.3. Dissipation Estimation Around a Rushton Turbine Using Particle Image Velocimetry.- IV.4. Visualization of the Trailing Vortex System Produced by a Pitched Blade Turbine Using a Refractive Index Matched Automated LDA-Technique.- IV.5. Phase-Resolved Three-Dimensional LDA Measurements in the Impeller Region of a Turbulently Stirred Tank.- V.1. On the Extension of a Laser-Doppler Velocimeter to the Analysis of Oscillating Flames.- V.2. Liquid-Fuelled Flames with Imposed Air Oscillations.- V.3. Application of New Light Collecting Probe with High Spatial Resolution to Spark-Ignited Spherical Flames.- V.4. Laser Ignition of Single Magnesium Particles.- V.5. PIV Measurements During Combustion in a Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine.- V.6. In-Cylinder Measurements of Mixture Composition for Investigation of Residual Gas Scavenging.- V.7. Laser Diagnostics of Nitric Oxide Inside a Two-Stroke DI Diesel Engine.- V.8. Investigation of Oil Transport Mechanisms on the Piston Second Land of a Single Cylinder Diesel Engine, Using Two-Dimensional-Laser-Induced Fluorescence.- V.9. Simultaneous Planar OH and Temperature Measurementsfor the Detection of Lifted Reaction Zones in Premixed Bluff-Body Stabilized Flames.- VI.1. Molten Metal Atomization by Inert Gases: Off-Line and On-Line Metal Powder Characterization by PDA.- VI.2. Effect of Variable Liquid Properties on the Flow Structure within Shear-Driven Wall Films.- VI.3. Some Aspects of Electrohydrodynamic Spraying in Cone-Jet Mode.- VI.4. The Velocity Field in an Air-Blasted Liquid Sheet.- VI.5. Measurements of Film Characteristics Along a Stationary Taylor Bubble Using Laser Induced Fluorescence.- VI.6. Experimental Analysis of a Confined Bluff Body Flow Laden with Solid Particles.- VI.7. 3-D Measurements of Bubble Motion and Wake Structure in Two-Phase Flows Using 3-D Scanning Particle-Image-Velocimetry (3-D SPIV) and Stereo-Imaging.- Author Index.

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