Published December 1991
by Amer Society of Mechanical .
Written in English
|Contributions||American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fluids Engineering Division (Corporate Author), B. Khalighi (Editor), M. J. Braun (Editor), Christopher J. Freitas (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||401|
Organized into four chapters, this book begins with the principles of flow visualization and image processing. Subsequent chapters describe the methods of flow visualization, particularly the addition of foreign material to the flowing fluid that might be gaseous or liquid; certain optical methods that are sensitive to changes of the index of Book Edition: 2. Tourret, J., et al. () Hydraulic Noise Generation Studies in Centrifugal Turbomachine through Visualization of the Non Stationary Pressure Field in the Volute and in the Impeller. ASME/Reprinted from FED, Vol. , Experimental and Numerical Flow Visualization, In Khalighi, B., et al., Eds., Book No. , Tsukiji, T.: Experimental and numerical flow visualization of impulsively started jet from spool valve orifices, Proceedings of the second international symposium on experimental and numerical flow visualization (ASME-FED-Vol. ), ()–Author: Tetsuhiro Tsukiji, Masahiko Soshino. Flow visualization in realistic models is very important for the study of pathological vessel enlargements (aneurysms). Furthermore, flow visualization may help in treatment decisions. However, the most interesting parameter, the wall shear stress, is difficult to measure in vivo. This parameter can be provided by computational fluid by: 9.
Flow visualization studies were also conducted with a PIV system in an open water channel to determine whether the flow structure is louvered directed or not. The louvered fin heat exchanger tested in the PIV system was a five times scaled up model of the real size louvered fin heat exchanger and made from a transparent plexiglas by: 8. Experimental flow visualization is a starting point for flow visualization using computer graphics. The process of computer visualization is described in general, and applied to CFD (). The heart. Experimental and numerical flow visualization in a transonic turbine Article in Journal of Visualization 11(1) March with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Mouzakis and Bergeles () presented a numerical method for the prediction of material diffusion into a two-dimensional turbulent flow field over complex topography. The method is applied for the flow over a two-dimensional ridge of triangular by:
An experimental and numerical study investigating the flow development and fully developed flows of an incompressible Newtonian fluid in a curved duct of square cross section for a curvature ratio of is presented. Numerical simulations of flow development were performed using a parabolized form of the steady three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations without imposing numerical Cited by: 4. Laser-Doppler anemometry, flow visualization and unsteady numerical simulation using fully second-order accuracy in time and space, were the tools employed to meet this purpose. Large-amplitude organized oscillations are reported to occur in the Cited by: expanding the application of flow visualization methods in different areas of aerodynamics. Numerical methods, which have been developed during the last several years thanks to powerful computers, are used for numerical flow visualization and for comparison of numerical results with experimental flow visualization in wind tunnels . Twenty-Third Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE FLOW AROUND THE APPENDICES OF A WHITBREAD 60 lengths, word breaks.