Development of Doppler Global Velocimetry as a Flow Diagnostics Tool
- Meyers, James F.
- June 1995.
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- The development of Doppler global velocimetry is described from its inception to its use as a flow diagnostics tool. Its evolution is traced from an elementary one-component laboratory prototype, to a full three-component configuration operating in a wind tunnel at focal distances exceeding 15 m. As part of the developmental process, several wind tunnel flow field investigations were conducted. These included supersonic flow measurements about an oblique shock, subsonic and supersonic measurements of the vortex flow above a delta wing, and three-component measurements of a high-speed jet.
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Measurements in Fluids and Combustion Systems. Special Issue: Measurement Science and Technology; Volume 6; No. 6; 769-783.
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