Measurement of fluid properties using rapid-double-exposure and time-average holographic interferometry
- Decker, A. J.
- Jun 13, 1984.
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- The holographic recording of the time history of a flow feature in three dimensions is discussed. The use of diffuse illumination holographic interferometry or the three dimensional visualization of flow features such as shock waves and turbulent eddies is described. The double-exposure and time-average methods are compared using the characteristic function and the results from a flow simulator. A time history requires a large hologram recording rate. Results of holographic cinematography of the shock waves in a flutter cascade are presented as an example. Future directions of this effort, including the availability and development of suitable lasers, are discussed.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19840013781.
Accession ID: 84N21849.
Joint Propulsion Conf.; 11-13 Jun. 1984; Cincinnati, OH; United States.
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