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Laser sheet visualization

Poul Astrup

Laser sheet visualization

applied to power station flames

by Poul Astrup

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Published by RisøNational Laboratory in Roskilde .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flame.,
  • Flow visualization.,
  • Coal-fired power plants.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPoul Astrup and Sønnik Clausen.
    SeriesRisø-R-736(EN)
    ContributionsClausen, Sønnik., Risø National Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21676976M
    ISBN 108755019617

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Keywords: beam shaping, flattop, tophat, laser line, Lase r Light Sheet, hardening, cladding, PIV, LIF. INTRODUCTION The tasks of creating a linear laser spot with uniform intensity along its length are today frequently asked Cited by: 3.

One disadvantage of the laser sheet technique is the flow region of interest must be visible to the source of the laser light. In our photo, we obtain no visualization of the lower part of the aircraft because the laser sheet cannot pass through the body from above.

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A sketch of the test section installation showing a typical orientation of Laser sheet visualization book laser sheet is shown in figure 2. A new dynamic laser sheet generator for flow visualization is described: the double xy sweep of a focused laser beam allows light volumes to be obtained whose geometrical parameters are easily adjustable; the volume boundaries are well defined and the power density distributions are nearly homogeneous in Cited by: 4.

Laser Light Sheet Visualization. Here a laser light beam is expanded in one direction only with the help of a cylindrical lens. This so called light sheet is then used to illuminate a flow seeded with tracer particles (smoke or tiny oil droplets in air, bubbles in water).

In such a light sheet the light intensity detected in. "Visualization Analysis and Design does a fantastic job in providing a framework and language for analyzing, critiquing, and discussing visualizations. This book provides a wonderful foundation for the field." ―Miriah Meyer, University of Utah "Visualization Analysis and Design is a book that fills the gaps in the existing literature.

It Cited by: Get this from a library. A laser-sheet flow visualization technique for the large wind tunnels of the National Full-Scale Aerodynamics Complex.

[M S Reinath; James C Ross; Ames Research Center.]. These were digitized into a personal computer using a frame grabber board and then displayed and enhanced using imaging software. The resulting images supported that the laser light-sheet visualization method can be used to qualify and quantify droplet mixing and the lateral spread of an electrohydrodynamic by: 1.

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LSV stands for Laser Sheet Visualization. LSV is defined as Laser Sheet Visualization somewhat frequently. LSV stands for Laser Sheet Visualization.

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The purpose of this system is to complement wind tunnel force and pressure data by helping visualize off-body aerodynamic phenomena affecting model Author: K.M. Mejia, C.J. Jorgens.

The figure shows five flow visualization techniques that are used in wind tunnel testing; smoke, tufts, laser sheet, surface oil flow, and schlieren photography. Tufts and surface oil flow are used to provide information about the state of the boundary layer on the surface, particularly to detect flow separation and re-attachment.

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KEYWORDS: flow visualizations, tomography, optical systems, light sheets Introduction A tomographic flow visualization makes use of light which is scattered by tracers, which are carried by the fluid which is being lit by a thin laser by:   A portable laser sheet illumination source for flow visualization experiments has been developed utilizing fiber optic cable and standard optical bench components.

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