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High-speed tomographic PIV was used to investigate the coalescence of drops placed on a liquid/liquid interface; the coalescence of a single drop and of a drop in the presence of an adjacent drop… Continue Reading
Vortical structures were identified and characterized using velocity fields of turbulent wall-bounded flows. Two direct numerical simulation data sets of fully developed channel flow at Re τ = 934… Continue Reading
In recent years, volumetric particle image velocimetry (PIV) techniques have been applied to study turbulent boundary layers within which three-dimensional characteristics of coherent structures can… Continue Reading
A moving tomographic particle image velocimetry method was designed and implemented to measure temporal evolution of velocity fields in three-dimensional volumes and to track coherent structures… Continue Reading
The strength of vortical structures in a turbulent boundary layer is of interest in determining the generation and development of hairpin vortices. The dual-plane Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)… Continue Reading