Christopher D. Tomkins

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The structure of energy-containing turbulence in the outer region of a zero-pressure-gradient boundary layer has been studied using particle image velocimetry (PIV) to measure the instantaneous velocity fields in a streamwise-wall-normal plane. Experiments performed at three Reynolds numbers in the range 930 < Re θ < 6845 show that the boundary layer is(More)
The forward-model approach has been shown to produce accurate model reconstructions of scientific measurements for single-time image data. Here we extend the approach to a series of images that are correlated in time using the physics-based constraints that are often available with scientific imaging. The constraints are implemented through a(More)
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