Assessment of tomographic PIV in wall-bounded turbulence using direct numerical simulation data

@inproceedings{Silva2012AssessmentOT,
  title={Assessment of tomographic PIV in wall-bounded turbulence using direct numerical simulation data},
  author={Charitha M. de Silva and Rio Baidya and M. Khashehchi and Ivan Marusic},
  year={2012}
}
Simulations of tomographic particle image velocimetry (Tomo-PIV) are performed using direct numerical simulation data of a channel flow at Reynolds number of Res = 934, to investigate the influence of experimental parameters such as camera position, seeding density, interrogation volume size and spatial resolution. The simulations employ camera modelling, a Mie scattering illumination model, lens distortion effects and calibration to realistically model a tomographic experiment. Results are… CONTINUE READING
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