Estimation of Flow Turbulence Metrics With a Lateral Line Probe and Regression

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The time-averaged velocity of water flow is the most commonly measured metric for both laboratory and field applications. Its employment in scientific and engineering studies often leads to an oversimplification of the underlying flow physics. In reality, complex flows are ubiquitous, and commonly arise from fluid-body interactions with man-made structures… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIM.2017.2658278

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