Forebody and leading edge vortex measurements using planar Doppler velocimetry

@inproceedings{Beutner2000ForebodyAL,
  title={Forebody and leading edge vortex measurements using planar Doppler velocimetry},
  author={Thomas J Beutner and Gregory S Elliott and Glenn W Williams and Henry D Baust and Jim Crafton and Campbell D. Carter},
  year={2000}
}
The planar Doppler velocimetry (PDV) technique has been demonstrated by employing it in a large-scale wind tunnel to record velocity fields surrounding a model of a generic fighter plane. The PDV instrument employed here included the following: (i) a frequency monitoring system for measuring the laser frequency corresponding to each set of scattering images; (ii) two detector systems (each composed of two 16-bit CCD cameras), one viewing the model from the top of the wind tunnel and the second… CONTINUE READING