Particle Image Velocimetry: Progress Towards Industrial Application by Michel StanislasParticle Image Velocimetry: Progress Towards Industrial Application by Michel Stanislas

Particle Image Velocimetry: Progress Towards Industrial Application

EditorMichel Stanislas, Jürgen Kompenhans, J. Westerweel

Paperback | October 28, 2010

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This book is a detailed presentation of the cooperative research activity undertaken by 20 European teams to contribute to the development of Particle Image Velocimetry. This research was performed over a period of two years, in the frame of a European Brite-Euram contract and was greatly enhanced by its cooperative aspect. The book presents extensive comparisons of both recording and analysis of PIV images. A database has been built, which is presented in detail and which is accessible via Internet. Industrial application in a large wind tunnel, validation of up-to-date numerical predictions and new developments including extension to 3C are also addressed in the different chapters of this book. In addition, 25 individual contributions are provided in the form of scientific papers which cover various aspects of the development of the method (PTV, video recording, stereo-PIV, holo-PIV). This book will be of interest to scientists and engineers active in the field.
Title:Particle Image Velocimetry: Progress Towards Industrial ApplicationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:551 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0.68 inPublished:October 28, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048153948

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction.1.1. Industrial Objectives. 1.2. State of the Art. 1.3. References. 2. Tests and Comparison of Different Recording Set-ups. 2.1. Description of Test Experiment. 2.2. DV Measurements by ONERA. 2.3. Recording Set-Ups. 2.4. Samples of Images. 2.5. Conclusion. 2.6. References. 3. Test and Comparison of Various Methods of Analysis and Post-Processing on a Database of PIV Records. 3.1. Description of the Database. 3.2. Description of NETCDF Format. 3.3. Description of Evaluation Systems. 3.4. Samples of Images and Analysis. 3.5. Conclusion. 3.6. References. Annex: PIV Records and Vector Plots. 4. Full scale PIV Test in an Industrial Facility. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Description of Experiment. 4.3. Data Evaluation. 4.4. Experimental Results. 4.5. Conclusion. 4.6. References. 5. Numerical Simulation of the Industrial Test. 5.1. Steady Navier-Stokes Computations. 5.2. Unsteady Navier-Stokes Computations. 5.3. Conclusion. 5.4. References. 6. New Developments of the Method. 6.1. Seeding. 6.2. Video Recording. 6.3. Extension to Three Components Measurements. 6.4. Conclusion. 6.5. References. 7. General Conclusion. Annex 1: Individual Papers. Annex 2: Color Figures.