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Technique for visualization of complex fluxes

Author
Tellez, J-D; Gomez, M.; Russo, B.; Redondo, J. M.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
7th International Scientific School of Young Scientists: Waves and Vortices in Complex Media
Date of publication
2017
Presentation's date
2016-12
Book of congress proceedings
Waves and Vortices in Complex Media: proceedings of the 7th International Scientific School of Young Scientists
First page
235
Last page
238
Publisher
Print Pro
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/116648 Open in new window
Abstract
We present a new technique of turbulence analysis in fast flowing flows such as those encountered in hydraulic applications. Surface Flow image velocimetry (SFIV) allows to measure complex surface velocity fields in engineering applications involving 3D flowboundary conditions and complex divergence and wave prone non uniform flows and boundary layer interactions. This may be particularly important when a single camera for PIV provides a 2D image of the real complex flow. Flow visualization is u...
Citation
Tellez, J-D, Gomez, M., Russo, B., Redondo, J. M. Technique for visualization of complex fluxes. A: International Scientific School of Young Scientists. "Waves and Vortices in Complex Media: proceedings of the 7th International Scientific School of Young Scientists". Greenville, WI: Print Pro, 2016, p. 235-238.
Group of research
FLUMEN - River Dynamics and Hydrological Engineering

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