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Application of pressure-sensitive paint to low-speed flow around a U-bend of strong curvature

Abstract:

Pressure measurements are traditionally made using pressure taps connected to a transducer. These measurements are labor-intensive, expensive and only yield discrete values. Pressure-sensitive paint is a method of optically measuring the pressure across an entire model. Originally designed for use in transonic flow, pressure-sensitive paints are absolute pressure sensors. Therefore, application of pressure-sensitive paint to low-speed flow represents a significant challenge to researchers. Th...

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Gongora-Orozco, N More by this author
Ireland, P More by this author
Journal:
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science
Volume:
48
Pages:
58-66
Publication date:
2013-07-05
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ISSN:
0894-1777
URN:
uuid:7b69cd00-2377-4d97-8640-dacc8a67ff0e
Source identifiers:
399302
Local pid:
pubs:399302
Language:
English
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