Flow structure in the near-wake of single solid and fluid objects as measured by particle image velocimetry
Flow structure in the near wake of single solid and fluid object as measured by particle image velocimetry
"The objective of this research was to experimentally obtain fundamental knowledge of the near-wake flow structure of an air bubble, an oil droplet, a solid object, and a hollowed cap with an air bubble or an oil droplet attached underneath."--Abstract, page iii.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
M.S. in Nuclear Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
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Wakes (Fluid dynamics)
Particle image velocimetry
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No, Hidekazu, "Flow structure in the near-wake of single solid and fluid objects as measured by particle image velocimetry" (2003). Masters Theses. 2419.
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