フィールド計測としての流れの可視化の進展 [in Japanese] Advances in Flow Visualization as Whole Field Measurement [in Japanese]
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Advances in flow visualization techniques and their applications to engineering turbulence research are reviewed from a viewpoint of whole field measurement. Beginning in the early 70's, this important field of science and engineering has observed several important breakthroughs such as flow structure studies with sophisticated tracer methods using hydrogen bubbles, smoke-wires and liquid crystals, development of three-dimensional particle imaging velocimetry, its extension to measurement of object motion/deformation, and visualization of databases provided by large-scale numerical simulations. The future scope should integrate a rapidly spreading cyber-space on the worldwide network as well as extensive exploitation of valuable assets of flow visualization in not only science and engineering, but also education and culture.
- Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan
Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan 16, 7-10, 1996-07-01
The Visualization Society of Japan