液膜を用いた壁面衝突噴流の可視化 [in Japanese] Visualization of Radial Flow from an Air Jet Imagining on a Surface by Using a Liquid Film [in Japanese]
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Radial flow from an air circular jet impinging on a surface was visualized by using a liquid film on the surface. After the film was thinned by the shear force of the radial flow, the film profile was visualized with laser interferometer. Tips of 3 or 6 needles were penetrated into the jet, and the resulting radial flow formed "3 or 6 petals" shaped fringes which changed in shape via triangles to circles as the distance between the film and the jet exit increased. The characteristics of the radial flow was estimated based on the fringe patterns.
- Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan
Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan 17, 323-326, 1997-10-01
The Visualization Society of Japan