Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

The Particle Image Velocimetry

Characteristics, Limits and Possible Applications

Edited by Giovanna Cavazzini

University of Padova, Italy

The Particle Image Velocimetry is undoubtedly one of the most important technique in Fluid-dynamics since it allows to obtain a direct and instantaneous visualization of the flow field in a non-intrusive way. This innovative technique spreads in a wide number of research fields, from aerodynamics to medicine, from biology to turbulence researches, from aerodynamics to combustion processes. The book is aimed at presenting the PIV technique and its wide range of possible applications so as to provide a reference for researchers who intended to exploit this innovative technique in their research fields. Several aspects and possible problems in the analysis of large- and micro-scale turbulent phenomena, two-phase flows and polymer melts, combustion processes and turbo-machinery flow fields, internal waves and river/ocean flows were considered.

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The Particle Image VelocimetryCharacteristics, Limits and Possible ApplicationsEdited by Giovanna Cavazzini

Published: May 23rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2118

ISBN: 978-953-51-0625-8

Copyright year: 2012

Books open for chapter submissions

26399 Total Chapter Downloads

5 Crossref Citations

11 Web of Science Citations

18 Dimensions Citations

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1. Stereoscopic PIV and Its Applications on Reconstruction Three-Dimensional Flow Field

By L. Gan

2100

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2. Limits in Planar PIV Due to Individual Variations of Particle Image Intensities

By Holger Nobach

1446

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3. PIV Measurements Applied to Hydraulic Machinery: Cavitating and Cavitation-Free Flows

By Gabriel Dan Ciocan and Monica Sanda Iliescu

3425

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4. Post-Processing Methods of PIV Instantaneous Flow Fields for Unsteady Flows in Turbomachines

By G. Cavazzini, A. Dazin, G. Pavesi, P. Dupont and G. Bois

2423

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5. PIV Measurements on Oxy-Fuel Burners

By Boushaki Toufik and Sautet Jean-Charles

1387

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6. Characterization of the Bidirectional Vortex Using Particle Image Velocimetry

By Brian A. Maicke and Joseph Majdalani

1710

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7. Application of the Particle Image Velocimetry to the Couette-Taylor Flow

By Innocent Mutabazi, Nizar Abcha, Olivier Crumeyrolle and Alexander Ezersky

1989

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8. Rheo-Particle Image Velocimetry for the Analysis of the Flow of Polymer Melts

By Jose Perez-Gonzalez, Benjamin M. Marin-Santibanez, Francisco Rodriguez- Gonzalez and Jose G. Gonzalez-Santos

1434

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9. PIV as a Complement to LDA in the Study of an Unsteady Oscillating Turbulent Flow

By Chong Y. Wong, Graham J. Nathan, Richard M Kelso

1737

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10. μ-PIV for the Analysis of Flow Fields near a Propagating Air-Liquid Interface

By Eiichiro Yamaguchi, Bradford J. Smith and Donald P. Gaver III

1029

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11. Digital Micro PIV (μPIV) and Velocity Profiles In Vitro and In Vivo

By Aristotle G. Koutsiaris

1323

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12. Measurements of Particle Velocities and Trajectories for Internal Waves Propagating in a Density-Stratified Two-Layer Fluid on a Slope

By Motohiko Umeyama, Tetsuya Shintani, Kim-Cuong Nguyen and Shogo Matsuki

1442

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13. Applying of PIV/PTV Methods for Physical Modeling of the Turbulent Buoyant Jets in a Stratified Fluid

By Valery Bondur, Yurii Grebenyuk, Ekaterina Ezhova, Alexander Kandaurov, Daniil Sergeev and Yuliya Troitskaya

3493

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14. Full Field Measurements in a River Mouth by Means of Particle Tracking Velocimetry

By A. Ciarravano, E. Binotti, A. Bruschi, V. Pesarino, F. Lalli and G.P. Romano

1461

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