Development of fibre LDA and two-component velocity measurements in boundary layer on an inclined heated plate.

Koichi Hishida, M. Maeda

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The development of miniaturized Argon-Ion two colour LDA optical probes that can be easily traversed in any attitude was considered. The miniaturization is achieved by employing step index single mode fibres to transmit beams from a laser source to the probe head. This fibre LDA is operated in a two colour four beam differential mode with frequency shifters (Bragg cells) to sense a backward flow and two component velocities. An application of the fibre LDA is adopted to a boundary layer flow over an isothermally heated plate which is installed in a inclined wind tunnel, where the laminar boundary layer transmits to turbulence with an increase in wall temperature. The experimental results indicate the velocity distributions of two components, their turbulence intensities, Reynolds shear stresses, and correlations between two component velocity fluctuations. (A)

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIN: FLUID CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT, (TOKYO, JAPAN: SEP. 2-6, 1985), M. HARADA (ED.)
PublisherPergamon Press
Volume2 , Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, 1986, p.1051-1056.
ISBN (Print)0 08 031681 6
Publication statusPublished - 1986
Externally publishedYes

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Velocity measurement
Boundary layers
Turbulence
Bragg cells
Color
Laminar boundary layer
Fibers
Boundary layer flow
Single mode fibers
Velocity distribution
Wind tunnels
Argon
Shear stress
Lasers
Ions
Temperature

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Hishida, K., & Maeda, M. (1986). Development of fibre LDA and two-component velocity measurements in boundary layer on an inclined heated plate. In IN: FLUID CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT, (TOKYO, JAPAN: SEP. 2-6, 1985), M. HARADA (ED.) (Vol. 2 , Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, 1986, p.1051-1056.). Pergamon Press.

Development of fibre LDA and two-component velocity measurements in boundary layer on an inclined heated plate. / Hishida, Koichi; Maeda, M.

IN: FLUID CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT, (TOKYO, JAPAN: SEP. 2-6, 1985), M. HARADA (ED.). Vol. 2 , Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, 1986, p.1051-1056. Pergamon Press, 1986.

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Hishida, K & Maeda, M 1986, Development of fibre LDA and two-component velocity measurements in boundary layer on an inclined heated plate. in IN: FLUID CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT, (TOKYO, JAPAN: SEP. 2-6, 1985), M. HARADA (ED.). vol. 2 , Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, 1986, p.1051-1056., Pergamon Press.
Hishida K, Maeda M. Development of fibre LDA and two-component velocity measurements in boundary layer on an inclined heated plate. In IN: FLUID CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT, (TOKYO, JAPAN: SEP. 2-6, 1985), M. HARADA (ED.). Vol. 2 , Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, 1986, p.1051-1056. Pergamon Press. 1986
Hishida, Koichi ; Maeda, M. / Development of fibre LDA and two-component velocity measurements in boundary layer on an inclined heated plate. IN: FLUID CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT, (TOKYO, JAPAN: SEP. 2-6, 1985), M. HARADA (ED.). Vol. 2 , Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, 1986, p.1051-1056. Pergamon Press, 1986.
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