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Hot-wire anemometry : principles and signal analysis

Author: H H Bruun
Publisher: Oxford [etc.] : Oxford University Press, 2002.
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A comprehensive and practical book that examines this very important technique used in fluid flow measurements. As well as the physical experimental set-ups and techniques the book deals with the  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H H Bruun
ISBN: 0198563426 9780198563426
OCLC Number: 437747717
Description: XXIII, 507 str. : graf. prikazi ; 24 cm.
Contents: Notation ; Introduction ; 1. Basic principles of hot-wire anemometry ; 2. Introduction to velocity measurements ; 3. One-component velocity measurements ; 4. Two-component velocity measurements ; 5. Three-component velocity measurements ; 6. Temperature effects ; 7. HWA techniques for reversing flow and for the near-wall region ; 8. Two-phase flows, gas mixtures and compressible flows ; 9. Vorticity measurements ; 10. Conditional sampling techniques ; 11. Time-series analysis ; References
Responsibility: H. H. Bruun.
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... comprehensive, clear, and easy of access for students, engineers, and researchers engaged in the practical use of any aspect of thermal anemometry. Journal of Fluid Mechanics

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