Combined single-pulse holography and time-resolved laser schlieren for flow visualization
Alpheus W. Burner, William K. Goad, Langley Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1981 - Technology & Engineering - 13 pages
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argon beam argon laser blunt body bottom film strip camera ref capping shutter cell combined time-resolved laser continuous-wave argon ion driver entrance stops extinction ratio Film plane flow field flow visualization record flow-establishment studies focal length focusing screen Free-stream densities free-stream velocity high-speed framing camera holo holographic and laser-schlieren holographic flow visualization holographic recording holographic system Holography and Time-Resolved interference filter intermediate chamber Langley Expansion Tube laser cavity laser-schlieren systems light emitted m/s Mach numbers objective lens on-time optical axis parabolic mirror prism beam splitter pulsed holographic flow reimaged revolution rotating mirror ruby beam ruby laser schlieren beam schlieren focus schlieren image schlieren quality schlieren system Schlieren with horizontal secondary diaphragm setup shadowgraph shock tube shock-heated gas shock-shape measurement single flow visualization single frame single run Single-Pulse Holography spatial filter spatial resolution splitting the schlieren study flow establishment test gas test section three-surface mirror time-resolved laser schlieren white-light schlieren