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|Other titles||ICALEO "86 proceedings.|
|Statement||sponsored by the Laser Institute of America.|
|Series||LIA Volume 58, LIA (Series) -- v. 58|
|Contributions||Laser Institute of America.|
|LC Classifications||TA1673 I613 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||201 p :|
|Number of Pages||201|
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Papers from the Optical Methods in Flow & Particle Diagnostics Symposium. " November,Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts"--Cover. Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Series Title: Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v.
Other Titles: Optical methods in flow and particle. Wavefront sensors for optical diagnostics in fluid mechanics: application to heated flow, turbulence, and droplet evaporation Author(s): Daniel R.
Neal ; Timothy J. O'Hern; John R. Torczynski ; Mial E. Warren; Randy J. Shul; T. Stewart McKechnie. Diagnostic System for Fluid Science Experimentation in Microgravity: VIS. Laser Flow Visualization, Color Doppler Flow Mapping and Coated Albunex Particles.
Pages Rambod, Edmond (et al.) Book Subtitle Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Flow Visualization, October 5–9,Yokohama, Japan.
Visualization of Velocity Profile in Blood-Related Flow by Laser Technique (Keynote Paper).- In-Vitro Flow Visualization of Mitral Valve Regurgitation: Laser Flow Visualization, Color Doppler Flow Mapping and Coated Albunex Particles.- Holographic Diagnostics of Transfer Processes in Capillary Flows.- Subsonic Jet Visualization A series of sensitivity analyses on the effect of inlet flow stagnation pressure and backpressure of the nozzle on the aerodynamic performance of the lens is performed.
Sample streamlines and particles trajectories in an axisymmetric plane of a combination of three aerodynamic lenses and a nozzle are shown in the figures. The STEAM flow analyzer employs inertial microfluidic technology (Fig. 1B and Movie S1).This method provides uniform positions and velocities for particles through intrinsic inertial lift forces (important for generation of clear E-slides) while eliminating the need for sheath fluid, which is traditionally required for hydrodynamic focusing in conventional flow cytometers.
From the automotive industry to blood flow monitoring, optical techniques and laser diagnostics are becoming integral parts in engineering and medical instrumentation. Proceedings of the flow and particles diagnostics book Written by leading global experts from industry, academic groups, and laboratories, this volume provides an international perspective on both existing applications and leading-edge research.
With a focus on advanced engineering. All flow scales are accurately resolved with this technique including the effect of the no-slip boundary condition at the particle surface. A set of 29 simulations with an initial Taylor microscale Reynolds number, Re λ =and Kolmogorov length scale, η = d.
Identified issues with the bucket type elevator include discrete (non-continuous) discharge of the particles and a non-adjustable flow rate. A skip hoist type elevator has been studied previously and seems like the most viable option on a large scale (50–MW th power plant) with a non-continuous particle discharge.
Proceedings of the ASME International Gas Turbine Conference and Exhibit. Volume 1: A computational model for calculating the flow field, in the presence of solid particles, through a two dimensional compressor cascade is presented.
The method treats the particle phase in the Lagrangian system and the fluid phase in the Eulerian system. ‒ Alavi, S., Passandideh-Fard, M., and Mostaghimi, J., "Simulation of fluid flow and heat transfer including phase change during the impact of semi-molten particles," Proc.
ASME Heat Transfer Summer Conference collocated with the ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting and the ASME 10th International Conference on.
Thirunavakkarasu, G, Saini, S, Shah, J, & Agonafer, D. "Air Flow Pattern and Path Flow Simulation of Airborne Particulate Contaminants in a High-Density Data Center Utilizing Airside Economization." Proceedings of the ASME International Technical Conference and Exhibition on Packaging and Integration of Electronic and Photonic Microsystems.
Thermal Spray Global Coating Solutions: Proceedings of the International Thermal Spray Conference Author Edited by Basil R. Marple, Margaret M. Hyland, Yuk-Chiu Lau, Chang-Jiu Li, Rogerio S.
Lima, Ghislain Montavon. ProceedingsProceedings of the flow and particles diagnostics book, AMA Style Dimitriu L, Șomoghi R, Preda D, Constantinescu-Aruxandei D, Oancea F.
Biosynthesis of Selenium Nanoparticles Supported on and within Diatomite through a Continuous Flow Method. At the end of year the first reports appeared of a new coronavirus and on 31st December WHO declared a public health emergency of international concern.
To date (as of pm CET, 24th November ) according to WHO the new coronavirus, now called severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-CoV-2, has infec, people and killed 1, people worldwide. Also based on data representing sand holdup for several flow regimes, the masses of impacting particles are estimated.
Erosion experiments are also conducted on elbows in two-inch and three-inch large scale multiphase flow loops with gas, liquid and sand flowing in vertical and horizontal test sections. Goldasteh, I, Ahmadi, G, & Ferro, A.
"Effect of Air Flow on Dust Particles Resuspension From Common Flooring." Proceedings of the ASME 3rd Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting collocated with 8th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels.
"Suspended Particle Streaming in an Oscillatory Mini/Micro Bifurcation Network Flow." Proceedings of the ASME Heat Transfer Summer Conference collocated with the ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting and the ASME 14th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels.
There are several flow conditions that occur in the TBR due to gas and liquid flow rate. Since mass and heat transfer rate and particles wetting depend on flow condition, it is necessary to establish the visualization techniques to understand flow condition, transition boundary and properties of gas liquid flow.
The behavior of small solid particles falling in an unbounded air is simulated. The particles, initially arranged within a spherical region in a quiescent air, are made to fall, and their fall induces the air flow around them, resulting in the gas-particle two-phase flow.
The particle diameter and density are 1 mm and kg/m 3 respectively. In this paper, quarts square microchannels with a hydraulic diameter of μm and a length of 20 mm are used for the path of fully saturated forced convection air flow with nano-particles (Θ ~ nm).
The outside of microchannel wall is cooled by natural convection of room air. PART I: By applying a methodology useful for analysis of complex fluids based on a synergistic combination of experiments, computer simulations and theoretical investigation, a model was built to investigate the fluid dynamics of granular flows in an intermediate regime where both collisional and frictional interactions may affect the flow behavior.
Application to a high performance 3-stage axial-flow compressor with Inlet Guide Vane (IGV) demonstrates the methodology adopted. The SLC program is also capable of calculating the compressor performance with humid air and water injection at any axial position along the compressor.
Shardt, O, & Derksen, J. "Direct Simulation of Dense Suspensions of Non-Spherical Particles." Proceedings of the ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference.
ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference: Volume 1, Symposia – Parts A, B, C, and D. Hamamatsu, Japan. July 24–29, pp. ASME. Tanaka, Y, & Murata, S. "Three-Dimensional Measurement of Interaction Between a Circular Cylinder and Surrounding Flow by Digital Holographic Particle Tracking Velocimetry." Proceedings of the ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference.
ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference: Volume 1, Symposia – Parts A, B, C. This study focus on mixing in a microchannel based on AC electroosmosis by using a PIV technique. The zig-zag electrodes are attached at the bottom of the channel. In the experiment, polymer microspheres red fluorescing particles are used to measure the slip velocity and streamlines of the AC electroosmotic flow.
• e.g., the magnitude of the forces acting on particles during flow is typically important (e.g. weight ~ size3) • e.g., dissolution time is related to particle size (e.g.
dissolution time ~ size 2) • can affect bulk thermal and electrical properties Principal Contributor: Wassgren 20. The multiparticle flow condition represents a case with solid particles suspended in the cooling medium, such as in micro/nanofluids, to augment heat transfer.
The results provide insight into the mechanism by which suspended particles can effectively change the rate of heat transfer in a microchannel. Particles impacting the inner surfaces of the machine can stick to such surfaces or erode them. The presence of deposits entails the reduction in performance of the machinery.
As the severity of the problem increases, the performance reduction can become so big to. Also given is a flow visualization method based on imaging a long‐lived emission component with a gated (≥10‐ns) image intensifier system.
These and other methods are prospective ways to perform flow diagnostics in gas centrifuges. Work with dc electrokinetics has demonstrated that is works well for bulk transport of fluid an particles.
However, it is difficult to achieve control of individual or groups of particles. This paper investigate the use of induced-charge electroosmosis (ICEO) as a means of providing control over particles within bulk dc electroosmotic flow.
An interesting application is the combination of soot diagnostics by LII with CRDS calibration, where a sensitive line-of-sight measurement of the soot volume fraction is obtained.A two-color LII/CRDS scheme has recently been proposed for similarlaser radiation at and nm is used in both LII and CRDS measurements to quantify PAH absorbance and to.
Copalis TM,1 (coupled particle light scattering) is an innovative particle-based homogeneous immunoassay technology that allows rapid, sensitive, simultaneous determination of multiple analytes in a single fluid sample. Particles, their aggregates and cells are differentiated on the basis of light scatter measurements as they flow across a finely focused elliptical beam produced by a.
Particles and bubbles were released and the motion of the three phases was monitored. The particle RMS was in good agreement with a model proposed by Shubert, having an average RMS velocity of about 13% of the free stream velocity in the fully developed region.
Rezvantalab, H, & Shojaei-Zadeh, S. "Behavior of Janus Particles at Liquid Interfaces." Proceedings of the ASME 4th Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting collocated with the ASME 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels.
Upon their release vortex particles are allowed to freely convect under the action of the blade, the freestream and other particles. Induced velocities are calculated with a regularized form of the Biot-Savart kernel, adapted for vortex particles.
Vortex trajectories are integrated in a Lagrangian sense. Modeling of aerosol flow through micro-nozzles used in these applications yields a greater understanding of the focusing of these aerosol particles, and may provide a vehicle for new nozzle designs which will further enhance these tools.
Recent modeling applied both Stokes and Saffman force to the aerosol particles. Yamaguchi, T, Kanemaru, K, Momoki, S, Shigechi, T, & Yamada, T. "Numerical Analysis of Heat and Mass Transfer on Collision Dominated Particles Flow in a Vessel." Proceedings of the ASME/JSME Thermal Engineering Heat Transfer Summer Conference collocated with the ASME InterPACK Conference.
The resuspension of graphite dust in High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactors is not only an essential way to estimate the concentration of particles in the normal operating core, but also a key phenomenon related to the release of radioactive products in depressurization accidents and the safety evaluation of.
In Proceedings TransducersJuneDenver, Colorado, USA. pages 2 Î¼m gap Flow lines In-flow Out-flow Out-flow J. DucrÃ©e / Procedia Chemistry 1 () â€“ ilar to a pickup head in optical disk drives, a line laser and a linear detector investigate the system from the upper side.
The results show that micro-particles tend to follow the flow by impacting at full span with a higher impact concentration on the pressure side of rotor blade and stator vane.
Both rotor blade and stator vane suction side are affected only by the impact of smaller particles (up to 1 μm).This paper describes a 3D CFD methodology for tracking particles along a multi-stage axial compressor and presents particulate ingestion analysis for a high pressure compressor section.
The commercial CFD multi-phase solver ANSYS CFX R has been used for flow and particulate simulations. Particle diameters of 20, 40, and 60 microns are analyzed.Computational study of dispersion of particles is one way to evaluate the spread of contaminants and viruses amongst occupants of an enclosure, such as an aircraft cabin.
In this investigation, the turbulent dispersion of particles in a ventilated generic cabin is studied. The generic cabin resembles one-half of a Boeing aircraft cabin.