By Arthur E. Bergles (auth.), Dr.-Ing. Markus Lehner, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Mewes (eds.)
This e-book offers a compilation of vital optical innovations utilized to experiments in warmth and mass move, multiphase movement and combustion. The emphasis of this ebook is at the software of those thoughts to varied engineering difficulties. The contributions are aiming to supply practising engineers, either in and examine, with the hot state-of-science within the program of complicated optical measurements. The booklet is written by means of chosen experts representing prime specialists during this box who current new info for the probabilities of those options and provides stimulation of recent rules for his or her application.
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Wiley, New York, NY Ammonia Absorption Method and Liquid Crystal Thermography for Accurate Local Mass and Heat Transfer Measurements Martin Fiebig and Karsten Schulz Institut fur Thermo- & Fluid-Dynamik, Ruhr Universitat Bochum 44780 Bochum, German Abstract. The ammonia absorption method (AAM) and transient liquid crystal thermography (LCT) are employed to measure convective mass and heat transfer accurately with high local resolution. Both optical methods use fully automated imaging techniques and evaluation.
1 and Reynolds number; but a different wind tunnel was needed. The used electrically heated closed wind tunnel had a vertical interchangeable test section of similar size as the one shown in Fig. 2. It is described by Fiebig et al. (1993), see also Valencia 1993 for more details. 4 °C are sprayed on the test surface. This allows to record the temporal development of this temperature during transient heating of the test surface. For better contrast the surface is painted black before it is sprayed with a very thin layer of encaspulated thermochromic liquid crystals.
This real image can be studied by means of various reconstruction devices, such as a microscope. In order to create a hologram of a complex object, this object has to be illuminated by a monochromatic light source. The reflected, scattered light 37 (object wave) has a very complicated wave form. According to the principles of Huygens, however, it can be regarded as the superposition of numerous elementary spherical waves. The microscopic pattern of the hologram (which consists of up to 3000 lines/mm) contains all the information (amplitude and phase) about the complete wave.
Applied Optical Measurements by Arthur E. Bergles (auth.), Dr.-Ing. Markus Lehner, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Mewes (eds.)