1992-10-01

Advanced Diagnostics Research for High Speed Aerodynamic Testing 922007

Laser induced fluorescence, Rayleigh scattering, chemiluminescence, phase shift holographic interferometry, and optically smart surfaces are techniques being developed for use in the Wright Laboratory supersonic wind tunnels. These advanced diagnostics techniques will be used to provide quantitative point measurements of density, pressure, temperature, velocity, and surface strain for use in basic aerodynamic research and validation of computational fluid dynamics codes.

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