Editorial: PIV’09 special issue

Editorial: PIV’09 special issue Exp Fluids (2011) 50:775 DOI 10.1007/s00348-011-1066-6 EDITORIAL Julio Soria Noel T. Clemens Published online: 13 March 2011 Springer-Verlag 2011 Experiments in Fluids are pleased to present this special of turbulent boundary layers, aero-acoustics and turbulent issue arising from the Eighth International Symposium on flows with chemical reactions to biological and bio-medical Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV’09), organized by flows. Monash University and held in the city of Melbourne, The Eighth International Symposium on Particle Image Australia. The symposium took place on August 25–28, Velocimetry is part of a successful biennial series, and the 2009, and was chaired by Professor Julio Soria. Five next symposium (PIV’11) will be held in Tsukuba, Japan, invited lectures by experts in PIV and related topics (Prof. from July 21 to 23, 2011, hosted by Prof. Koji Okamoto. Christian Ka ¨hler, Prof. Sang-Joon Lee, Prof. Michel With this issue, we hope to stimulate readers and authors to Stanislas, Dr. Chris Willert and Prof. Carl Meinhart), and continue to publish their work on new developments 190 papers were presented during 4 days. The presenta- and novel applications of PIV in Experiments in Fluids. tions were subdivided into three parallel oral sessions. Some of our readers might also enjoy reading a recent This special issue contains 28 selected articles from special issue on ‘‘Laser Diagnostics in Combustion’’ with among those presented at the symposium, pre-selected by Profs. Andreas Dreizler (TU Darmstadt) and Volker Sick those members of the editorial board of Experiments in (U Michigan) as guest editors. The editors dedicated this Fluids who were present at the symposium. All articles special issue to Prof. Ju ¨ rgen Wolfrum on the occasion of were submitted to the normal peer review procedure of the his 70th birthday. We are currently planning future special journal. The editors feel that this issue represents a com- issues, which will highlight specific conferences and topi- prehensive overview of the state-of-the-art of particle cal areas. These efforts, together with our regular issues of image velocimetry. In this issue, there is clear evidence of Experiments in Fluids, aim to provide our readership with further advancements in development of high-repetition timely insight into emerging and evolving areas of Fluid rate PIV and fully volumetric PIV techniques, particularly Mechanics research. Tomographic PIV and Holographic PIV. The applications We would like to thank the authors and referees for of these PIV techniques ranged from probing the structure adhering to a strict time schedule and a special thanks to the staff at Springer who coordinated the final production of this issue. J. Soria Laboratory for Turbulence Research in Aerospace and Combustion, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University, Clayton Campus, Melbourne, VIC 3800, Australia e-mail: julio.soria@monash.edu N. T. Clemens (&) Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, The University of Texas at Austin, 1 University Station C0600, Austin, TX 78712, USA e-mail: clemens@mail.utexas.edu http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Experiments in Fluids Springer Journals

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Exp Fluids (2011) 50:775 DOI 10.1007/s00348-011-1066-6 EDITORIAL Julio Soria Noel T. Clemens Published online: 13 March 2011 Springer-Verlag 2011 Experiments in Fluids are pleased to present this special of turbulent boundary layers, aero-acoustics and turbulent issue arising from the Eighth International Symposium on flows with chemical reactions to biological and bio-medical Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV’09), organized by flows. Monash University and held in the city of Melbourne, The Eighth International Symposium on Particle Image Australia. The symposium took place on August 25–28, Velocimetry is part of a successful biennial series, and the 2009, and was chaired by Professor Julio Soria. Five next symposium (PIV’11) will be held in Tsukuba, Japan, invited lectures by experts in PIV and related topics (Prof. from July 21 to 23, 2011, hosted by Prof. Koji Okamoto. Christian Ka ¨hler, Prof. Sang-Joon Lee, Prof. Michel With this issue, we hope to stimulate readers and authors to Stanislas, Dr. Chris Willert and Prof. Carl Meinhart), and continue to publish their work on new developments 190 papers were presented during 4 days. The presenta- and novel applications of PIV in Experiments in Fluids. tions were subdivided into three parallel oral sessions. Some of our readers might also enjoy reading a recent This special issue contains 28 selected articles from special issue on ‘‘Laser Diagnostics in Combustion’’ with among those presented at the symposium, pre-selected by Profs. Andreas Dreizler (TU Darmstadt) and Volker Sick those members of the editorial board of Experiments in (U Michigan) as guest editors. The editors dedicated this Fluids who were present at the symposium. All articles special issue to Prof. Ju ¨ rgen Wolfrum on the occasion of were submitted to the normal peer review procedure of the his 70th birthday. We are currently planning future special journal. The editors feel that this issue represents a com- issues, which will highlight specific conferences and topi- prehensive overview of the state-of-the-art of particle cal areas. These efforts, together with our regular issues of image velocimetry. In this issue, there is clear evidence of Experiments in Fluids, aim to provide our readership with further advancements in development of high-repetition timely insight into emerging and evolving areas of Fluid rate PIV and fully volumetric PIV techniques, particularly Mechanics research. Tomographic PIV and Holographic PIV. The applications We would like to thank the authors and referees for of these PIV techniques ranged from probing the structure adhering to a strict time schedule and a special thanks to the staff at Springer who coordinated the final production of this issue. J. Soria Laboratory for Turbulence Research in Aerospace and Combustion, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University, Clayton Campus, Melbourne, VIC 3800, Australia e-mail: julio.soria@monash.edu N. T. Clemens (&) Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, The University of Texas at Austin, 1 University Station C0600, Austin, TX 78712, USA e-mail: clemens@mail.utexas.edu

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