We have used particle image velocimetry adapted to the Couette–Taylor system in order to measure the flow characteristics (axial and radial velocity components, vorticity fields, kinetic energy, etc.) and their spatio-temporal dependence. By looking for similarity between spatio-temporal diagrams of reflected light intensity and those of velocity fields, we have established that the intensity of light reflected by Kalliroscope flakes is related to the radial velocity component when the outer cylinder is fixed.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 9, 2008
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