A PIV based technique is developed to perform flow measurements in the vicinity of the air–water interface of a submerged confined jet. Both the interface movement and the velocity field immediately beneath it are measured simultaneously. A detailed turbulence structure in the surface influence region is thus obtained. Flow parameters evaluated without and w.r.t. the interface are quantified and compared against previous works obtained using the conventional Eulerian-based instrumentation which do not account for the interface fluctuation, and checked against analytical model characterising the turbulence close to a assumed flat air–water interface.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 23, 1999
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