Originals Experiments in Fluids 26 (1999) 177 Ð 178 ( Springer-Verlag 1999 Ultrasonic Doppler method for velocity profile measurement in fluid dynamics and fluid engineering Y. Takeda An ultrasound Doppler Velocity Pro®le method (UVP method) In contrast to other measurement methods, this technique has been developed for ¯uid mechanical measurements in has the following three major advantages: physics and engineering. The principle of the method is (1) It obtains spatio-temporal information about the ¯ow straightforward; echography and Doppler effect. This method ®eld. was originally developed in medical engineering to measure (2) It can be applied to opaque liquids. blood ¯ow. However, due to various constraints arising from (3) It is a line measurement and thus a ¯ow mapping is its direct application to human body, the measurement method practical. never realised its full potential. We subsequently extended this Each of these advantages will be further explained below. method to non-medical ¯ow measurements and developed We should emphasise that this measurement method is not speci®c application systems. Although the initial motivation a pointwise measurement but a linewise measurement. Thus was to ®nd a new ¯ow measurement method for liquid metal a velocity pro®le consisting of a multiple number of data
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 4, 1999
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