By M. Samimy, K. S. Breuer, L. G. Leal, P. H. Steen
The visualization of fluid move has performed a big position within the improvement of fluid dynamics and its functions, from the evolution of flight to monitoring climate, and realizing the circulate of blood. The Fluid Dynamics department of the yankee actual Society sponsors an annual pageant for striking photographs of fluid movement. This quantity contains a choice of winners from 1985 to the current. each one photo is followed through a few explanatory textual content, making the amount a huge acquisition for a person eager about fluid circulate learn.
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Keywords dye visualization; stretched vortex; centrifugal instability. A Gallery of Fluid Motion, ed. M. Samimy et al. Published by Cambridge University Press. © Cambridge University Press, 2003. Vortices 27 Figure 1 1 droplet/vortex. Figure 2 Droplet entrainment. Figure 3 10 droplets/vortex. Visualization of “Vaporlines” Emanating From Water Droplets Robert Hancock Air Force Research Laboratory Wright–Patterson AFB, Ohio These images illustrate a novel visualization technique in which water droplets, vapor from these droplets, and their interaction with the carrier gas can be observed simultaneously as they interact with one another in two-phase ﬂows.
Drops and bubbles 45 (a) (b) (a) (b) (c) (d) (c) (d) Figure 1 (a–d) Figure 2 (a–d) Breakup and dispersion of highly stretched droplets in a chaotic flow field M. Tjahjadi and J. M. 1 The initial condition in Fig. 1(a) is a drop of pale oil immersed in corn syrup (ϭ38 000 cps) ﬁlling the gap between the two eccentric cylinders. 5 dyn/cm. 1 cm is O(10Ϫ4); the Reynolds and Strouhal numbers of the macroscopic ﬂow are O(10Ϫ2) and O(10Ϫ1). ) 1 periodically, in clockwise and counterclockwise directions, respectively.
Published by Cambridge University Press. © Cambridge University Press, 2003. 34 A Gallery of Fluid Motion Figure 1(a) 30 min. The dendrites are closely packed owing to the fresh supply of NH4Cl-rich solution to the freezing front by ﬁnger convection. All photos were taken at f 8 and 1/15 sec and at 1:1 picture ratio. The actual area depicted in each photo is 24 ϫ35 mm. Figure 2(a) 29 min. 49, and less vigorous convection, the much layer becomes more loosely packed and more structured. Figure 1(b) 2 h 30 min.
A Gallery of Fluid Motion by M. Samimy, K. S. Breuer, L. G. Leal, P. H. Steen