A Turbulent Wall Layer Visualization System Using a Dense Fog and a Scanning Laser Beam
Flow visualization is a well established technique [1–3] as a means for better understanding the general nature of complex flows. Recently, its importance was improved revolutionary by the introduction of digital image processing . The usefulness of flow visualization has been amply demonstrated by the large number of articles on the subject after the pioneering work of Kline and co-workers [5–6].
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