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Recent advances in particle image velocimetry
January 26-30, 2009 - Edited by F. Scarano, M.L. Riethmuller
VKI LS 2009-01, hardcover, 1 volume, ISBN 978-2-930389-89-3

Abstract

Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) has appeared 25 years ago and since the beginning it has drastically improved in all fields. At the same time this technique became more and more utilized in fluid dynamic laboratories from research institutes and industry and it is used now in a very large range of applications. After its first appearance in the laboratories, the PIV technique has benefited of the progress in the LASER technologies as well as electronic image recording, which considerably enhanced its potential. PIV has also taken advantage of several developments made in the processing algorithms in these two decades. This spectacular evolution has been largely supported through European collaborative projects such as EuroPIV and PivNet.

These Lecture Series proceedings aim at presenting the most recent advances and the current state-of-the-art of PIV as well as the perspectives for further developments from the current work of the teams involved. The proceedings are organized into several sections.

The first one is an introductory course presenting, as a reminder the fundamental concepts of Particle Image Velocimetry with information on flow seeding, illumination techniques and planar measurements of 3 velocity components.

Then, a large emphasis is given to novel processing algorithms for time-resolved and 3D methods such as Tomographic PIV and special algorithms for robust analysis such as the ensemble correlation or the adaptive interrogation technique. The state-of-the-art of specific PIV techniques such as micro-PIV and high-resolution PIV measurements at large distance is discussed along with the presentation of typical applications.

Specific course notes devoted to the application of PIV in industrial wind tunnels, in combustion and multiphase flows give a broad coverage of the current measurement capabilities in these domains of application. The question of the accuracy achieved with the PIV technique is also deeply analysed in a course note dedicated to this topic. Finally, novel approaches based on the PIV technique to measure the wall flow properties such as pressure and shear stress are presented.  

These proceedings are a good opportunity for researchers and scientists to have a direct contact with the latest progress of the technique and to be able to discuss with the best specialists of the domain. The Lecture Series notes should therefore prove fruitful to both newcomers to Particle Image Velocimetry and experienced researchers who find here a useful update.

Table of contents

WESTERWEEL, J. & SCARANO, F. - Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Particle image velocimetry: general introduction to the technique

WILLERT, C. - German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Advanced image analysis for particle image velocimetry
Part I: Processing individual PIV recordings
Part II: Ensemble-correlation methods

KÄHLER, C.J. & HAIN, R. - Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
Time-resolved PIV: systems, interrogation algorithms and applications

LECORDIER, B. - Université et INSA de Rouen, France
Error analysis: sub-pixel precision, spatial resolution

SCARANO, F. - Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
3-D velocity measurements by scanning light sheet and tomography

KÄHLER, C.J. - Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
High resolution measurements by long-range micro-PIV

LECORDIER, B. - Université et INSA de Rouen, France
PIV in combustion and multiphase flows

VAN OUDHEUSDEN, B.W. - Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
PIV-based forces and pressure measurements

RAFFEL, M. - German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
PIV applications in industrial wind tunnels

BRÜCKER, C. - TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
PIV-based wall shear stress measurements: micro-pillars and mirror-images

THEUNISSEN, R. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
Adaptive-resolution interrogation algorithms
Treatment of fluid-solid interfaces

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