Investigation of the feasibility of an electrogas-dynamic probe for measurements of mean and RMS velocities.
Christianson, Richard Alan
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This study involves the investigation of the feasibility of an electrons dynamic (EGD) probe to measure mean and turbulent velocities. The free stream velocity was 185 ft/sec and measurements were made in the wake of a circular cylinder 2 cm in diameter. Readings made with a hot-wire anemometer at the same location and in the same spectral range were used as the standard of comparison.
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