Measurement of instantaneous velocities from a fluidically controlled nozzle using a laser Doppler velocimeter.
Hollis, Michael Kenneth
Collins, Daniel J.
Platzer, Max F.
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A laser Doppler velocimeter was used to investigate the flow field produced by an oscillating jet. Velocity measurements were made with the fluidically controlled jet in both the oscillatory and non-oscillatory modes. Mean and instantaneous surveys were made to quantify the time dependent nature of the jet.
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