Flow visualization on a small scale/
Hixson, Roy Lester III
Healey, J. Val
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A quarter scale model of the planned renovated form of an existing flow visualization tunnel was designed and constructed to test the quality of flow and for small scale research and flow visualization demonstrations. Three flow visualization techniques were developed, including fog injection, helium bubbles, and smoke wire. In addition to velocity calibration and test section mapping of the tunnel, the latter two of these methods were used for visualizing flows around three different shaped bodies as demonstration that the tunnel's design objectives were realized. Both techniques produced excellent photographic results of flows around a block of rectangular cross section, a circular cylinder and an airfoil.
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