1. Schlieren.- 2. Interferometric Flow Measurement.- 3. Digital Particle Image Velocimetry.- 4. Dynamic Flow Measurements Based on Molecular Rayleigh Scattering.- 5. Spray Diagnostics.- 6. Combustion Imaging Using Fluorescence and Elastic Scattering.- 7. Tunable Diode Laser Sensors for Combustion.- 8. Particulate Measurement Methods.- 9. Luminescent Paints for Pressure and Temperature Measurements.- 10. Pyrometry for Temperature Measurements.- 11. Surface Shear Stress Measurements.- 12. Fiber Grating Strain Sensors.- 13. Surface Deformation Measurements.- 14. Damage Detection Using Holography and Interferometry.
Optical Metrology for Fluids, Combustion and Solids is the first practical handbook that presents the assemblage of the techniques necessary to provide a basic understanding of optical measurement for fluids, combustion, and solids. The use of light as a measurement tool has grown over the past twenty years from a narrowly specialized activity to a mainstay of modern research today. Until recently, the knowledge that could be extracted from the light interaction of light with physical objects was limited to specialized activities. The invention of the laser, the computer and microelectronics has enabled a measurement revolution such that virtually every parameter of engineering interest can be measured using the minimally intrusive properties of light.
The authors of this book's chapters are leaders in this revolution. They work on the front lines of research in government, industry, and universities, inventing yet more ways to harness the power of light for the generation of knowledge.
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