Atlas of Visualization, Volume II
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Visualization is a novel interdisciplinary science for making any phenomenon clear by visualizing the invisible using computer techniques. It covers such diverse phenomena as fluid flow, heat and mass transfer, sound, electromagnetism, and chemical change and its combinations. The Atlas of Visualization, II presents the latest advances in visualization techniques, image processing, computer graphics, and visualization of measured and compound results. Focusing on both experimental and computer-aided visualization, this encyclopedic resource discusses all aspects of this new and evolving science.
Table of Contents
New Visualization and Imaging Techniques for Engine Combustion Research, T. Asanuma
Visualization of the Flow Into and Out of the Hole in a Duct Wall, L.A.S.B. Martins and J.H. Whitelaw
An Experimental Study on Transition and Mixing Processes in a Coaxial Jet, H. Yamashita, G. Kushida, and T. Takeno
Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Imaging of Passive Scalar Fields in a Turbulent Jet, G.J. Merkel, T. Dracos, and P. Rys
The Use of Liquid Crystals and True-Color Image Processing in Heat and Fluid Flow Experiments, J. Stasiek and M.W. Collins
The Applications of Hydrogen Bubble Method in the Investigations of Complex Flows, Q.X. Lian and T.-C. Su
Surface Flow Visualization of a Backward-Facing Step, G.M. Carlomagno
A Technique for Visualization of the Turbulent Vortex Ring, V.F. Kopiev, M.-Yu. Zaitsev, L.P. Gyriashkin, and V.A. Yakovlev
Condensation Phenomena in Laval Nozzles, G.H. Schnerr and J. Zierep
Three-Dimensional Visualization of Medical Images, Y. Suto
Some Promising Aspects on Ultrasonic Imaging Technique, H. Yuasa and Y. Tamura
Visualization of Sound Radiation and Propagation by the Sound Intensity Method, H. Tachibana, H. Yano, and Y. Hidaka