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By Daniel Reckzeh, Heinz Hansen (auth.), Prof. Dr. Hans-Josef Rath, Carsten Holze, Dr. Hans-Joachim Heinemann, Rolf Henke, Professor Dr. Heinz Hönlinger (eds.)

This quantity includes the contributions to the 14. Symposium of the STAB (German Aerospace Aerodynamics Association). during this organization all these German scientists and engineers from universities, learn institutions and are concerned, who're doing examine and undertaking paintings in numerical and experimental fluid mechanics and aerodynamics, in most cases for aerospace yet for different purposes, too. some of the contributions are featuring effects from nationwide and ecu group subsidized initiatives. the amount provides a large evaluate over the continued paintings during this box in Germany, with the subjects being high-aspect ratio wings, low aspect-ratio wings, bluff our bodies, laminar circulate keep watch over and transition, lively circulation keep watch over, hypersonic flows, aeroelasticity, aeroacoustics, mathematical basics/ numerical simulation, actual basics, and facilities.

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12,2001, pp. 1-9. Analysis of PIV Flow Field Measurements » 21 : Figure 1 The mapping of a pair of dewarped calibration images from both stereo cameras into one image (left side) demonstrates perfect agreement. The upper vector fields (right side) show the view of both cameras. In the lower part the fields are combined and the vectors are within the plane of the light sheet while the gray values indicate the component normal to the light sheet. Figure 2 Investigated areas for 4° (left) and 16° angle of attack seen from down stream.

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