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.... instruments, 207 N Na-Fluoresceine (Uranin), 73 Natural flame luminosity, 19a 20 Nd-YAG lasers, 5 Nikon AF camera, 73 Nitrogen, ... 67a77 flow visualization, 72a74, 75 methods, 68a70 tomography, 70a72, 74, 76a77 PDF (probability density function), 56, 60, 62a63, ... 64 Programmable stepper motor, 72 PTV ( particle tracking velocimetry), 22 R Random eddies, 106 Rapid cleaning actual engine, 3a4, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Atlas of Visualization|
|Author||:||Yasuki Nakayama, Yoshimichi Tanida|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1996-05-29|