Validation of magnetic resonance concentration measurements with adiabatic wall temperature measurements
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Adiabatic wall temperature measurements were obtained in a high subsonic Mach number airflow experiment and compared with concentration measurements near the surface from a low-speed liquid flow experiment. Excellent agreement between the temperature and concentration measurements validates the investigation of turbulent mixing phenomena in compressible gas flows through the study of incompressible liquid flows with magnetic resonance techniques.
KeywordsStagnation Temperature Splitter Plate Adiabatic Wall Surface Temperature Measurement Copper Sulfate Solution
The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of Honeywell International, Inc.
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