Mathematical modeling of interferograms of axisymmetrical flows for the optimization of experimental studies
A method is proposed for improving the interference diagnostics of supersonic flows. The computer plotting of interferograms for model density fields provides a means of optimizing the setting of interferometers in experimental design and of testing data-processing algorithms written for interference measurements.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Mathematical Modeling Experimental Study Supersonic Flow
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