Stereoscopic particle image velocimetry for engine flow measurements: Principles and applications

El-Adawy, M. and Heikal, M.R. and Rashid A. Aziz, A. and Adewale Opatola, R. (2021) Stereoscopic particle image velocimetry for engine flow measurements: Principles and applications. Alexandria Engineering Journal, 60 (3). pp. 3327-3344.

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There is an upsurge in the drive for better understanding of the processes, which control the combustion in modern engines. Large-scale intake generated flow structures, such as swirl and tumble, are known to have a significant effect on the combustion behaviour and have been widely studied by the automotive research community. Traditionally, the standard tools available to assess the in-cylinder flow behaviour inside an engine are either steady-state flow rigs or research engines with optical access. Steady-state flow rigs are used to evaluate the bulk motion using some integral parameters. Whilst the optical measurements are used to investigate detailed in-cylinder flow conditions. To assess the recent developments, principles and applications of stereoscopic particle image velocimetry to engine flow measurements are presented and discussed. © 2021 THE AUTHORS

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Combustion; Engines; Flow visualization; Optical data processing; Steady flow; Stereo image processing; Velocimeters; Velocity measurement, Combustion behaviours; In-cylinder flows; Integral parameters; Optical access; Optical measurement; Research communities; Steady-state flows; Stereoscopic particle image velocimetry, Flow measurement
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Deposited By: Ms Sharifah Fahimah Saiyed Yeop
Deposited On:19 Aug 2021 13:08
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