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2 December 1993 Optical diagnostic instrumentation for the aero-optic evaluation center
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This paper describes recent aero-optical measurements in the LENS facility, to evaluate the turbulent flow field characteristics of model configurations in hypervelocity airflow. The AOEC instrumentation suited which utilizes visible and infrared light sources, a wide-band optical bus and refractive and radiative sensors is described. Validation studies with simple optical aperture configurations in high enthalpy flow are discussed. The aero-optical instrumentation used in these studies are described.
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James E. Craig, Chris K. Karaguleff, Ronald A. Parker, Michael S. Holden, John E. Pond, and George W. Sutton "Optical diagnostic instrumentation for the aero-optic evaluation center", Proc. SPIE 2005, Optical Diagnostics in Fluid and Thermal Flow, (2 December 1993);


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