20 October 1998 Optical tomography system for laboratory turbulence measurements
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We describe the design and operation of a high speed optical tomography system for measuring 2D images of a dynamic phase object at a rate of 5 kHz. Data from a set of eight Hartmann wavefront sensors is back-projected to produce phase images showing the details of the inner structure of a heated air flow. Series of reconstructions at different downstream locations illustrate the development of flow structure and the effect of acoustic flow forcing.
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Lenore J. McMackin, Lenore J. McMackin, Robert E. Pierson, Robert E. Pierson, Ronald J. Hugo, Ronald J. Hugo, C. Randall Truman, C. Randall Truman, } "Optical tomography system for laboratory turbulence measurements", Proc. SPIE 3432, Artificial Turbulence for Imaging and Wave Propagation, (20 October 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.327985; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.327985
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