1 November 1989 Complementary Field Method For Interferometric Tomographic Reconstruction Of High Speed Aerodynamic Flows
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Optical Engineering, 28(11), 281241 (1989). doi:10.1117/12.7977126
Abstract
A complementary field method has been devised for interferometric tomographic reconstruction of high-speed aerodynamic flows involving a shock. It is based on the reconstruction of the complementary field, which is the difference between the object field to be reconstructed and its estimate. The method is iterative in nature and incorporates a priori information. This study demonstrates advantages of the method in alleviating the deficiencies associated with computational reconstructors and measured data. Substantial reconstruction improvement is obtained, especially near a shock when its position is utilized as a priori information. Under the test conditions, convergence of the method is rapid.
Sovoung S. Cha, Hongwei Sun, "Complementary Field Method For Interferometric Tomographic Reconstruction Of High Speed Aerodynamic Flows," Optical Engineering 28(11), 281241 (1 November 1989). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.7977126
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Aerodynamics

Interferometry

Tomography

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