Experimental Investigation of Two Cylindrical Water Columns Subjected to Planar Shock Wave Loading

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D. Igra, K. Takayama

Shock Wave Research Center, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, Japan

J. Fluids Eng 125(2), 325-331 (Mar 27, 2003) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1538628 History: Received April 25, 2001; Revised July 01, 2002; Online March 27, 2003
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Experimental setup and optical arrangement. 1–test section, 2–driven section, 3–driver, 4–diaphragm, 5–water columns, 6–pressure transducers, 7–universal counter, 8–delay, 9–ruby laser, 10–He-Ne laser, 11–power supply, 12–beam splitter, 13–paraboloidal schlieren mirror, 14–plane mirrors, 15–lens, 16–film holder, 17–filter, 18–half mirror
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The shape of water column view from the side
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Infinite fringe double exposure holographic interferogram at the time instant: (a) 70 μs, t*=3.137: (b) 140 μs, t*=6.335; (c) 210 μs, t*=12.578; (d) 350 μs, t*=15.919; (e) 560 μs, t*=25.544; (f ) 700 μs, t*=30.885; (g) 910 μs, t*=41.285; (h) 1050 μs, t*=47.23
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Water columns deformation in the lateral direction
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Water columns deformation in the direction of the flow
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Area change of the water columns
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Water columns trajectory
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Distance changes between the water columns
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Water columns drag coefficients
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Temporal variation of unsteady drag coefficient




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