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Signal-to-noise ratio is one of the crucial image features that determine the accuracy of flow parameters in techniques such as particle image velocimetry and molecular tagging velocimetry. As the name indicates, optical SNR can be described as the ratio of photon signal to the noise present around this signal.
Abbreviations At: Delay time k: Mean filter size R: Spatial correlation coefficient S: Source window size CAD: Crank angle degree LDV: Laser Doppler velocimetry LW: Line width MRV: Magnetic resonance velocimetry MTV: Molecular tagging velocimetry [N.sub.2]O: Nitrous oxide NO: Nitric oxide PIV: Particle image velocimetry rms: Root-mean-square SNR: Signal-to-noise ratio TDC: Top dead center.
Fedewa, "Gaseous flow measurements in an internal combustion engine assembly using molecular tagging velocimetry," Experiments in Fluids, vol.
North, "Two-component molecular tagging velocimetry utilizing NO fluorescence lifetime and N[O.sub.2] photodissociation techniques in an underexpanded jet flowfield," Applied Optics, vol.
Klewicki, "A fast data reduction algorithm for molecular tagging velocimetry: the decoupled spatial correlation technique," Measurement Science and Technology, vol.
The commonly used methods at present and the potential techniques for the near future for indoor airflow measurements include rotating vane anemometers, thermal anemometers, ultrasonic anemometers, Laser-Doppler velocimetry, visualization techniques, particle image velocimetry, particle tracking velocimetry, and molecular tagging velocimetry. These techniques are reviewed in the remainder of this paper.
Molecular tagging velocimetry (MTV) tracks the displacement of the tagged flow regions of interest within a given time delay through imaging flow-tracing molecules excited by a pattern of a pulsed laser to determine the flow velocity (Miles and Lempert 1997; Koochesfahani 1999; Zheng and Klewicki 2000; Lempert et al.
Development of stereoscopic molecular tagging velocimetry. Experiments in Fluids 30:302-8.
Molecular tagging velocimetry and other novel applications of a new phosphorescent supramolecule.
Molecular tagging velocimetry (MTV): Progress and applications.
Molecular tagging velocimetry measurements in supersonic microjets.
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