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Quantifying the dynamics of flow within a permeable bed using time-resolved endoscopic particle imaging velocimetry (EPIV).

Blois, G. and Sambrook Smith, G.H. and Best, J.L. and Hardy, R.J. and Lead, J.R. (2012) 'Quantifying the dynamics of flow within a permeable bed using time-resolved endoscopic particle imaging velocimetry (EPIV).', Experiments in fluids., 53 (1). pp. 51-76.

Abstract

This paper presents results of an experimental study investigating the mean and temporal evolution of flow within the pore space of a packed bed overlain by a free-surface flow. Data were collected by an endoscopic PIV (EPIV) technique. EPIV allows the instantaneous velocity field within the pore space to be quantified at a high spatio-temporal resolution, thus permitting investigation of the structure of turbulent subsurface flow produced by a high Reynolds number freestream flow (Re s in the range 9.8 × 103–9.7 × 104). Evolution of coherent flow structures within the pore space is shown to be driven by jet flow, with the interaction of this jet with the pore flow generating distinct coherent flow structures. The effects of freestream water depth, Reynolds and Froude numbers are investigated.

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00348-011-1198-8
Record Created:23 Apr 2012 14:50
Last Modified:15 Nov 2012 10:29

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