JoVE Logo
Faculty Resource Center

Sign In

Methods for Measuring the Orientation and Rotation Rate of 3D-printed Particles in Turbulence

DOI :

10.3791/53599-v

June 24th, 2016

June 24th, 2016

9,868 Views

1Department of Physics, Wesleyan University

We use 3D printing to fabricate anisotropic particles in the shapes of jacks, crosses, tetrads, and triads, whose alignments and rotations in turbulent fluid flow can be measured from multiple simultaneous video images.

Tags

Keywords 3D printed Particles

-- Views

Related Videos

article

Encapsulation and Permeability Characteristics of Plasma Polymerized Hollow Particles

article

Experimental Measurement of Settling Velocity of Spherical Particles in Unconfined and Confined Surfactant-based Shear Thinning Viscoelastic Fluids

article

Automation of Mode Locking in a Nonlinear Polarization Rotation Fiber Laser through Output Polarization Measurements

article

Three-dimensional Particle Tracking Velocimetry for Turbulence Applications: Case of a Jet Flow

article

A High Performance Impedance-based Platform for Evaporation Rate Detection

article

Subsurface Defect Localization by Structured Heating Using Laser Projected Photothermal Thermography

article

A 3D-printed Chamber for Organic Optoelectronic Device Degradation Testing

article

Methods of Ex Situ and In Situ Investigations of Structural Transformations: The Case of Crystallization of Metallic Glasses

article

Applicability Analysis of Assessment Methods for Morphological Parameters of Corroded Steel Bars

article

Simultaneous Measurement of Turbulence and Particle Kinematics Using Flow Imaging Techniques

JoVE Logo

Privacy

Terms of Use

Policies

Research

Education

ABOUT JoVE

Copyright © 2024 MyJoVE Corporation. All rights reserved