The characteristics of the seeding particles, which are necessary to implement the laser Doppler anemometry (LDA) technique, may significantly influence measurement accuracy. LDA data were taken on a steady-flow rig, at the entrance of the trumpet of the intake system of a high-performance engine head. Five sets of measurements were carried out using different seeding particles: samples of micro-balloons sieved to give three different size ranges (25–63 µm,90–200 µm, and standard as received from the manufacturer 1–200 µm), smoke from a "home-made" sawdust burner (particle size <=1 µm), and fog from a commercial device (particle size around 1 µm). The LDA data were compared with the results of two-phase computational fluid dynamics simulations. The comparison showed a very good agreement between the experimental and numerical results and confirmed that LDA measurements with particle dimensions in the order of 1 µm or less represent the actual gas velocity. On the contrary, quite large particles, which are often used because of their cost and cleanliness advantages, introduce non-negligible errors.
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|Titolo:||Experimental and Numerical Investigation on the Effects of the Seeding Properties on LDA Measurements|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|