3D density reconstruction of a screeching supersonic jet by synchronized multi-camera Background Oriented Schlieren
Lorenzo LANZILLOTTA, Olivier LEON, David DONJAT, Guy LE BESNERAIS
This work describes the application of 3D Background Oriented Schlieren (3DBOS) to the experimental analysis of the mean and instantaneous 3D structures of supersonic under-expanded screeching jets. These jets feature various dynamical states as the jet nozzle pressure ratio (NPR) is varied. Hence, six flow conditions were considered using acoustic measurements and 3D density reconstructions. Relying on the latter and on Proper Orthogonal Decomposition (POD) to isolate the main flow features, clear visualizations of the instantaneous 3D state and the reconstructed average dynamics of modes A1 and C, that are respectively axisymmetric and helical, were obtained.
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