Accuracy and resolution of a fast PTV-algorithm suitable for HiRes-PV

G.A.J. Plas, van der, R.J.M. Bastiaans

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Abstract

A new Particle-Tracking-Velocimetry (PTV) algorithm has been developed. This algorithm is a first step towards 3D-PTV and a basis for High Resolution Particle Velocimetry (HiRes-PV). The algorithm and its separate components are described and its performance was tested. Particle tracking tests were performed with the algorithm and it was used together with PIV to perform HiRes-PV. The designed algorithm satisfies the high demands on computational speed, storage and accuracy for PTV. Furthermore HiRes-PV results show a substantially increased performance.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational symposium on flow visualization (ISFV), 8th : 1998 Sep : Sorrento, Italy
EditorsG.M. Carlomagno, I. Grant
Pages87-1/12
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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    Plas, van der, G. A. J., & Bastiaans, R. J. M. (1998). Accuracy and resolution of a fast PTV-algorithm suitable for HiRes-PV. In G. M. Carlomagno, & I. Grant (Eds.), International symposium on flow visualization (ISFV), 8th : 1998 Sep : Sorrento, Italy (pp. 87-1/12)