Visualization is a novel interdisciplinary science for making any phenomenon clear by visualizing the invisible using computer techniques. The Atlas of Visualization presents the latest advances in visualization techniques, image processing, computer graphics, and visualization of measured and compound results. Focusing on both experimental and computer-aided visualization, this encyclopedic resource discusses all aspects of this new and evolving science. This volume includes cutting-edge information on turbulent flow, vortex, water spray, PIV, jet flames, thermal plume and numerical simulation, and heat and mass transfer.
Encompasses all aspects of visualization!
The Atlas of Visualization is concerned with all aspects of visualization, not just with engineering and physics applications, but with applications in disciplines such as the biomedical sciences, oceanography, agriculture, meteorology, and sports science. The aim of this book is to provide a medium for announcing the latest advances in visualization.
Full color presentation!
Books on visualization could not discuss complex phenomena without the use of color photographs. For this reason, the Atlas of Visualization is issued in full color. This allows the complex phenomena to be presented clearly, and combined phenomena are illustrated with quantitative results and detailed structure.
The chapters and gravures in the Atlas are contributed by the world's top researchers, and provides both researchers and technicians with extremely useful information from the foremost innovators in the field of visualization. Computer scientists, mechanical engineers, physicists, applied and biological scientists, meteorologists, and sports scientists, as well as students of these disciplines, will find the Atlas of Visualization an essential source of all the latest knowledge in the field of visualization.
Quantitative Visualization of Three-Dimensional Free Surface Slopes and Elevations, D. Dabiri, X. Zhang, and M. Gharib
Dynamic and Multiple Laser Light Sheets: An Experimental Approach of Unstationary and Three-Dimensional Flows, J.P. Prenel, R. Porcar, A. Texier, and A. Strzelecki
Some Typical Mechanisms in the Early Phase of the Vortex-Shedding Process from Particle-Streak Visualization, M. Coutanceau and G. Pineau
Visualization of Velocity and Vorticity Fields, A. Krothapalli, L. Lourenco, and C. Shih
Colors in PIV, A. Cenedese and G.P. Romano
Flow Visualization in Turbulent Large-Scale Structure Research, L.W. Sigurdson
Analysis of Turbulence and Vortex Structures by Flow Mapping, C.A. Greated, C.E. Damm, and J. Whale
Quantitative Visualization of 2-D and 3-D Flows Using a Color-Coded Particle Tracking Velocimetry, T.-S. Wung
Visualization and Determination of Local Mass Transfer at Permeable and Nonpermeable Walls in Liquid Flow, W. Kühnel and V. Kottke
Heat Transfer to Air from a Yawed Circular Cylinder, G. Cardone, G. Buresti, and G.M. Carlomagno
A Visualization Study on Water Spray of Dragon Washbasin, Q.-D. Wei, D.-J. Wang, X.-D. Du, and J. Chen
Dynamics of Propane Jet Diffusion Flames, V.R. Katta, L.P. Goss, W.M. Roquemore, and L.-D. Chen
Application of Visualization Techniques for Studying the Internal Combustion Engine, S. Yamazaki and A. Saitoh
3D and 4D Visualization of Morphological and Functional Information from the Human Body Using Noninvasive Measurement Data, N. Suzuki and A. Takatsu
Giant Thermal Plume Generation Over Asphalt-Paved Highway, M. Kanda and M. Hino
Numerical Flow Visualization of Posuk-Chung, the Ninth Century Remains of Poetry Making Curved Water Channel in Korea, K.S. Chang and E. Shim