Schlieren Measurements of Fine Scale Mixing
The present paper considers Schlieren measurements of fine scale mixing in a similar system as used by Mc Kelvey et al. . A unique experiment using the Toepler-Schlieren apparatus was. performed so to obtain quantitative mixing data for the mixing of individual air jets with helium jets.
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