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Supermicronic And Submicronic Optical Sizing Including A Discussion Of Densely Laden Flows

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G. Gouesbet, M. Ledoux

Universite de Rouen (France)

Opt. Eng. 23(5), 235631 (Oct 01, 1984). doi:10.1117/12.7973347
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Abstract

Recent advances in the theoretical background are presented. The optical sizing techniques currently used and/or under development at Rouen University are discussed, namely simultaneous sizing and velocimetry using a corrected laser beam system, holography and Malvern diffractometry, diffusion-broadening spectroscopy, and multiple-scattering media diagnosis. Examples of applications are reported.


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G. Gouesbet and M. Ledoux
"Supermicronic And Submicronic Optical Sizing Including A Discussion Of Densely Laden Flows", Opt. Eng. 23(5), 235631 (Oct 01, 1984). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.7973347


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