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《中国科学:技术科学(英文版)》 2010-02
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Multiresolution analysis of density fluctuation in supersonic mixing layer

ZHAO YuXin1, YI ShiHe, TIAN LiFeng, HE Lin & CHENG ZhongYu College of Aerospace and Material Engineering, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha 410073, China  
Due to the difficulties in measuring supersonic density field, the multiresolution analysis of supersonic mixing layer based on experimental images is still a formidable challenge. By utilizing the recently developed nanoparticle based planar laser scattering method, the density field of a supersonic mixing layer was measured at high spatiotemporal resolution. According to the dynamic behavior of coherent structures, the multiresolution characteristics of density fluctuation signals and density field images were studied based on Taylor’s hypothesis of space-time conversion and wavelet analysis. The wavelet coefficients reflect the characteristics of density fluctuation signals at different scales, and the detailed coefficients reflect the differences of approximation at adjacent levels. The density fluctuation signals of supersonic mixing layer differ from the periodic sine signal and exhibit similarity to the fractal Koch signal. The similarity at different scales reveals the fractal characteristic of mixing layer flowfield. The two-dimensional wavelet decomposition and reconstruction of density field images extract the approximate and detailed signals at different scales, which effectively resolve the characteristic structures of the flowfield at different scales.
【Fund】: supported by the National Natural Science Fumdation of China (Grant No. 10672178)
【CateGory Index】: V219
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