Development and implementation of planar optical diagnostics for one-phase and two-phase-flows, development and creation of special light sources, investigation of unsteady gas dynamic processes.
Basic research activities
Physical mechanisms of the effect of light on gas flows. Relaxation processes in two-phase media behind shock waves. Laser sheet visualization of unsteady and fast processes: shadow- graphy, laser sheet technique, interferometry, laser-induced fluorescence (LIF). Visualization of flow over the models based on thin-film chemical coatings: skin friction measurement by the method of liquid crystals, liquid-crystal thermography, pressure measurement on the model surface by the method of luminescent coatings. Measurement of velocity fields: PIV, PVT, speckle interferometry, spark tracer, development of algorithms and codes for processing of multi-exposure images. Temperature and heat flux measurement: thermovision, liquidcrystal thermography, spontaneous and stimulated Raman scattering. Measurement of concentrations of gas-phase components: zone-spectral visualization, LIF.
|Liquid-crystal visualization of temperature distribution on the surface of a wing mounted at an angle of attack a=27° in a subsonic flow.|
- RUSSIA: Moscow State University; Institute of Physics at St. Petersburg University; Research-Industrial Company 'Avitek' (Kirov); Institute of Physics (Krasnoyarsk); Joint-Stock Company 'West-Siberian Iron-and-Steel Works' (Novokuznetsk); Institute of Laser Physics SB RAS, Institute of Organic Chemistry SB RAS, Lavrent'ev Institute of Hydrodynamics SB RAS, Institute of Automation and Electrometry SB RAS, Public Joint-Stock Company 'Elsib', Joint-Stock Company 'NIIKhimmash', Institute of Circulation Pathology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Novosibirsk);
- BYELORUSSIA: Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer (Minsk);
- UKRAINE: Institute of Physics (Kiev);
- POLAND: Warsaw Technological University;
- GREAT BRITAIN: Edinburgh University.x
Head of the Laboratory
Doctor of physico-mathematical sciences
Victor Mikhailovich Boiko
tel.: (383) 330-78-55
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