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1.1. Towards increased engine efficiency: can fundamental research help?
1.2. Complex flows in nature and technology
2.1. Dean vortices in steady flow
2.1.1. Mean flow development
2.1.2. Vortex structure in turbulent flows
2.2. Swirling flow
2.3. PULSATING FLOW WITH AND WITHOUT CURVATURE EFFECTS 19
2.3. Pulsating flow with and without curvature effects
2.3.1. Pulsating flow in straight pipes
2.3.2. Pulsating flow through curved channels
2.4. Summary of previous studies
2.5. Flow parameters
3.1. The rotating pipe facillity
3.2. The CICERO rig
3.3. HOT/COLD-WIRE ANEMOMETRY (HWA/CWA) 35
3.3. Hot/Cold-Wire Anemometry (HWA/CWA)
3.3.1. Hot-wire calibration
3.3.2. Temperature compensation
3.4. Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)
3.5. Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV)
3.6. EXPERIMENTAL METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF COMPLEX FLOWS 49
3.6. Experimental methods for the study of complex flows
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Experimental Study of Turbulent Flows Through Pipe Bends

Experimental Study of Turbulent Flows Through Pipe Bends

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Turbulent flow in pipe bends
Turbulent flow in pipe bends

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