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Scope of PIV and BOS in future aerodynamic and fluid dynamics research

Scope of PIV and BOS in future aerodynamic and fluid dynamics research

Scope of PIV and BOS in future aerodynamic and fluid dynamics research

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Hi all,

I am curious to know what the future scenario would be like for research in Particle Image Velocimetry(PIV), Backgroound-Oriented Schlieren(BOS) in the aerodynamics and fluid dynamics sectors.I am currently doing a vacation project on the imaging and analysis of high speed flows in shock tunnels.But, I'm still not very sure if I can continue to do a Masters project on the same topic and maybe continue research to get a PhD in the same area.Please guide me.

Thanks in advance,
Sri.

RE: Scope of PIV and BOS in future aerodynamic and fluid dynamics research

Sri
Email me directly - I may have someone you can contact regarding your PhD plans

Keep the wheels on the ground
Bob
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