Program Schedule



Sunday, June 10, 2007


15:00-17:00 On Site Registration, Chapel Meeting Room


Monday, June 11, 2007


08:30-09:00 Keynote Address: J. T. Kegelman and J. H. Bell


Session 1: Measurements at or near Surfaces, Chaired by Rolf Engler


09:00-09:30 An Approach to Measuring the Effects of Surface Steps on Transition Using a Propelled-Model A. Bender, A. Drake, R.V. Westphal, and S. Yoshioka


09:30-10:00 Velocity Measurements Near Walls, Cavities, and Model Surfaces Using Particle Shadow Velocimetry (PSV) L. Goss, J. Estevadeordal, and J. Crafton


10:00-10:30 Break


10:30-11:00 PRM  E. Schairer


11:00-11:30 Experimental Investigations of a Shear Driven Liquid Wall Film in a Low Speed Wind Tunnel T. J. Möller, H. G. Büsing, S. Zhang, R. Radespiel


11:30-12:00 Model Deformation Measurement in the ONERA F1 Wind Tunnel 

A. Mignosi, Y. Le Sant, G. Touron, and G. Bourgignon


12:00-13:00 Lunch


Session 2: PIV, Chaired by Andre Mignosi


13:00-13:30 Determination of Velocity and Skin Friction Fields from Images by Solving Projected Motion Equations  T. Liu and L. Shen


13:30-14:00 Using Surface Stress Sensitive Films for Pressure and Friction Measurements in Mini- and Micro-Channels  S. D. Fonov, E.G. Jones, J. W. Crafton, and L. P. Goss


14:00-14:30 Demonstration of Clean Particle Seeding for Particle Image Velocimetry in a Closed Circuit Supersonic Wind Tunnel C.M. McNiel, M.F. Reeder and D.W. Peltier


14:30-15:00 Break


15:00-15:30 Time-Resolved PIV for Measuring Flow Field Spectral Properties

M. P. Wernet


15:30-16:00 A Combined PIV/Force Balance Study of a Fin-Wake Aerodynamic Interaction  S.J. Beresh, J.A. Smith, J.F. Henfling, T.W. Grasser, and R.W. Spillers


16:00-17:00 Panel Discussion


18:00-20:00 Beach Barbecue and Bonfire


Tuesday, June 12, 2007


Session 3: PSP, Chaired by Keisuke Asai


08:00-08:30 Lifetime Based Pressure Sensitive Paint Systems: Issues and Solutions      L. Goss, J. Crafton, and G. Jones


08:30-09:00 Evaluation of Lifetime-based Pressure-Sensitive Paint Measurement in Low-speed Flow T. Yamashita, H. Nagai, and K. Asai


09:00-09:30 Development of Bi-Luminophore Pressure-Sensitive Paint Systems      K. Mitsuo, M. Kurita, K. Nakakita, and K. Fujii


09:30-10:00 Development of Pressure-Sensitive Paint Technique in a Supersonic Blowdown Wind Tunnel and its Application to a Busemann Biplane     K. Saito, T. Ogawa, H. Nagai, K. Asai


10:00-10:30 Break


10:30-11:00 Application of Pressure-Sensitive Paint for Determination of Dynamic Surface Pressures on a Rotating 65° Delta Wing and an Oscillating 2D profile in Transonic Flow C. Klein


11:00-11:30 Development of a Pressure Sensitive Paint System for Measuring Global Surface Pressures on Rotorcraft Blades N. Watkins


11:30-12:00 Pressure Field, Heat Flux Field and Surface Streamline Measurements in Ludwig Wind Tunnel  V. Mosharov and V. Radchenko


12:00-13:00 Lunch


Session 4: PIV, Chaired by Mark Wernet


13:00-13:30 Filtered Rayleigh Scattering Based Concentration Measurements for a Horizontal Buoyant Jet C. C. McGaha and M. F. Reeder


13:30-14:00 Mobile CARS-Rayleigh Instrument for Simultaneous Measurement of Multiple Properties in Gaseous Flows D. Bivolaru, J. W.  Lee, S. B. Jones, S. Tedder, P. M. Danehy, and A. D. Cutler


14:00-14:30 Development of a Rayleigh Scattering Diagnostic for Time-resolved Gas Flow Velocity, Temperature, and Density Measurements in Aerodynamic Test Facilities A. F. Mielke, K. A. Elam, and C. Sung


14:30-15:00 Recent Progress Towards a High-Speed Three-Dimensional Flow Visualization Technique B. S. Thurow


15:00-15:30 Break


15:30-16:00 The Application of the Colored Background Oriented Schlieren Technique (CBOS) to Free-Flight and In-Flight Measurements F. Leopold


16:00-16:30 Planar Doppler Velocimetry for Low-Speed Flows T.P. Jenkins, K.I. Turner, and R.L. McKenzie


16:30-17:00 Conceptual Design of a Laser Light Sheet Flow Visualization System for a Pressurized Low Speed Wind Tunnel  K. Mejia



Wednesday, June 13, 2007


Session 5: Miscellaneous Topics, Chaired by Rob Zwemmer


08:30-09:00 Free-flight Force Measurement Technique in the Impulsive Facility HIEST H. Tanno, Hideyuki, T. Komuro, K. Sato, and K. Itoh


09:00-09:30 Hypersonic Free Flight Measurement Techniques A. K. Owen

and F. K. Owen


09:30-10:00 Aerodynamic Interactions between Adjacent Slender Bodies, Theory Instrumentation Testing  D. Weihs, M. Ringel and M. Victor


10:00-10:30 Break


10:30-11:00 Characterization of a Diamond-based Nanowire Temperature Sensor      S. H. Zaidi and A. M. Zaitsev


11:00-11:30 Applying Object Oriented Programming in Labview to Acquisition and Control Systems in the NRCC 3m x 6m Open-Circuit Propulsion and Icing Tunnel  M. Chen


11:30-12:00 Virtual Diagnostics Interface: Real Time Comparison of Experimental Data and CFD Predictions for a NASA Ares I Like Vehicle R. Schwartz and

G. Fleming


12:00-13:00 Lunch


Session 6: TSP, Chaired by James Bell


13:00-13:30 Development of Luminophore-Pendant Temperature-Sensitive Paint and its Application to Pressure-Sensitive Paint for Aerodynamic Measurements     

Y. Iijima, H. Sakaue, K. Morita


13:30-14:00 Calculation of Mass Transfer Coefficients in a Crystal Growth Chamber through Heat Transfer Measurements   J. H. Bell and L. A. Hand


14:00-14:30 Temperature-Sensitive Paint Application in Cryogenic Wind Tunnels: Transition Detection at High Reynolds Numbers and Influence of the Technique on Measured Aerodynamic Coefficients  U. Fey, Y. Egami and C. Klein


14:30-15:00 Continued Development of a Global Heat Transfer Measurement System at AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9  I. Kurits, M. J. Lewis,

M. P. Hamner, and J. D. Norris


15:00-15:30 Break


15:30- 17:00 Panel Discussion


18:00-20:00 Congress Dinner and Awards


Thursday, June 14, 2007


09:00-12:00 Panel Meetings