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The exhaustive list of topics in Optical Measurement Techniques In Thermal Sciences in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Optical Measurement Techniques in Thermal Sciences.
  • Nomenclature:
  • Errors.
  • Uncertainty.
  • Sampling.
  • Attenuation.
  • Phase lag.
  • Signal-tonoise ratio.
  • A/D conversion:
    • Sampling frequency.
    • Digitization.
    • Influence on s/n ratio.
    • Deriving global properties from local measurements.
    • Examples of lift.
    • Drag.
    • Friction factor.
    • Nusselt number from velocity.
    • Pressure and temperature data.
    • Design of experiments.
    • Issues related to probe selection.
    • Scaling laws.
    • Principles of similarity.
    • Buckingham-p theorem.
    • Examples involving Reynolds number.
    • Drag coefficient.
    • Strouhal number.
    • Fourier number.
    • Survey of dimensionless parameters.
    • Design of experiments based on sensitivity function and uncertainty analysis.
    • Examples related to
    •  determining the duration of the experiment.
    •  choosing between steady state and transient techniques.
    • Forward versus inverse measurements.
    • Static and dynamic calibration.
    • Compensation in the frequency domain.
  • Wind tunnels :
    • Open versus closed.
    • Low versus high speed.
    • Quality parameters.
    • Uncertainty analysis.
    • Scatter.
    • Error propagation formula.
    • Central limit theorem.
    • 95% confidence interval.
    • Normal and Student’s-t distribution.
    • Statistical rejection of data.
    • Treatment of non-stationary data sets.
    • Curve fitting (regression).
    • Integration.
    • Differentiation.
    • Root finding.
    • Solving a system of linear algebraic equations.
  • Temperature measurement:
    • Thermocouples.
    • RTD.
    • Thermister.
    • Heat flux measurement.
    • Determination of thermophysical properties.
    • Infrared thermography.
    • Principle of operation.
    • Monochromaticity, coherence, directionality, pulsing features.
    • Measurements based on light scattering.
    • Absorption spectroscopy.
    • Shadow formation.
    • Mie scattering.
    • Rayleigh.
    • Raman and other scattering methods.
    • Optical tomography.
    • Digital signal
    • Image processing.