Automotive testing using pressure-sensitive paint

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Journal titleJournal of Visualization
Subjectvisualization; PSP; automotive testing; pressure measurements
AbstractMeasurements of the surface pressure on a simplified automobile model have been performed using pressure-sensitive paint (PSP). The program was undertaken to investigate the use of commercial and in-house PSP at low speed (between 11 m/s and 92 m/s) and to find techniques to improve the measurement accuracy. A comparison ofa priori andin situ calibration methods was also conducted. A linearin situ calibration ora priori methods combined with one tap pressure, correcting for bias errors, were found to provide the best accuracy.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Aerospace Research; National Research Council Canada
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NPARC number23001824
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Record identifier8e019e93-353b-4b8f-8cae-9d4120a5e315
Record created2017-04-13
Record modified2017-04-13
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