His main research concerns Particle image velocimetry, Mechanics, Optics, Classical mechanics and Flow. His research investigates the connection between Particle image velocimetry and topics such as Mach number that intersect with issues in Boundary layer. Mechanics is closely attributed to Lift in his work.
His Optics research incorporates themes from Shock wave, Mach wave, Prandtl–Meyer expansion fan and Wind tunnel. His Classical mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Insect wing, Wing loading, Angle of attack, Wing twist and Aerodynamic force. His research integrates issues of Mechanical engineering and Potential flow around a circular cylinder in his study of Flow.
B. W. van Oudheusden focuses on Mechanics, Particle image velocimetry, Boundary layer, Classical mechanics and Mach number. His Vortex, Turbulence, Shock wave, Wake and Flow investigations are all subjects of Mechanics research. B. W. van Oudheusden has included themes like Thermal, Silicon, Inviscid flow, Electronic engineering and Flow measurement in his Flow study.
His research investigates the connection between Particle image velocimetry and topics such as Drag that intersect with problems in Airfoil. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Laminar flow and Bubble. His Mach number research integrates issues from Compressibility, Transonic, Turbulence kinetic energy and Shock.
B. W. van Oudheusden spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Particle image velocimetry, Vortex, Flapping and Wing. His research investigates the link between Mechanics and topics such as Classical mechanics that cross with problems in Flow separation. His Particle image velocimetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Drag, Acoustics, Rotational symmetry and Reynolds number.
His Vortex study incorporates themes from Flow, Jet and Strouhal number. His Flapping study combines topics in areas such as Immersed boundary method, Wake, Camber and Micro air vehicle. The concepts of his Wing study are interwoven with issues in Angle of attack, Aerodynamics, Flow velocity and Deformation.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Particle image velocimetry, Vortex, Flapping and DelFly. He has researched Mechanics in several fields, including Immersed boundary method and Classical mechanics. B. W. van Oudheusden interconnects Lagrangian particle tracking and Transonic in the investigation of issues within Classical mechanics.
B. W. van Oudheusden performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Particle image velocimetry and Pitch angle via his papers. His Vortex study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Flow, Angular momentum, Bubble and Reynolds decomposition. His Wake research focuses on Turbulence and how it relates to Vortex ring and Supersonic speed.
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Tomographic particle image velocimetry
G. E. Elsinga;F. Scarano;B. Wieneke;B. W. van Oudheusden.
Experiments in Fluids (2006)
PIV-based pressure measurement
B W van Oudheusden.
Measurement Science and Technology (2013)
Phase-resolved characterization of vortex shedding in the near wake of a square-section cylinder at incidence
B. W. van Oudheusden;F. Scarano;N. P. van Hinsberg;D. W. Watt.
Experiments in Fluids (2005)
Instantaneous planar pressure determination from PIV in turbulent flow
R. de Kat;R. de Kat;B. W. van Oudheusden.
Experiments in Fluids (2012)
Evaluation of integral forces and pressure fields from planar velocimetry data for incompressible and compressible flows
B. W. van Oudheusden;F. Scarano;E. W. M. Roosenboom;E. W. F. Casimiri.
Experiments in Fluids (2007)
Particle tracer response across shocks measured by PIV
D. Ragni;F. Schrijer;B. W. van Oudheusden;F. Scarano.
Experiments in Fluids (2011)
Silicon thermal flow sensors
B.W. van Oudheusden.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (1992)
Design, aerodynamics and autonomy of the DelFly
G C H E de Croon;M A Groen;C De Wagter;B Remes.
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics (2012)
Three-dimensional vortex organization in a high-Reynolds-number supersonic turbulent boundary layer
G. E. Elsinga;Ronald Adrian;B. W. Van Oudheusden;F. Scarano.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2010)
Three-dimensional instantaneous structure of a shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction
R.A. Humble;G.E. Elsinga;F. Scarano;B.W. van Oudheusden.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2009)
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