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Tomographic reconstruction of shock layer flows

Faletic, Rado; Houwing, A Frank; Boyce, Russell R


The tomographic reconstruction of supersonic flows faces two challenges. Firstly, techniques used in the past, such as the direct Fourier method (DFM) (Gottlieb and Gustafsson in On the direct Fourier method for computer tomography, 1998; Morton in Tomographic imaging of supersonic flows, 1995) or various backprojection (Kak and Slaney in Principles of computerized tomographic imaging, vol. 33 in Classics in Applied Mathematics, 2001) techniques, have only been able to reconstruct areas of the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2007
Type: Journal article
Source: Shock Waves
DOI: 10.1007/s00193-007-0098-6


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