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Nicolas A. Buchmann
Nicolas A. Buchmann
Research Fellow, Institut für Strömungsmechanik und Aerodynamik, Universität der Bundeswehr München
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Fabrication of rigid and flexible refractive-index-matched flow phantoms for flow visualisation and optical flow measurements
PH Geoghegan, NA Buchmann, CJT Spence, S Moore, M Jermy
Experiments in fluids 52, 1331-1347, 2012
1302012
Tomographic particle image velocimetry investigation of the flow in a modeled human carotid artery bifurcation
NA Buchmann, C Atkinson, MC Jeremy, J Soria
Experiments in fluids 50, 1131-1151, 2011
872011
Ultra-high-speed tomographic digital holographic velocimetry in supersonic particle-laden jet flows
NA Buchmann, C Atkinson, J Soria
Measurement Science and Technology 24 (2), 024005, 2012
832012
Unsteady flow in the nasal cavity with high flow therapy measured by stereoscopic PIV
CJT Spence, NA Buchmann, MC Jermy
Experiments in Fluids, 1-11, 2012
832012
High spatial range velocity measurements in a high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer
CM de Silva, EP Gnanamanickam, C Atkinson, NA Buchmann, N Hutchins, ...
Physics of fluids 26 (2), 2014
812014
Influence of ZNMF jet flow control on the spatio-temporal flow structure over a NACA-0015 airfoil
NA Buchmann, C Atkinson, J Soria
Experiments in fluids 54, 1-14, 2013
762013
Stereoscopic PIV measurements of flow in the nasal cavity with high flow therapy
CJT Spence, NA Buchmann, MC Jermy, SM Moore
Experiments in fluids 50, 1005-1017, 2011
712011
Pulsed, high-power LED illumination for tomographic particle image velocimetry
NA Buchmann, CE Willert, J Soria
Experiments in fluids 53, 1545-1560, 2012
682012
On the appropriate filtering of PIV measurements of turbulent shear flows
C Atkinson, NA Buchmann, O Amili, J Soria
Experiments in fluids 55, 1-15, 2014
652014
Time-resolved PIV measurements of the flow field in a stenosed, compliant arterial model
PH Geoghegan, NA Buchmann, J Soria, MC Jermy
Experiments in fluids 54, 1-19, 2013
512013
Shock structures and instabilities formed in an underexpanded jet impinging on to cylindrical sections
N Mason-Smith, D Edgington-Mitchell, NA Buchmann, DR Honnery, ...
Shock Waves 25, 611-622, 2015
482015
Stereoscopic and tomographic PIV of a pitching plate
AJ Buchner, N Buchmann, K Kilany, C Atkinson, J Soria
Experiments in fluids 52, 299-314, 2012
422012
Flow visualization by mobile phone cameras
C Cierpka, R Hain, NA Buchmann
Experiments in fluids 57, 1-10, 2016
412016
Investigation of scaling laws in a turbulent boundary layer flow with adverse pressure gradient using PIV
T Knopp, NA Buchmann, D Schanz, B Eisfeld, C Cierpka, R Hain, ...
Journal of Turbulence 16 (3), 250-272, 2015
392015
An experimental investigation of turbulent convection velocities in a turbulent boundary layer
C Atkinson, NA Buchmann, J Soria
Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 94, 79-95, 2015
362015
Ultra-high-speed 3D astigmatic particle tracking velocimetry: application to particle-laden supersonic impinging jets
NA Buchmann, C Cierpka, CJ Kähler, J Soria
Experiments in fluids 55, 1-13, 2014
322014
Particle image velocimetry measurements of blood flow in a modeled carotid artery bifurcation
NA Buchmann, MC Jermy
School of Engineering, The University of Queensland, 2007
262007
A novel high-speed imaging technique to predict the macroscopic spray characteristics of solution based pressurised metered dose inhalers
NA Buchmann, DJ Duke, SA Shakiba, DM Mitchell, PJ Stewart, D Traini, ...
Pharmaceutical research 31, 2963-2974, 2014
242014
High spatial resolution imaging of a supersonic underexpanded jet impinging on a flat plate
NA Buchmann, DM Mitchell, KM Ingvorsen, DR Honnery, J Soria
6th Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, 2011
242011
Wall pressure signature in compressible turbulent boundary layers
NA Buchmann, YC Kücükosman, K Ehrenfried, CJ Kähler
Progress in Wall Turbulence 2: Understanding and Modelling, 93-102, 2015
222015
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