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matlab 2D image processing GUI toolbox for flow visualization

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A general flow visualization Matlab toolbox has been developed for post processing images from PLIF (Planar laser induce fluorescence), BOS (background oriented Schlieren), TSLC (Temperature sensitive liquid crystal) and PSP (Pressure sensitive paint). It incorporates several common planar/surface visualization techniques: PLIF for tracer concentration, BOS for gas density, PSP for surface pressure and TSLC for surface temperature measurement, sheargraphy.

Both GUI and command line interface are provided for newbie and advanced user. Image can be processed into contour image, matlab mat and tecplot data. Furthermore, this toolbox can be conveniently extended for 2D image processing in other disciplines, for example, surface stress measurement, inferred thermograph, PIV. See developer guide for HOWTO.

* example project.mat and calib.mat use abs path will not work for you directly. pl. del it & rebuild! *

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Java Swing

Programming Language

MATLAB

Registered

2012-09-23

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