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Adaptive Mesh Refinement

Detonation/Wedge Interaction

DNS of Detonation/Turbulence Interaction

Pulsed Detonation Engines

Continuous Detonation Engines

Detonation Driven, Linear Electric Power Generation

High Frequency, Fluidic Valve Fuel Injector for Detonation-Based Engines

UT LSAMP Projects

NCCC Method for LabVIEW

Supersonic Wind Tunnel Control

Portable Color Schlieren System

Micro Vortex Generators



About the ARC

Nonstationary Cross-correlation Coefficient Method for LabVIEW
The two programs available for download on this page provide statistical estimates of the time-of-flight between signals. For the research at this facility, they have typically been used for shock and detonation wave data analysis, although there are likely to be more applications. These programs and their performance is discussed in a paper by Lu et al. (doi:10.1016/j.ymssp.2008.11.001) for the journal Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing. The program XCOR discussed in the paper has since gone through a few minor modifications. The program NCCC is different from XCOR in that it is an unbiased estimate. LabVIEW does not need to be installed to run NCCC.
Several other methods similar to the one above are under development and will be reported in upcoming conference papers.