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This article presents a method for three-dimensional confocal microscopy to study the kinematics of nanometer-sized molecules and particles that are of great interest to a wide range of biological systems and cellular mechanics but have heretofore been obscured by limitations in measurement technology. The correlation-based...

PIV uncertainty quantification is important for comparison with CFD simulations and engineering design, but is challenging due to the complex non-linear measurement chain which involves a large number of parameters. Multiple assessments show that none of the current methods can reliably predict the actual uncertainty...

We present a ray tracing image generation methodology for rendering realistic images of particle image velocimetry (PIV) and background oriented schlieren (BOS) experiments in the presence of density/refractive index gradients. This methodology enables the simulation of experiments for experimental design, error, and uncertainty analysis. Images...

Measurement of pressure in a fluid flow is essential in engineering applications as well as in investigations of flow physics. Pressure measurement devices such as wall pressure ports, static tubes, pressure-sensitive paint, etc., can be invasive, and provide only point measurements or a surface distribution....

Despite its clinical importance, accurately assessing the progression and risk of rupture of cerebral aneurysms is challenging. Hemodynamic factors play an important role in aneurysm progression, but previous studies have reported contradictory findings, preventing specific mechanisms from being defined. To date, the vast majority of studies...