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Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan
A three-dimensional open-channel flow having a rectangular block on one side of the channel wall was measured by applying a conventional 2-D PTV technique to the vertical and horizontal images visualized by a laser-light sheet. A high-speed video camera with 200 fps was used to capture about 4500 consecutive images, from which the mean and the turbulent properties were extracted by applying the binary image cross-correlation method. The cross-sectional secondary flows were obtained by combiningdoi:10.3154/jvs.19.supplement1_263 fatcat:iy4tldo3a5gehcxhfa5q5xylxu