Molecular Signal Tracking and Detection Methods in Fluid Dynamic Channels (Method and Data)

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Citation Author(s):
Mahmoud
Abbaszadeh
University of Warwick
Iresha
Atthanayake
University of Warwick
Peter
J. Thomas
University of Warwick
Weisi
Guo
Cranfield University
Submitted by:
Mahmoud Abbaszadeh
Last updated:
Thu, 03/26/2020 - 08:04
DOI:
10.21227/eae4-kg81
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Abstract 

The data set are images taken from the Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) method and the Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence (PLIF) method. These methods set out the macro-scale experimental techniques that can enable fluid dynamic knowledge to inform molecular communication performance and design. Fluid dynamic experiments can capture latent features that allow the receiver to detect coherent signal structures and infer transmit parameters for optimal decoding.

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They are in 22 zip files, the first two files are related to the PIV test and the other are for the PLIF test. PIV test files contain 654 and 1392 images for frame rates of 15 and 90 fps, respectively. The image format is .bmp, and the first image in each set is the calibration image. There are 20 zip files named PLIF-1 to PLIF-20. Each file contains approximately 150 images in .tif format. The first 25 images in each file are calibration images and the rest are images of the laser plane after injection of the fluorescence. All images are recorded with a frame rate of 2 fps so one can calculate the total recording time according to the number of images per file. The MATLAB code has also provided in each file that can help in image processing.