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Fluid Mechanics Events in January

The new year brings a couple of important events for our fluid mechanics teams.

TSI fluid mechanics experts are gearing up for two important events in early January. Though the two conferences serve very different fields, fluid mechanics plays important roles in each.

  1. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting | The SICB has a history that goes back well over 100 years. This annual meeting is an opportunity for scientists across all disciplines of biology to present new research and information to members.

    TSI experts will exhibit in booth 203 in the Marriott Tampa Waterside. They will be focusing on particle image velocimetry or PIV as an excellent tool for the measurements of wake flow and vortex ring formation for animals in sea and air. Read a 2-page TSI paper about the turning behavior of jellyfish. 

    Single, instantaneous velocity field of the jellyfish wake.Following the SICB meeting, TSI will host a workshop, "Particle Image Velocimetry for Experimental Biology: Principles, Implementation, and a Hands-On Session" from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Jan 8. Find more information about the TSI workshop on the SCIB website.
  2. AIAA SciTech Forum | The day after SICB and TSI's workshop winds up, SciTech Forum starts! We will be in San Diego for this conference aimed at aerospace engineers, scientists, technologists, and other professionals.

    At SciTech, we'll display our complete line of fluid diagnostics systems for air/gas flow research including: Particle Image Velocimetry, TR-Volumetric PIV, Laser Doppler Velocimetry and Hot Wire Anemometry. These systems can be used for measuring supersonic to low speed flows, giving details of the fluid statistics.

This will undoubtedly be a busy and exciting week for the fluid mechanics engineers and product specialists. We'll post photos from these events on our Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter accounts, so drop by or follow TSI!

Posted on Dec 20 2018 07:32
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