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Summer papers, presentations, and shows for fluid mechanics

The TSI fluid mechanics team is presenting papers, hosting workshops, and exhibiting heavily in June and July.

TSI fluid mechanics experts are presenting, hosting, and exhibiting this summerIn the weeks between the end of June and the end of July, TSI fluid mechanics experts will be part of four major events in the US and Europe. 

  • June 25-27 in London | TSI will hold three full-day fluid mechanics workshops on systems and techniques, covering Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV), Phase Doppler Particle Analysis (PDPA), and Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV). See more details and RSVP to join us at Fluid Mechanics Workshops UK 2019
  • July 21 in Munich | TSI is hosting a PIV workshop, Advanced Solutions for Volumetric PIV just prior to the 13th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry or #ISPIV2019. The focus is on Dense Particle Identification and Reconstruction (DPIR), and guest speakers include experts from the University of Illinois and the University of Zurich. Learn more & sign up for the PIV Workshop.
  • July 22-24 in Munich | The TSI fluid mechanics team will be exhibiting at the 13th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry, or ISPIV, immediately following our PIV Workshop. See us there to find out about hardware, controls, and software that can support your research in turbulence, flow interaction, multi-phase flows, and other areas.
  • July 29-August 1, San Francisco | ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference (AJKFluids) meets every four years. The AJKFluids conference accepted 6 papers from TSI scientists and engineers this year; our experts will present research on several days as part of the Fluid Measurement & Instrumentation Technical Committee track of the event. Read about TSI presentations at AJKFluids 2019.

Browse products, systems, and research from our experts in the Fluid Mechanics section of the TSI website. 

Posted on Jun 17 2019 09:11
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