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Ideal Fiber Laser Technology for LDV and PDPA Measurements

Apr 06 2022 9:00 Chicago / 16:00 Berlin / 19:30 New Delhi Online

The Itasca Solid-state laser module is a new light source module based on fiber laser technology intended for use in LDV and PDPA systems.Once the mainstay of most laser doppler velocimetry (LDV) and phase doppler particle analysis (PDPA) systems, Argon-Ion gas lasers are becoming more and more rare. With this slow decline, parts and repairs are becoming more difficult to keep critical experiments up and running.

Introducing the New Itasca Laser Module – A Powerful Laser Source for LDV and PDPA Measurements

The Itasca Solid-State Laser Module is a new light source module based on fiber laser technology intended for use in LDV and PDPA systems. The fiber laser provides excellent beam quality with TEM00 mode and M2=1.03 to ensure fringe uniformity in the measurement volume. The Itasca laser eliminates the need for unwieldy large voltage sources, such as 240V/3-phase, and water cooling (which can waste gallons/minute of fresh water). A variety of wavelengths with high laser power are available with the Itasca laser modules.

In this 30-minutes webinar we will be discussing the Itasca-based LDV and PDPA Systems in detail as well as describe the easiest way to replace an Argon-Ion laser in your lab.

Watch the Webinar Recording

 

About the Speakers

Dan Troolin earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics. He is a Sr. Applications Engineer at TSI working with the Fluid Mechanics Division.

Wing Lai earned his Ph.D. in Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics from the University of Minnesota. He has worked at TSI for more than 30 years, involved in product development of fluid diagnostics systems.

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