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Introducing a New Advanced Laser Doppler and Phase Doppler System

Sep 15 2021 9:00 Chicago / 16:00 Berlin / 19:30 New Delhi Online

In this webinar we are going to introduce you to a NEW state-of-the-art system for laser doppler (LDV) and phase doppler (PDPA) measurements.In this webinar we are going to introduce you to a NEW state-of-the-art system for laser doppler (LDV) and phase doppler (PDPA) measurements. The new system will help you to obtain excellent results in your challenging fluid flow studies in aerodynamics and hydrodynamics, as well as providing simultaneous velocity and size information from sprays.
As an evolution of the FSA signal processor series, the new FSA 4800 and 5800 are characterized by a lot of improved performance features such as higher doppler frequency range of up to 210 MHz..
It is powered by the new Flow and Particle Analysis software that acquires, analyses and presents your data as per your needs.

Join this for a 60-minutes webinar to learn more about:

  • What can you now measure that you couldn't before?
  • What does an increased data-rate do for my flow statistics?
  • What is considered a 'dense spray' for PDPA, and what are the important parameters for measuring them?

Watch the Webinar Recording

 

Meet the speakers

Wing Lai has a 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.

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.