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Fluid Mechanics Research Corner
Topics for beginners, intermediate and advanced fluid mechanics researchers
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During this 30-minute webinar recording, you will learn about how the new Bubble Generator can enhance your measurement approach:
This webinar will discuss the methods used in TSI's INSIGHT™ V3V-4G software to extract volumetric velocity information from a three-dimensionally illuminated region of a flow field. Additionally, algorithms designed to improve the positional accuracy and vector yield will be discussed. Real data acquired from TSI's V3V-Flex system will be used in a number of examples. Watch this webinar to also learn about some recent advances in 3D PTV.
This webinar will focus on turbulent boundary layer structure measurements, taken by a 4-camera volumetric PIV system, elucidating the development of turbulent hairpin vortices. Four high-pixel resolution cameras, each with 8 million pixels, were employed to capture high spatial resolution measurements. An Nd:YAG pulse laser with 380 mJ energy per pulse illuminated the measurement volume. The complete volumetric flow was captured with the system, providing instantaneous and time-averaged u, v and w velocity components. Flow quantities including iso-surfaces of vorticity described the development of the hairpin forces.
The study of fish locomotion can be greatly enhanced by understanding the 3D motion of the fluid in which they interact. This webinar focuses on research in this area using a V3V volumetric PIV system.
Learn about TSI's volumetric PIV system: Volumetric 3-Component Velocimetry (V3V).
A captivating webinar showcasing the use of volumetric particle image velocimetry for fish locomotion imaging.
This webinar discusses taking volumetric PIV data in airflows at high spatial resolution.
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