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Preface

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Science

Technology

  • Principle
  • Doppler shift detection
  • Ultrasonic optics
  • Transducers
  • Seeding
  • Resolutions
  • FAQ
  • More in this report

References

Examples (Gallery)

  • (ST) : Spatiotemporal
  • (FM) : Flow mapping
  • (LM) : Liquid metals
  • (OL) : Opaque liquids
    1. Taylor-Couette Flow (ST)
    2. Wake (ST)
    3. Jet (FM)
    4. Czhokralski Puller (ST)
    5. Mercury

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Past meeting


1. ISUD 1996 at PSI

The first International Symposium on Ultrasonic Doppler method for fluid mechanics and fluid engineering (1. ISUD) was held in September 1996 at PSI. The main objective of the symposium is to introduce the applications to various flow configurations and to promote this method for a wider variety of flow investigations. The emphasis of the meeting was made on the physical understanding of the data obtained by this method so that plenary talks were given on the physics to be made based on the experimental spatio-temporal data as well as on the mathematical methods to display and analyse such data. Approximately 60 participate gathered and discussed about their own applications and exchanged information and experience. Proceeding is available by Takeda and selected papers has been published in the Experiment in Fluids.

USDJ 97, 1998 Yokohama

In 1997 a seminar on Flow measurements using Ultrasonic Doppler method (USDJ 97) was held in Yokohama, Japan. Papers were presented which are oriented more to the industrial applications. The proceeding is available by Sawada.

2.ISUD : The second International Symposium on Ultrasonic Doppler method for fluid mechanics and fluid engineering.

20.-22. September 1999, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen Switzerland
Contact : Renate.Bercher@psi.ch

Course : Practice on UVP

23. September 1999, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen Switzerland Contact : takeda@psi.ch