Experimental research requires the use of increasingly accurate measurement methods to analyze small-scale physical phenomena and their influence on the system of interest.
Extensive experience in the field of steady and unsteady measurement techniques has been acquired through numerous turbomachinery and fluid dynamics research projects. The TFD has a lot of know-how in the use of commercial measurement systems, as well as in development and manufacturing of new systems. This enables the TFD to contribute to the research and development of efficient and resource-saving energy transformation technologies.
- Our skills are:
- Selection and use of suitable measurement techniques (with the support of CFD)
- Instrumentation of test objects and rigs
- Use of commercial measurement techniques
- Development of new measurement techniques
- Manufacturing of probes and rakes
- Programming and data capture
- Extensive analysis and documentation of the data
The following measurement techniques are available at TFD:
- Optical measurement techniques
- Steady and unsteady pressure measurement techniques
- Temperature measurement techniques
- Vibration measurement techniques
- Acoustic measurement techniques