322.047 Applied Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

  • Thomas Loimer (Vortragender)
  • Reichl, C. (Vortragender)
  • Vlad Giurgiu (Vortragender)
  • Carlo Giuseppe Caridi (Vortragender)

Aktivität: Vortrag ohne Tagungsband / VorlesungVorlesung


After successful completion of the course, students are able to measure the viscosities of fluids, apply Laser-Doppler anemometry and hot wire anemometry to measure velocities, make flows visible either with the Schlieren-method or on model flows such as the Hele-Shaw cell and the shallow water channel, explain the observed phenomena, and measure the drag and lift of an airfoil profile. Units of 4 hours each on the following topics: (i) viscosimetry, (ii) classical optical measurement methods, free convection, compressible flow; shallow water channel, (iii) instabilities: Taylor-Couette-flow, (iv) icing of a wing profile in the subsonic wind tunnel (hot wire anemometry, 6-component force balance), (v) Particle Image Velocimetry or Laser Doppler Anemometry, (vi) diffusion and fingering in a Hele-Shaw cell.
Zeitraum1 Okt. 202331 Jan. 2024
Gehalten amTU Wien, Österreich

Research Field

  • Ehemaliges Research Field - Digitalisation and HVAC Technologies in Buildings


  • CFD