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Freitag, 31. März 2017; 11.30 Uhr
Vortragender: Dr. D. Yorita, AS-EXV, Thema: Application of Pressure Sensitive Paint Technique to Cryogenic Wind Tunnel Tests!, Zeit: Freitag, 31. März 2017, 11.30 Uhr, Ort: Adolf-Busemann-Raum, Haus 7 (EG)
7th PSP Course - Application of Pressure Sensitive Paint - Theory and Practice
February 27 - March 3, 2017, Göttingen
For investigations of pressure distributions on wind tunnel model surfaces with high spatial resolution new experimental techniques, such as Pressure Sensitive Paint (PSP) are required. Using this non- intrusive optical pressure measurement technique, spatial structures and/or rapid temporal or spatial changes of aerodynamic phenomena (transition from laminar to turbulent flow, coherent structures, pitching airfoils in transonic flows with shocks, rotors, test facilities with short run time and different flow temperature etc.) can be investigated. The PSP technique has also expanded from the measurement of steady state pressures to include both periodic and unsteady phenomena to study the instantaneous structure of pressure fields in various areas of fluid mechanics.
25th PIV Course - Application of Particle Image Velocimetry - Theory and Practice
March 20 - 24, 2017, Göttingen
The main interest of todays research in fluid mechanics is more and more directed to problems where unsteady and separated flows are predominant. For investigations of flow fields with pronounced spatial structures and/or rapid temporal or spatial changes (transition from laminar to turbulent flow, coherent structures, pitching airfoils in transonic flows with shocks, rotors, test facilities with short run time, etc.) new experimental techniques, such as Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) are required which allow to capture the flow velocity of large flow fields instantaneously.
11th International Workshop on Shock Tube Technology, IWSTT
June 29 - July 1, 2016, Göttingen
The International Workshop on Shock Tube Technology, IWSTT is a forum to present and discuss the latest research conducted in shock tubes, shock tunnels and expansion tubes, -tunnels in a stimulating but relaxed atmosphere. Within this framework, the latest facility developments, the advancement of measurement techniques and instrumentation, numerical modeling, and a wide variety of applications where of key interest. After a hiatus of ten years we would like to revive this forum on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the High Enthalpy Shock Tunnel Göttingen (HEG) in 2016.
18. STAB-Workshop, 07. - 08.11.2017, Göttingen, Vortragsanmeldungen bis 8. September 2017
18 March 2015
Die Deutsche Strömungsmechanische Arbeitsgemeinschaft, STAB wurde auf Initiative der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DGLR) - Lilienthal-Oberth, e.V. - 1979 von Strömungsforschern, Aerodynamikern und Luftfahrtingenieuren aus DLR, Hochschule und Industrie ins Leben gerufen. Sie entstand aus "dem gemeinschaftlichen Bestreben, die Strömungsforschung in Deutschland generell zu fördern und durch Konzentration auf ein wirtschaftlich und forschungspolitisch zukunftsträchtiges Teilgebiet zu vertiefen".
Microphone Arrays for Aeroacoustic Measurements
September 29 - October 01, 2014, Göttingen
Aim of the MA|AM course is to improve the knowledge for the practical application of microphone array measurements in wind tunnels, including the post-processing and the interpretation of the achieved results. Test engineers can participate to obtain the necessary knowledge to improve the quality of aeroacoustic measurements with microphone arrays and prevent costly errors. Contractors and end-users of array measurement results will learn how to assess the potential of aeroacoustic wind tunnel measurements and how to interpret the achieved results appropriately.
International Workshop on High-Order CFD Methods
Sponsored by DLR, AIAA and AFOSR
May 27 - 28, 2013 at NH Hotel Köln City
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