1/19/2001

 

MAE 513 Advanced Diagnostics for Thermo-Fluids

Spring 2001 (Registration No.: 173917)

 

Time: Tuesday, Thursday, 11:00am-12:20pm

Location: 250 PARK

Instructors:

Prof. Hui Meng Jarvis 324

Phone: 645-2593 x 2354 email: huimeng@eng.buffalo.edu

 

Dr. David Song Jarvis 323

Phone: 645-2593 x 2321 email: xqsong@eng.buffalo.edu

 

Description:

This course introduces students to the basics of advanced optical flow diagnostics concepts, principles, and techniques. A range of available techniques will be reviewed, with the primary focus on the state-of-the-art Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV). The course will be delivered through lectures, topic research and reviews, and hands-on experiments

 

Reference texts:

Particle Image Velocimetry by M. Raffel, C. Willert, J. Kompenhans, Spinger, 1998

Fluid Mechanics Measurements 2nd ed. R. J. Goldstein, Taylor & Francis 1996

Experiments in Fluids (periodical)

(http://link.springer-ny.com/link/service/journals/00348/index.htm)

Grading:

Homework 25%

Projects: (1) Literature study & presentation 25%

(2) Experiment & report 25%

(3) Research project & report 25%

 

Tentative class schedule:

Lecture

Date

Topic

Lecture

Date

Topic

1

1/16

Introduction

2

1/18

Fluid mechanics measurement

3

1/23

Commercial Velocimeters, demo LDV

4

1/25

Laser basics

5

1/30

Optics basics (1)

6

2/1

Optics basics (2)

7

2/6

Optics basics (3)

8

2/8

PIV - Overview

9

2/13

PIV - Light scattering

10

2/15

PIV Seeding and particles

11

2/20(1)

Presentations: PIV application (1)

12

2/22

Presentations: PIV application (2)

13

2/27

Presentations: PIV application (3)

14

3/1

PIV Image acquisition

 

3/6

 (Spring Break)

 

3/8

 (Spring Break)

15

3/13

PIV - Processing (1)

16

3/15

PIV - Processing (2)

17

3/20

PIV - Processing (3)

18

3/22

Experiment (1)

19

3/27

Experiment (2)

20

3/29

Experiment (3)

21

4/3

PIV - Processing (4)

22

4/5

PIV - Processing (5)

23

4/10

Holography

24

4/12

Holographic Measurements

25

4/17(2)

Holographic Measurements

26

4/19

LDV and PDV

27

4/24

PLIF and other techniques

28

4/26(3)

Discussions

(1) Literature review to be completed

(2) Experiment report due

(3) Research report due