Hydrodynamics research encompasses a vast range of fluid mechanics applications, from marine hydrodynamics to smooth particle hydrodynamics; from water channel studies to mixing; from cavitation to biological flows. TSI has the expertise, experience, and full line of proven tools to take all areas of hydrodynamics research from concept to publication more quickly and easily than ever before!
More In-Depth Hydrodynamics Research with TSI
Marine hydrodynamics researchers, as well as investigators in other areas of study within this broad field, benefit from TSI's trusted solutions and knowledgeable team of experts which help enable them to:
- Break into 3D
: TSI's award-winning V3V™ system furthers hydrodynamics research with 3-dimensional velocity measurements throughout a volumetric domain. TSI's V3V™ system enables acquisition of the complete 3-component velocity matrix in a volume up to 140mm x 140mm x 100mm instantaneously! No need for laser sheet scanning, or relatively thin "thick light sheets".
- Enrich research
: Add state-of-the-art velocity measurements in a plane using particle image velocimetry (PIV), stereo PIV, and TSI-patented microPIV, all from TSI.
flow point-wise through the use of TSI's Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV) system.
accurate droplet and spherical particle size in multiphase flows - an important hydrodynamics measurement - using the powerful Phase Doppler Particle Analysis (PDPA) technique, which is recognized throughout the spray industry as 'gold standard' in droplet size measurement.
- Learn more
about high frequency response velocity measurements in hydrodynamics research through the use of hot-film anemometry (constant temperature anemometry) in liquid domains, where a small probe is introduced into your flow to give highly accurate velocity information. Try constant current anemometry for high frequency response temperature measurements.
Choose TSI for Hydrodynamics Research Measurements
We're eager to partner with you in getting the most accurate, beneficial, and useful information from your experimental hydrodynamics research!