This website uses cookies
Le site internet ne stocke plus que les cookies essentiels sur votre ordinateur. Si vous n'autorisez pas les cookies, il se peut que vous ne puissiez pas utiliser certaines fonctionnalités du site, par exemple: se connecter, acheter des produits, voir le contenu personnalisé, passer d'une langue à l'autre. Il est recommandé d'autoriser tous les cookies.
+33 (0)1 41 19 21 99 (FR) Tous les sites


Fluid Mechanics Research Corner

Topics for beginners, intermediate and advanced fluid mechanics researchers

Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)

*Merci de noter que cette page est disponible en anglais uniquement.*

Introduction to PIV and Advanced Processing Methods for PIV and Time Resolved PIV

Basic and advanced methods for using PIV systems and interpreting and processing data. View this webinar to become familiar with TSI's time-series analysis toolbox, included with the INSIGHT4G software package.

PIV Uncertainty Quantification Using Cross Correlation Peak Ratio

Learn more about uncertainty analysis in planar PIV measurements. Details of the Peak Ratio method of determining PIV uncertainty are discussed. Verify the accuracy of your data and learn how to identify and quantify the degree of uncertainty in measurements.

Dynamic Masking Technique for PIV Processing

Dynamic masking automates the process of creating masks in PIV images. Especially useful for objects that are not stationary from snapshot-to-snapshot. Also covers how to use TSI's Insight 4G software to mask objects in flows and generate more accurate vector fields.

Using PIV for Multiphase Flows

Multiphase flows can be difficult to analyze with optical methods. Learn some of the techniques used in this webinar.

Particle Image Velocimetry

Charts, animations and video from TSI PIV projects.


Join TSI's fluid mechanics mailing list

Please complete the form below to learn more about Fluid Mechanics and be the first to hear about the upcoming webinars! By completing the form below, you will be subscribing to receive an email prior to each upcoming webinar and any further emails containing important Fluid Mechanics announcements from TSI.