Physics of Fluids for Sustainability (Zeegers)

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Organisation profile

We study fluid dynamics in the field of sustainability, and mainly using experimental methods. Often the subjects are inspired by and related to industrial applications, but always focussing on the fundamentals of flow behind the process. Typical examples are high speed compressible vortex flow to be used for separation of condensates, and magneto-hydrodynamic flow applied to recycling of plastic waste. The flow can be laminar, or turbulent, depending on the geometry, and the fluid often contains particles or droplets. For diagnostics we use modern measurement techniques like hot wire anemometry (HWA), laser doppler velocimetry (LDV), particle image velocimetry (PIV) and particle tracking velocimetry (PTV). Via sophisticated data analysis, the hidden physics of fluids in the process is to be revealed.


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