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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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FLIR Thermal Camera Enables Prediction of Complex Hydrodynamic Processes Apr 2, 2014

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FLIR Systems
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The Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London UK has elected to use a FLIR Systems X6540sc thermal imaging camera to conduct innovative heat transfer experiments on thin-film flows

Studying heat transfer in thin-film flows is the key to enable the accurate prediction of complex hydrodynamic processes, crucial for the design of many engineering systems that rely on these flows.

Dr Alexandros Charogiannis, a Postdoctoral Research Associate commented "Being able to conduct high resolution IR thermography measurements at high frame rates (100 Hz) using the FLIR X6540sc camera will allow us to gain an unprecedented insight into the flow dynamics of a great range of flow regimes of gravity-driven thin film flows, gas-/shear-driven horizontal film flows & Marangoni flows"



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