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Prof. Dr. Uwe Hampel
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u.hampel@hzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 2772
Fax: +49 351 260 12772, +49 351 260 2383

Development of multiphase measurement instrumentation

We develop own sensors and measurement techniques for process and flow diagnostics with highest spatial and temporal resolution. A focus of our work is on multiphase imaging techniques.

Foto: needle probes - reference picture ©Copyright: Eckhard Schleicher

Needle Probes

Such probes allow the investigation of multiphase flows with liquid and gaseous phase componen­ts with a high temporal resolution.
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Foto: Mesh sensors - reference picture ©Copyright: Eckhard Schleicher

Wire-mesh sensors

Wire-mesh sensors belong to flow imaging techniques and allow the investigation of multiphase flows with high spatial and temporal resolution. The wire-mesh sensor principle is based on a matrix-like arrangement of the measuring points.
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Ultrafast electron beam X-ray computed ­tomo­graphy (ROFEX)

The high-performance ROFEX (ROssendorf Fast Electron beam X-ray ­tomo­graphy)imaging technique has been developed at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf for the noninvasive investigation of dynamic processes.
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Foto: Centrifugal pumps - reference picture ©Copyright: Dr. André Bieberle

Gamma-ray computed ­tomo­graphy

Gamma ray ­tomo­graphy is well suited to determination of phase fraction distributions in heavy and dense industrial devices and machines. For that the HZDR developed and operate a high resolution and transportable gamma-ray computed ­tomo­graphy scanner.
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Foto: X-ray- and micro-focus X-ray-computed ­tomo­graphy - reference picture ©Copyright: Dr. Stephan Boden

X-ray- and micro-focus X-ray-computed ­tomo­graphy

In the frame of research in thermal fluid dynamics we use X-ray radiography and ­tomo­graphy techniques for the measurement of gas and liquid hold-up in chemical vessels and experimental flow loops.
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Optical Tomography

Optical ­tomo­graphy is currently being tested for imaging of gas-water flows at low gas fractions. With this technique it is possible to generate cross-sectional images of the temporal and time-integral gas distribution within a plane of a vessel or pipe.
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Autonomous Sensor Concepts

The acquisition of spatially distributed ­para­meters in large vessels is problematic, as sensor mounting or cable connections are not feasible or desired. The concept of instrumented flow followers helps to fetch spatially distributed process ­para­meters in chemically and mechanically harsh environments of agitated industrial vessels.
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Process microscope

The process microscope was developed for the analysis of gas bubbles and particles in process fluids. It works according to the optical shadowgraphy principle and consists of a camera unit and an illumination unit. Very short exposure times offer sharp images even at high flow rates.
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Contact

Prof. Dr. Uwe Hampel
Head
u.hampel@hzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 2772
Fax: +49 351 260 12772, +49 351 260 2383