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  • 2013/01/08

    January 2013 at the CSI

    Flugexperimente mit DBD-Plasma-Aktuatoren zur Verzögerung des Übergangs von laminarer zu turbulenter Strömung an Tragflächen.

    CSI Calendar Image for January

    Dr.-Ing. Sven Grundmann, Dipl.-Ing. Alexander Duchmann, M.Sc. Bernhard Simon go

  • 2012/12/18

    Making exhaust gas measuring techniques ready for series production

    Dr. rer. nat. Steven Wagner leads the UNICO Research Group High Temperature Process Diagnostics

    TU Darmstadt launches first UNICO Research Group “High Temperature Process Diagnostics"

    Future exhaust emission standards for vehicles will specify ever decreasing acceptable limits for pollutants. For some cases, industrially practicable measurement techniques for the detection of certain exhaust gas species reach the limits of their sensitivity. A new University Industry Collaborative Research Group (UNICO) at TU Darmstadt plans to further develop highly sensitive laser measurement techniques used at universities and research institutions into exhaust gas sensor technology ready for series production. go

  • 2012/12/10

    Inkjet Printing with Functional Fluids

    Inkjet Printing with Functional Fluids. Picture: XAAR

    Presentation by Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB and Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden

    With the advance of new types of inkjet printheads, new ‘functional’ ink formulations and increasing knowledge in the understanding and optimization of the drop formation process it was possible to develop inkjet printing into an important manufacturing technique in a number of industrial application areas. go

  • 2012/12/06

    In an Airbus to Moon, Mars and back

    Das TTD-Team hat den Experimentaufbau erfolgreich im A300 Zero-G aufgebaut. Bild: TTD

    With their boiling experiment a team from the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics takes part in the 100th parabolic flight campaign of DLR, ESA and CNES.

    To enhance the measurement of boiling phenomena a team from the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics of TU Darmstadt uses phases of microgravity produced during parabolic flights. A new aspect of the campaign are additional manoeuvers in flight that give the researchers an opportunity to conduct their experiment under gravitational conditions reigning on Moon and Mars. go

  • 2012/12/01

    CSI Papers of the Month November 2012

    The following CSI publications are published CSI Papers of the Month November 2012. Congratulations to the authors. go

  • 2012/12/01

    December at the CSI

    Particle Image Velocimetry at 10kHz repetition rate on a stagnation stabilized flame interacting with a solid surface.

    CSI Calendar Image for December

    Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Dreizler, Dipl.-Ing. Markus Mann, Dipl.-Ing. Philipp Trunk go

  • 2012/11/29

    Behind the scenes at the CSI labs

    Dr. Julien Petit (group EIP) conducting a live-experiment demonstrating the condensation process and explaining the functionality of Peltier Elements

    CSI Seminar held by Experimental Interface Physics (EIP) group

    More than 30 people joined the CSI Seminar on November 22nd, 2012 held by the group Experimental Interface Physics (EIP). Main part of the event was a lab tour with presentations and live experiments. go

  • 2012/11/28

    Landmark on the way to the CO2-free power station

    In ihrer Versuchsanlage zur Abscheidung von Kohlendioxid haben Wissenschaftler der TU Darmstadt das Carbonate-Looping-Verfahren erfolgreich erforscht. Bild: Thomas Ott

    New engineering method curbs carbon dioxide emissions cost and energy efficient

    The Carbonate Looping process to capture carbon dioxide studied at TU Darmstadt could curb CO2-emissions of power stations by more than 90 percent consuming considerably less energy and being cheaper than previous approaches. go

  • 2012/11/28

    Peter Stephan awarded with Nukiyama Memorial Award

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Stephan (left) with Prof. Masanori MONDE, president of Heat Transfer Society of Japan

    Heat Transfer Society of Japan’s award recognizes research in the field of Thermal Science and Engineering

    Nagasaki – On November 14th, 2012, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Stephan has been awarded with the first Nukiyama Memorial Award of the Heat Transfer Society of Japan (HTSJ). The prize with an honorarium of ¥ 500 000 was conferred to the head of the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics of TU Darmstadt during the “International Forum on Heat Transfer” in Nagasaki, Japan. go

  • 2012/11/19


    Konzeption und Konstruktion eines experimentellen Aufbaus zur Steildiffusoroptimierung

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