Tomo PIV

Tomo PIV

Tomo PIV

In the last few years a new technique called Tomographic PIV (TOMO-PIV) has been developed. TOMO-PIV is a volumetric three-component velocimetry technique. Full velocity and velocity gradient tensor fields can be obtained from the TOMO-PIV method, which can provide comprehensive information on complicated three-dimensional flows like turbulent boundary, including the nature and distribution of coherent vortex structures.

 

Datasheet: HSI-Microvec_TOMOPIV

Description

Tailor-made solution for volumetric flow measurements

In the last few years a new technique called Tomographic PIV (TOMO-PIV) has been developed. TOMO-PIV is a volumetric three-component velocimetry technique. Full velocity and velocity radient tensor fields can be obtained from the TOMO-PIV method, which can provide comprehensive information on complicated three-dimensional flows like turbulent boundary, including the nature and distribution of coherent vortex structures.

“Tomography” is a word originally from medical science meaning imaging by sections or sectioning through the measurement volume. TOMOPIVreconstructstheimagesoftheparticlesinthesectionsofthemeasurementvolume, andthendoesthevolumecorrelationbetweentwoneighbortimestepstogetthevelocityfield. In a sense, TOMO-PIV is the most orthodox 3D PIV technique extended from the traditional 2D PIV