HANNOVER MESSE 2020,
20 - 24 April
• non-contact measurement of velocity and concentration distributions across a flow section by means of a laser beam
• high-resolution recording of laminar and turbulent mixing processes and chemical reactions
• designed for liquids
• applicable to gas phase measurement with high laser power
• time and space synchronized flow and concentration measurements - analysing the same fluid element through a single laser excitation
• analysis in high temporal resolution of both mixing and concentration fluctuations
• quality control in vessels as well as in flow lines
• non-invasive technology - fluid flow is not affected by the probe, and the flow channel remains sealed against leakage
• large numbers of measurement positions can be reached automatically through a traversing system moving the probe with fixed focal length to the positions of interest
• device can be adapted for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, as only optical access to flow is required - ATEX compliant
• precise measurement and control of critical processes e.g. mixing, streaking (refraction anomalies), chemical reactions, segregation and phase separation
• prototype for industrial measurements, which for the first time allows simultaneous determination of velocity and concentration in liquids (and also in gases)
• smart combination of two proven high resolution measuring methods (Laser Doppler velocimetry and Raman spectroscopy)
• compared to previous model, only one measuring head with powerful signal filter
• first public presentation - world novelty
• manufacturers of laser-optical measuring technology
• food, pharmaceutical, chemical, petroleum industry
• design and manufacturing in chemical engineering
• research institutions in business and science
Today, fiber composite materials play an important role in many industrial sectors – in the
automotive and shipbuilding industry, in the aerospace industry, or even in wind energy. These
materials are made of carbon or glass fibers; an epoxy resin is used as a binder to fix the fibers. They
have excellent material properties, but the production and curing of fiber composites is complicated
and expensive. Often, high temperatures and very large furnaces are needed for curing the
components, which may re...
No matter whether you want to simulate the crash test of a car or calculate the flow behavior of
gases – for almost every manufacturing company large, efficient computer simulations are
indispensable. Often, the finite element method is applied, an extremely powerful and versatile
calculation method. But complicated problems require perfectly programmed software. The
“NGSolve” program package is now available at TU Wien – a state-of-the-art tool in mathematical
research always applying the latest algor...
Our mobility must become environmentally friendly and CO2-neutral. There is no patent remedy and
this goal may only be achieved through a combination of many clever measures. At TU Wien,
research teams from a wide range of disciplines work on important innovations for a greener
mobility of the future – from improved electric motors and new materials to green fuels from
biogenic residues. At Hannover Messe, TU Wien presents its innovations to the trade public.
The planet motor: with integrated gear un...
• highly time- and energy-efficient curing technology
• environmentally friendly alternative to conventional resin systems
• one-pot-system: easy to work with, ...
• increased power density - up to 50% more power than conventional drives
• highest energy efficiency over the entire range of application
• extremely compact ...
• conversion of a broad range of biogenic and industrial residues to biofuels, electricity and heat
• flexible production of biofuels, hydrogen, and synthesis gas ...
• highly efficient, cost-effective, compact
• inexpensive materials
• easy to handle
• high cycle stability
• high energy density
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• highly efficient and accurate ...
• increase in process safety by omitting sensors and cabling liable to failure
• no maintenance needed
• suitable for high speed revolution
• reduction of costs ...
• sensorless control for drives of highest reliability
• lower costs in production and maintenance
• with reluctance motors: no need for rare-earth magnets, no ...