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Aerodynamics, Microfluidics, and Flow Control

The Meadow Aerodynamics Laboratory & Microfluidics Laboratory
School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Flow Measurements in a Subsonic Wind Tunnel
The Aerodynamics Laboratory is a world-wide leading center in the field of flow control and measurements of unsteady complex flows.
The lab is equipped with five (5) wind tunnels, covering a large spectrum of sizes and velocity ranges. Some of the tunnels excel in a low turbulence level, which is the best experimental choice for measuring wing performances at low velocities (small Reynolds numbers).
Additionally, the lab supplies the following services:
- Measurement of forces and moments on two and three dimensional models.
- Characterization of velocity fields through flow visualization in smoke, "surface oil" and its measurements using seven-holes probe and particle image velocimetry (PIV).
The lab is staffed with skillful highly-motivated and scientifically experienced team, having expertise in the operation of the experimental system, hardware and software.

Experiments are tailor-made and can be initiated shortly after order


Key Words:
Flow Control, Detachment, Shear Flow, Boundary Layers, Laminar Flow, Turbulent Flow, Unsteady Flow, Aerodynamics, Atmosphere, Wind Energy


Prof. Avraham (Avi) Seifert
Head, Meadow Aerodynamics laboratory
Associate Professor of Mech. Eng., Vice Dean for Research
Wolfson ME Bldg, Room. 217 
Phone: +972-3-640-5310 
Fax: +972-3-640-7334 
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