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We provide consulting services to defence, biotech, semiconductor, health, energy, agricultural and environmental industries. Theory, flow visualization, detailed quantitative measurements using PIV/PTV and complete analysis. Contact Prof. Alex Liberzon for details.
We develop hardware and software for novel measurement techniques, focusing mainly on the small scale structure of turbulence. We design and develop miniature flow sensors based on fluid-structure interactions, three-dimensional particle tracking velocimetry with real-time image processing, and novel flexible structure viscometers.
And many thanks to Sabrina, Meny, Grisha and everyone who helped this project – it was a very difficult experiment and we succeeded.
The paper should change the future of experimental turbulence research, at least so we believe.
Yes, we can! Ron Shnapp
Noam Benelli has just released a new open source and open science project that could help scientists in movement and behavioral ecology, entomology, agriculture, and robotics to study navigation strategies in turbulent odor plumes. Thanks to another open source project, pompy, we could create a unified simulation framework and study our navigators and their performance under varying turbulent odor plume conditions.
The Github of the project: https://github.com/alexliberzonlab/mothpy
The open science framework site: https://osf.io/dytka/
Both the software that you can try in a Google Cloud sandbox Jupyter notebook, or fork and change and use, and a corresponding paper are out.
Dallas CA, Wu M, Chou VP, Liberzon A, Sullivan PE. GPU Accelerated Open Source Particle Image Velocimetry Software for High Performance Computing Systems. ASME. J. Fluids Eng. 2019;():. doi:10.1115/1.4043422.
Ron and Alex lecture is about real-time 3D-PTV at Les Houches School of Physics “New Turbulence Perspectives”