The LFD Laboratory leads the development of holographic particle image velocimetry (HPIV), a three-dimensional, next-generation flow diagnostics tool. The time- and 3D-space-resolved measurements allow us to observe highly complex turbulent flow dynamically in full field.
The LFD Laboratory environment nourishes tomorrow's scientists with new insights into the understanding of a great remaining fundamental challenge to scientists and engineers: turbulent flow phenomena. The LFD research team is continually searching beyond the limitations of existing knowledge, challenging the frontiers of turbulence research by combining state-of-the-art optical diagnostics techniques with physics, theory, experiments, and latest computation/visualization tools. By fostering creative independent thinking in a stimulating new research field, our students gain invaluable wisdom and experiences, which provide a distinct advantage for all their future endeavors.
- - Holographic Particle Image Velocimetry
- - Digital holographic particle diagnostics
- - Particle Image Velocimetry
- - Laser Doppler Anemometry
- - Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence system
For more information, please contact
- Hui Meng, Professor
- Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- State University of New York at Buffalo
- 324 Jarvis Hall
- Buffalo, NY 14260
- Tel: (716)645-2593 ext.2354
- Fax: (716)645-3875
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org