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  1. Review of the VKI doctoral Research 2011-2012

    Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2011-2012 - Free download

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    The third Symposium on the doctoral research took place at of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics took place during the period March 5 to 7, 2012. The doctoral students have presented the progress of their research work carried out in the 3 departments. Learn More
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    Atmospheric boundary layer flows in air pollution modelling article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    The purpose of the course is to provide the state-of-the-art information on atmospheric boundary layer flows for air pollution modelling

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  3. Review of the VKI Doctoral research 2012-2013

    Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2012-2013 - Free download

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    The fourth symposium on the doctoral research of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics took place during the period March 4 to 6, 2013.

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  4. Review of the VKI Doctoral research 2013-2014

    Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2013-2014 - Free download

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    The fifth symposium on the doctoral research of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics took place during the period March 10 to 12, 2014. The doctoral students have presented the progress of their research work carried out in the three departments: Aeronautics and Aerospace, Environmental and Applied Fluid Dynamics, Turbomachinery and Propulsion. The first year students have presented a poster on their research plans and some preliminary results, while the most advanced students have proposed a presentation followed by a session of questions.

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    Advanced high-temperature instrumentation for gas turbine applications article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    In aero-engines as well as industrial gas turbines, the drive to higher efficiency is steadily raising the pressures and temperatures in the engines, and this further increases the challenge to instrumentation. Accurate measurements in the hot components of gas turbines (including combustion diagnostics) are recognized as a major need for the assessment of engine component health and performance. High temperature instrumentation is required not only during product development for the validation of new designs or component life prediction methods, but also in service for health monitoring and optimum engine control.

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